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aggravation from 3:00 pm to 3:00 am

I am asthmatic , and my wheezing increases form 3;00 Pm and remains till 3:00 am.
  agrawal1 on 2011-09-19
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Dear Agrawal,

Can i have following details from you.

1) When you say asthma, please elaborate on that?
2) Please list the Homeopathy Medicines you had used/using as of now?
3) Are you using Allopathic treatment as of now? Let me know in detail.
4) Since how long are you suffering with this problem?
5) Are you married? What work you do?
6) Let me know your weight and height?
7) Any other health problem?
8) Any physical activity like walking, yoga, exercise etc.
9) Your breakfast-Lunch-Dinner? Elaborate on this please.
10) Do you have any family history of Asthma?
11) Did you moved in emergency like situation in the past due to asthma?
12) Which was your worse day with asthma attack, share it with us?
13) What makes you say your present condition is Asthmatic?
14) What is present state of your symptoms?
15) What is stopping you from breathing normally?
16) Do change of place relives your problem?
17) Are you in this phase for longer duration or continuous?
18) Is there any congestion in lungs? phlegm formation?
19) How do you feel if you walk for some time?
20) Do you have fever? How do you feel when you get up in the morning?

Nikkie last decade

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