As severe as my asthma is, which it has to be for me to be on Xolair, I have never spent a day in the hospital for asthma. The one ER visit I had, they did try to keep me, but after they had me under control, I begged and convinced them that I would be o.k. at home.
You definitely need a new doctor to treat your asthma. If you are spending time in the hospital for asthma, I would suggest that you talk to your doctor about Xolair injections. It does cost about $10,000.00 per year, but insurance companies are learning that it is cheaper to pay than several hospital stays for severe asthma patients.
I hope you like your new nebulizer and that you can find the right care. If you have a teaching hospital near you, that would be a good start.
Epilepsy, asthma, GERD, depression, hypothyroidism