Asthma is therefore a very important section of people's lives and therefore should be prioritised in areas such as hospitals.
There are many methods of treating asthma and some methods are safer than others and a treatment that people use is injections.Allergy shots are a type of immunotherapy treatment in which small doses of substances are injected under your skin in order to stabilise your breathing. your body then may become less responsive to the allergens, which means you may have fewer symptoms.
Keep in mind that children who are less than 2 years should not have allergy shots and children who are 3 and 4 find it hard receiving allergy shots. There are also complications during pregnancy as well because people who are already taking allergy shots may continue them but somehow it is not recommended for them to be started during pregnancy.
You may also not use these allergy shots when you have had a heart attack, unstable angina.
SO DO YOU JUST DIE?!?!................. LET'S GO ON!.......hahaha!!
Again keep in mind that doctors don't give any allergy shots to children younger than 5. It's more complicated because if you have a weakened immune system such as HIV then you have to discuss with doctor for other methods or a greater way of using these injections and finding out which one is good or safe for you.
In this case if you had an asthma attack and you were rushed to the hospital..........by the way this is your first asthma attack so the doctors don't know you have HIV for example. You would have to wait for the right treatment to be allocated for you and discussed by doctors only because they had chosen that method of treatment which again is affordable but although it does the exact same positive effects when it comes to treating other patients
THERE ARE OTHER METHODS OTHER THAN INJECTIONS!!
OTHER METHODS YOU SAY
OFCOURSE I'm realising an article soon that talks about the effects of the new method that I recommend over this method of using injections