Who Gets Eosinophilic Asthma?
Eosinophilic asthma (e-asthma) affects a small number of people who have trouble breathing, but it’s usually severe. What makes you more likely to get it?
Taking Control of Your Symptoms
Are you stuck in a cycle of asthma attacks? You may have eosinophilic asthma. Find out what it is and what you can do to break the cycle.
Everyday Tips for E-Asthma
Try these tips to help you stay on top of it and better manage your symptoms.
How Doctors Diagnose This Severe Subtype
Treatments for e-asthma are different than other types of asthma, so diagnosis is very important. There are four tests your doctor may use.