Talk to Your Doctor

Consider starting with 5 quick questions.

The more aware you are of how allergic asthma may be affecting you, the better. Your responses to the statements below may help you and your doctor learn more about your asthma triggers and symptoms. Remember: Only your doctor can tell you if you have allergic asthma. You can ask your doctor about getting tested to find out if your asthma is triggered by allergens.

Please make the following selections and download a PDF of completed answers that you can share with your doctor.

  • 1
    I use my rescue inhaler 2 or more times a week.
    • Yes
    • No
  • 2
    I would like to have fewer symptoms and fewer asthma attacks (ie, more asthma control).
    • Yes
    • No
  • 3
    My asthma symptoms seem to get worse around certain allergen triggers (eg, pet dander, dust, cockroaches).
    • Yes
    • No
  • 4
    I avoid my allergen triggers and certain places because I’m afraid of having an asthma attack.
    • Yes
    • No
  • 5
    I have talked to a specialist (allergist or pulmonologist) about my symptoms.
    • Yes
    • No

Your answers may help provide clues around whether your asthma may be controlled or uncontrolled, allergic or non‑allergic. Download and save them as a PDF to print and share with your doctor.

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