Major symptoms of allergic asthma are frequent cough, respiratory disorder and chest pain. If your child has allergic asthma symtoms, how should you prepare before going to pediatrician for diagnosis of allergic asthma? Do you know What you should pay attention? If you don’t know, you must read this article.
You can consult to Pediatric Allergist if your child has allergic asthma symptoms
If your child has allergic asthma symptoms, you can consult to pediatric allergist. Because Pediatric Allergists(Pediatric Immunologist and Allergist) get education on allergic asthma and allergic diseases and have pediatric allergist diploma and also they are Pediatric Diseases Specialist.
You had better to bring your medicines you’ve already used with you
You had better to bring your medicines you’ve already used with you while coming to Pediatric Allergist.
If possible, discontinue some medication 1 week before going to doctor
You must discontinue allergy syrup, cough syrup and common cold medications 1 week before going to pediatric allergist, if it is possible for your child. Because if allergy test is required, you mustn’t have been using these medications for 1 week. Breathing sprey and steam don’t affect the allergy test. Only antifebriles and antibiotics including paracetamol don’t affect allergy test. But if child have to take some medicine, firstly the child must have been eased. Required test can be performed after the child eased.
Bring your former results of analysis and roentgen with you
It is necessarily advised to bring your former results of analysis and roentgen with you. Because there may be a need for some analysis and roentgen depending on examination findings. We must prevent to repeat the same analysis and roentgen which have been made before.
Fasting or postprandial is not important
Some families bring their children when they are hungry, because allergy test may be required. But fasting or postprandial is not important for allergy test. For this reason to be full will be better for allergy test.
You can bath your child 1 day before
You can bath your children 1 day before the examination. Because sweat chloride test can be required. So for this sweat chloride test, it is important to bath 1 day before the examination.
· Bring your medicines you’ve already used with you.
· If possible, discontinue allergy syrup, cough syrup and common cold medications 1 week before the examination.
· Fasting or postprandial isn’t important for allergy test, bring your children full.
· Bring former results of analysis and roentgen with you.
· Bath your child 1 day before the examination for sweat chloride test.