Allergic asthma is a common disease in children. The main symptoms of allergic asthma are; frequent cough and shortness of breath. Families with asthma symptoms in their children are worried. In this article, we wrote the question of what to do if your child has allerasthma symptoms.
What are the symptoms of allergic asthma?
The main symptoms of allergic asthma are frequent cough, shortness of breath and chest pain. Sometimes, frequent cough alone is a symptom of allergic asthma. Especially if there is a cough that takes you from sleep at night, cough in the morning, cough 1-2 hours after sleeping, cough after every flu, if the flu is heavy and the flu cough lasts longer than 2 weeks, allergic asthma should come to mind.
What should I do if my child has asthma symptoms?
If your child has asthma symptoms, a diagnosis should be made first of all whether he or she has allergic asthma. Because symptoms such as frequent cough, shortness of breath, which are symptoms of asthma, may be symptoms of other diseases. Therefore, allergic asthma should be diagnosed first.
For the diagnosis of allergic asthma, you need to consult a Pediatric Allergy Specialist.
If you have symptoms of allergic asthma, you should first consult a pediatric allergist to find out if you have allergic asthma. Because pediatric allergy specialists are specialists who are pediatric allergists (now called pediatric immunology and allergy diseases specialist), who are specialists in allergic asthma and allergic diseases, and are also pediatric health and disease specialists. For this reason, it should be examined by pediatric allergists and investigated whether there is allergic asthma, the skin allergy test should be performed and the allergy should be determined against what it is allergic to and whether the allergy vaccine is required.
As a result;
If your child has asthma symptoms, it should be examined by pediatric allergy experts who have been trained in allergic asthma.