Our expert says:
Sand, it might be due to the oral cortisone, but you’re not supposed to take the oral cortisone continuously. This basically means that your asthma isn’t under control and that you will have to see your doctor about it.
Cortisone is a treatment for skin disorders like eczema and allergies, but it might increase the chances of developing fungal and bacterial infections. This is true for all cortisones except inhaled ones like Symbicord®. Maybe the next step should be to see a pulmonologist (lung specialist). Good luck.
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