hello sara..i've just found this site. My son in nearly 4 and officailly got diagnosed with asthma when he turned 3. He has been treated fr asthma since he was 9 months old though. He got bronclitis at age 5 months and was in hospital for nearly 2 weeks on oxygen tank. feedin tube job lot. 3 months later he was back in again with RSV for 2 days. I was at the docs every week. Finally he got refeered to a pediritcan who he sees every 3 months. Since then he has been in and out of hospital. He has had his adenoids and tonsils removed due to sleep apneoa. He also suffers with hayfever in the summer which landed him in hospital last year after a visit to the park. He is now on monkeluast tablets which have helped..but h still gets his bad chest inf etc. Sara wen we need go hossi signs are strugglin bretahe watch there stomach and neck muscles signs that they need to go is when the muscles are retracting. Lou xView Thread
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