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i recently had my doctor retired on me i was giving an albuteral inhaler for coughing it was persitant cough for two months after the second month i start to wheeze the doctors never give me refils the cough drops and syrups do not work it is like a chronic cough. my family has a history of asthma, even the emergency room doctors wont give me the inhalers, its embarassin and seems like the inhaler is the only thing that helps what can i do not smoke

From what you are describing it appears as if you have asthma. Since your physician retired, you should seek to find a new primary care physician to manage your asthma instead of going to the emergency room.

If you are using your inhaler more than two times per week or are experiencing frequent nighttime symptoms, then you may need a maintenance medication in addition to your albuterol. Therefore, it is imperative that you find a physician who can manage your asthma.

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