Our expert says:
I think you should see a pulmonologist and have a lung function test. Your asthma needs to be prevented as well as treated. One can use an inhaled cortisone every 12 hours to stabilize and prevent asthma, with or without a long acting bronchodilator. Then one can use a short acting bronchodilator as needed.
It may be worth your while to ask the doctor to do an allergic or skin allergy test on you - this will identify possible triggers and may help you to pinpoint possible problem areas.
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