My son has had childhood asthma for quite a while. A doctor finally caught the wheezing about 3-4 years ago and ruled it as seasonal asthama. We didn't know what was happening to him, because for so long he would just vomit incessantly. Anyone with similar experiences? He's used Albuterol in a nebulizer (which works best, but not if we don't catch the symptoms soon enough), Albuterol & Flovent in inhalers (even with spacer he just doesn't seem to get enough in), and Pulmicort when it's bad. We really want to move to treat him more aggressively. Anyone tried allergy testing? Singulair? Advair? Xopenex?
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