My Pharmacy is here to provide prescription asthma medicine straight to your doorstep. Before you can purchase your asthma free prescriptions, we will need evidence of a prior diagnosis of asthma by your GP and that you have been previously supplied the requested inhaler.

We know how difficult asthma can be to manage, so please do not request asthma medication without prescription from your GP. Please remember that our asthma free prescriptions UK are not meaning to replace a regular asthma review with your GP.

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    • About Asthma

      Asthma is a chronic respiratory condition characterized by inflammation and narrowing of the airways, leading to difficulty breathing. It affects people of all ages and can range from mild to severe. Managing asthma effectively involves understanding the condition, recognizing symptoms, obtaining an accurate diagnosis, adhering to appropriate asthma treatment plans, and implementing prevention strategies.

    • Symptoms

      Asthma symptoms can vary from person to person, but common signs include:

      • Shortness of breath
      • Wheezing or whistling sound when breathing
      • Chest tightness or pain
      • Chronic coughing, especially at night or early morning
      • Difficulty sleeping due to breathing problems

      If you experience any of these symptoms, it’s essential to consult a healthcare provider for proper evaluation and management.

    • Diagnosis

      Diagnosing asthma typically involves a combination of the following:

      • Medical history: Your doctor will ask about your symptoms, family history of asthma or allergies, and any potential triggers.
      • Physical examination: A thorough examination, including listening to your lungs with a stethoscope.
      • Pulmonary function tests (PFTs): These tests measure how well your lungs work, including spirometry, which assesses the amount and speed of air you can exhale.
      • Allergy testing: Identifying specific allergens that may trigger your asthma symptoms.
    • Treatments

      Asthma treatment aims to control symptoms, prevent asthma attacks, and improve quality of life. Treatment options include:

      • Asthma medications: These include quick-relief medications for immediate symptom relief and long-term control medications to manage chronic symptoms.
      • Inhalers: The most common form of delivering asthma medications, inhalers come in various types, such as metered-dose inhalers (MDIs) and dry powder inhalers (DPIs).
      • Nebulizers: Devices that turn liquid medication into a mist, making it easier to inhale.
      • Biologic therapies: Advanced treatments for severe asthma that target specific components of the immune system.
    • Prevention Strategies

      Preventing asthma attacks and managing symptoms involves a combination of lifestyle changes and medication adherence. Effective strategies include:

      • Identifying and avoiding triggers: Common triggers include allergens (pollen, dust mites, pet dander), smoke, pollution, cold air, and respiratory infections.
      • Maintaining a healthy lifestyle: Regular exercise, a balanced diet, and weight management can improve overall respiratory health.
      • Following an asthma action plan: A personalized plan provided by your healthcare provider that outlines how to manage your asthma daily and during an attack.
      • Regular check-ups: Routine visits to your healthcare provider to monitor your condition and adjust your treatment plan as needed.