The bad news is: Asthma can’t be cured.
The good news is: People can live with Asthma by using medications strategically.
All too often, Asthma isn’t properly diagnosed. Unfortunately, there are “masqueraders” of this condition like gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD), edema (associated with congestive heart failure, pulmonary hypertension, or heart disease), undetected sinusitis and its associated issues, and even COPD. So, you need to make certain that you have scheduled an appointment with an allergist who should be able to do a proper diagnosis and get your asthma under control through an effective action plan.