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If you were recently diagnosed with asthma, ask your doctor these questions at your next visit.
1. What is asthma?
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2. What are the causes of asthma?
3. Are there things I can change in my life to reduce my risk of an asthma attack?
4. What kinds of tests will I need to monitor my asthma?
5. How do I use an asthma inhaler?
6. Are there some alternative therapies I can use along with my asthma medications?
7. Is it safe to exercise with asthma?
8. Why do I need an asthma action plan?
9. Does stress trigger asthma?
10. Are you aware of any asthma support groups?
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American Academy of Allergy Asthma & Immunology: "What is an Allergy/Asthma Specialist?" American Academy of Family Physicians: "Asthma: Questions to Ask When It Doesn’t Get Better?" Merck Source: "Questions to Ask Your Doctor."
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