In view of the recent TORCH study res...

In view of the recent TORCH study results and the seeming lack ...

There are 4 comments on the NLH Question Answering Service story from Jun 7, 2006, titled In view of the recent TORCH study results and the seeming lack .... In it, NLH Question Answering Service reports that:

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Anne

AOL

#1 Jul 5, 2006
I have mild asthma which is usuall triggered by nasal drip. I am now taking Fluticasone along with Advair every day. Is this too much steroid. Of course you can't answer that question. Just tell me how much steroid a 75 year old woman can take and how much of that is in Fluticasone. Thank you very much
joyce

Marshall, NC

#2 Mar 17, 2008
i am so scared every day my son is 10 and on so many different meds for asthma allegra twice a day singular once a day nasonex twice a day albuterol as needed and now flovent his asthma has never been a issue until feb inhaler maybe 7 times a year until all at once in feb he was put in the peds unit at the hospital not able to breath please any advice or concerns for all the meds thank you
Mary

Maxton, NC

#3 May 27, 2008
Does your son have allergies? What exactly is his medical background. I've done alot of research on allergies and asthma. Maybe I could help.
Mary

Maxton, NC

#4 May 27, 2008
joyce wrote:
i am so scared every day my son is 10 and on so many different meds for asthma allegra twice a day singular once a day nasonex twice a day albuterol as needed and now flovent his asthma has never been a issue until feb inhaler maybe 7 times a year until all at once in feb he was put in the peds unit at the hospital not able to breath please any advice or concerns for all the meds thank you
My daughter has severe allergies and I've done alot of research. What exactly is his medical background? Let me know.

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