Sometimes, no matter how careful you are about taking your asthma medicines and avoiding your triggers, you may find that you have an asthma attack often associated with a viral infections or flu.
Remember children under 2 years are difficult to treat as airways are very small and medications are difficult to give effectively.
Signs of an asthma attack –
- Coughing incessantly, quick reliever/emergency inhaler not helpful.
- Short of breath.
- Tight Chest.
Severe attack –
- Lips and finger tips turning blue.
- Can’t speak in sentences.
GO TO EMERGENCY NOW!