11 edition of What Your Doctor May Not tell You About Children"s Allergies and Asthma found in the catalog.
November 1, 2003 by Grand Central Publishing .
Written in English
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Teaching kids about allergies, and what it means if they or their friend have an allergy, is an important step in keeping little ones aware and safe. Peanut-free lunchroom tables and class birthday parties without treats is more the norm than the exception these days.
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A primary care doctor may be best What Your Doctor May Not tell You About Childrens Allergies and Asthma book the common cold, but if you've got asthma, a specialist may be in order. Find out when you may need an asthma specialist. What your doctor may not tell you about children's allergies and asthma.
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Specially trained doctors called allergists can be very helpful in suggesting the best treatments for people with allergies or asthma. In this coloring book you will find superheroes like Dr.
Al Lergist and his partners, Annie. Your doctor may also perform allergy tests. These can be skin tests, blood tests or both. Although not used to diagnose asthma, allergy tests can help identify an allergic condition, such as hay fever, that may be causing your symptoms or worsening existing asthma.
Sometimes, diagnosing the cause of breathing problems is a challenge. You will learn why “dieting” is not the answer to your health or weight loss problems and may actually be doing you more harm.
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I hate to be the one that might be perceived as demanding, pushing or for asking too. If you have one or more red flag, you definitely need some help to make sure you are managing your asthma properly and would most likely benefit from seeing a specialist.
Yellow flags are also indicators of uncontrolled asthma, but taken individually, they may not be as serious as a red flag. Asthma in Children Anyone with both allergies and asthma can tell you that these conditions are closely related.
Scientists are still unraveling the exact mechanisms of this phenomenon, here's what we know. It is also true that some people with allergic asthma may not have any of the associated risk factors. Risk factors that have been. My daughter takes Singulair, and does great with it. But there are oral meds out there that I've given her for coughs/colds that have caused her to react the same way.
Tell your pediatrician how he is reacting, and ask him/her to give you something else. If you need to, go see a pediatric allergy doctor to get the right med for your son.
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The Asthma Sourcebook: Everything You Need to Know by Francis V. Adams, MD Asthma (Just the Facts) All About Asthma and How to Live With It Ask the Doctor: Asthma The Asthma Self-Care Book:. This will help clear allergens out of your child's nose.
Use distilled water if possible. You can also boil tap water and let it cool before your child uses it. Do not let your child use tap water that has not been boiled. Keep your child away from cigarette smoke. Allergy symptoms may decrease if your child is not around smoke.
If you can see any signs of distress, go to the doctor. These days, there are some great asthma meds out there. So no one need suffer.
If your child has a sudden, severe attack, simultaneously. Perplexed by the lack of appropriate advice from pediatric sources, her extensive literature research led to her first book, Baby Matters, What Your Doctor May Not Tell You About Caring for Your Baby.
After an IPPY Award-winning updated 2nd edition, the 3rd updated edition was released as The Baby Bond/5(22). Allergy and Asthma Specialist.
An allergy and asthma specialist is a doctor that specializes in just that: allergies and asthma. Generally if you have allergic asthma, this is the ideal doctor for you.
They are board-certified in allergy and asthma and have had years of extra training to treat both issues. Asthma is not transmitted like an infection (eg.
the flu, colds, etc.). Rather it tends to be a condtion a person is born with, or born with the tendancy to get asthma later on in life.
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Talk to you doctor about what you want to do for asthma relief. Some complementary therapies, while unproven, may make you feel better and won't harm you.
But others may not be safe. This is a must read for anyone interested in the care of the child in the autism spectrum."—Stephanie F. Cave, MD, author of What Your Doctor May Not Tell You About Children’s Vaccinations "Dr.
Bob has done it again. The Autism Book is an important resource for both new and experienced parents of children with autism. He has co-authored two books on children's allergies; "Asthma Allergies Children - A parent's guide" and "What your Doctor May Not Tell You about Children's Allergies and Asthma: Simple steps to.
If you suspect your child has seasonal allergies, Dr. Mahr recommends keeping a diary of symptoms and when they occur. “When you see your doctor, they’ll want to know if there is a pattern. He has co-authored two books on children's allergies; "Asthma Allergies Children - A parent's guide" and "What your Doctor May Not Tell You about Children's Allergies and Asthma: Simple steps to help stop attacks and improve your child's health".
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Don’t stop taking your medicine unless your doctor tells you to. Medication compliance is important. Always the asthma nerd, I pulled out my asthma medication poster from Allergy and Asthma Network.
I showed her the rainbow of choices for asthma inhalers. I told her, “If you don’t like your inhaler, tell your doctor!”. This is an archive of past discussions. Do not edit the contents of this page. If you wish to start a new discussion or revive an old one, please do so on the current talk page.
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The doctor will have your child breathe into a device called a peak flow meter. This device can tell you and your child's doctor how well the child can blow air out of his lungs. If asthma is narrowing and blocking your child's airways, his peak flow values will be low. To treat your child with asthma, you will need to work with your child's.
There's a good reason to go to a pediatric allergist for your child's allergies, not just a regular adult allergist. Apart from the differences in the way the allergic diseases present themselves at different ages, and the way they should be treated, there's the matter of what we might call "crib-side manner.".
• Take your controller medicine every day as directed by your doctor, even when you feel fine. • See the specific asthma medicine sheets.
It will tell you how and when to take your asthma medicine, possible side effects, and important things to remember. Ask your nurse or respiratory therapist if you did not receive these.
Your doctor may tell you to remove your lenses before you use the drops and wait at least 10 minutes before you put them back in. Or you may not .