When my son started having consistent problems with his asthma when he stared school we took him to an allergist. That helped in determining his triggers, and we put him on a preventative that did the trick. My doctor explained that once they get in a bad way, anything will push them over the edge again. So it may not be that her asthma is worse, it's just not having time to settle down in between irritants.
I loved our nebulizer. To me it was far more effective in getting the desired results than anything else. I also see a difference even now using a spacer on the rare occasions when my son has to use an inhaler.
The specialist will put you on the right track.
husband Jeff 45 years old, diagnosed 8/25/06
PSA 2.1, 2 of 12 samples at 3% & 4%, involving 1 side of prostate
Gleason 3+3=6 in both samples
laparoscopic radical prost. 10/17/06
cancer in both sides of prostate, positive in one area of margin
first PSA in 1/2007