Most children’s asthma symptoms can be controlled, as long as a treatment plan has been developed. But for your child’s asthma to reach this state of control, you’ll have to become very aware of their triggers and work in unison with their doctor to determine the best treatment for your child.
How can You Tell if Your Child Has Asthma
Potential symptoms of asthma vary greatly. Some common asthma symptoms that can occur in childhood asthma are :
Tests to verify that a child has asthma may not be accurate until age five.
Develop an Asthma Treatment Plan
Once you and your pediatrician develop a plan that works, be sure to have a written copy of the program. Some of the parts of an asthma action plan include: