Should you need urgent health advice please contact your GP or call NHS 111. In an emergency please visit A&E or call 999.
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Operation Ouch!- Asthma Overhanging boy

If you have asthma, it's really important that you carry your medication around with you and stick to your asthma plan.

Check out this video from our friends at Operation Ouch! with more on asthma and how to look after yourself if you suffer from it.

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Did You Know?
Brain borg Asthma shouldn't stop you exercising or playing, and exercising regularly can improve your asthma.

Find out even more about asthma here.

Thank you to Leicester, Leicestershire and Rutland CCGs, University Hospitals of Leicester NHS Trust, University Hospitals of Bristol NHS Foundation Trust, Dr. Mark Lyttle and Dr. Damian Roland for their input and resource but especially to the Operation Ouch team for their enthusiasm for this initiative.

Riddle me this!
How often should you have an asthma review?
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You should have a yearly asthma review with your GP or asthma nurse.
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Page last reviewed: 03-11-2021

Next review due: 03-11-2024