I'm not a doctor, but have some experience with my own Asthma and my DH has Asthma and also Eosinophilic Gastroenteritis.
Are they still giving her albuterol? Why wouldn't they try a different bronco-dialator instead?
Have they tried oral or IV antihistamines?
Have they considered a fungal or parasitic lung infection as the cause of the chronic eosinophilic inflammation? Both fungus and parasites are known to cause eosinophilic inflammation...
Other things that may help:
Glutathione nebulized can sometimes help with airway reactivity.
Quercetin + Vitamin C is known as a good combination to combat allergies.
Medications that can stop eosinophilic inflamation:
Ketotifen (antihistamine/mast cell stabilizer)
Zyrtec (antihistamine with some kind of anti-eosinophilic properties)
Macrolide antibiotics apparently may have anti-eosinophilic properties.
I hope this helps...take care,
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Meds: Flagyl, Domperidone, Claritin, Singulair, Andrographis & other herbs, homeopathy, supplements, etc.