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  • If you think you may have an allergy, see your doctor for allergy testing.
  • You could also keep a symptom diary to record the times and situations when your asthma is worse and to help identify triggers.
  • Identifying and reducing exposure to avoidable asthma triggers may improve your asthma control.
  • Make sure you have an up-to-date asthma action plan, and continue to use your asthma medication as directed.

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Reviewed on: 10-05-2021