I know it must be frustrating dealing with a child who won't take his medication responsibly for such a serious disease. I know you have to worry about him a lot. It's also hard for me to answer your questions even though I am an asthma patient. I am not familiar with all the medications you mentioned. He needs to take his controller medications every day, not just when he starts to have trouble breathing. He needs to keep his rescue medications with him at all times, such as an inhaler. Does he use a nebulizer or carry an epi pen?
I think I would march him back to the doctor's office and explain what's going on and let his physican then explain to him what could possibly happen to him. Kids just don't think it could happen to them. Maybe he doesn't really understand the seriousness of it. Believe me, I do. I don't know if I have helped or not.
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Epilepsy, asthma, GERD, depression, hypothyroidism, tinnitus