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Asthma Self-Care at Home
Current treatment regimens are designed to minimize discomfort, inconvenience, and the extent to which you have to limit your activities. If you follow your treatment plan closely, you should be able to avoid or reduce your visits to your health-care provider or the emergency department.
If you think your medication is not working, let your health-care provider know right away.
Medically Reviewed by a Doctor on 3/13/2015
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