Good question with an excellent description of your problem.Both of your children have asthma, there is no doubt about the diagnosis. Their symptoms appear to be mainly seasonal which is very unusual in South Africa as most children with asthma are affected throughout the year. In spite of having seasonal symptoms both children need to be on regular asthma medicines to bring this illness under control and to give them a good quality of life. You cannot afford to have a situation where your children will be having asthma when they are writing exams at school for example. Both children must be seen by a paediatrician with a experience in paediatric allergy. Do not rely on having a nebuliser to treat their asthma symptoms, this is not the way to manage this illness.
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