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Medicine Quiz (page 2)

Question #2

Over the last two weeks, how often has your child wheezed, coughed during the day or night, or while running and playing?
  • Not at All
  • Some Days
  • Almost Every Day

You chose 1 out of 14. If your child has not been coughing and wheezing during the day, during play, or at night, that’s a good sign that your child is doing well. If your child coughs and wheezes during the day, during play, or at night, you might consider making some changes.

You chose 2 out of 14. If your child has not been coughing and wheezing during the day, during play, or at night, that’s a good sign that your child is doing well. If your child coughs and wheezes during the day, during play, or at night, you might consider making some changes.

You chose 3 out of 14. If your child has not been coughing and wheezing during the day, during play, or at night, that’s a good sign that your child is doing well. If your child coughs and wheezes during the day, during play, or at night, you might consider making some changes.

You chose 4 out of 14. If your child has not been coughing and wheezing during the day, during play, or at night, that’s a good sign that your child is doing well. If your child coughs and wheezes during the day, during play, or at night, you might consider making some changes.

You chose 5 out of 14. Coughing and wheezing at night and during play are primary warning signs of poorly controlled asthma. This could be because your child is around more triggers or may need a change in medicines or Asthma Action Plan. Continue to monitor your child’s symptoms and medicine use. If symptoms continue or if your child is using more quick-relief medicine, see your health care provider.

You chose 6 out of 14. Coughing and wheezing at night and during play are primary warning signs of poorly controlled asthma. This could be because your child is around more triggers or may need a change in medicines or Asthma Action Plan. Continue to monitor your child’s symptoms and medicine use. If symptoms continue or if your child is using more quick-relief medicine, see your health care provider.

You chose 7 out of 14. Coughing and wheezing at night and during play are primary warning signs of poorly controlled asthma. This could be because your child is around more triggers or may need a change in medicines or Asthma Action Plan. Continue to monitor your child’s symptoms and medicine use. If symptoms continue or if your child is using more quick-relief medicine, see your health care provider.

You chose 8 out of 14. Coughing and wheezing at night and during play are primary warning signs of poorly controlled asthma. This could be because your child is around more triggers or may need a change in medicines or Asthma Action Plan. Continue to monitor your child’s symptoms and medicine use. If symptoms continue or if your child is using more quick-relief medicine, see your health care provider.

You chose 9 out of 14. Coughing and wheezing at night and during play are primary warning signs of poorly controlled asthma. This could be because your child is around more triggers or may need a change in medicines or Asthma Action Plan. Continue to monitor your child’s symptoms and medicine use. If symptoms continue or if your child is using more quick-relief medicine, see your health care provider.

You chose 10 out of 14. Coughing and wheezing at night and during play are primary warning signs of poorly controlled asthma If this is happening almost every day, it’s time to talk to your health care provider. A change in medicine or in your child’s Asthma Action Plan can help your child take control or prevent a serious asthma episode.

You chose 11 out of 14. Coughing and wheezing at night and during play are primary warning signs of poorly controlled asthma If this is happening almost every day, it’s time to talk to your health care provider. A change in medicine or in your child’s Asthma Action Plan can help your child take control or prevent a serious asthma episode.

You chose 12 out of 14. Coughing and wheezing at night and during play are primary warning signs of poorly controlled asthma If this is happening almost every day, it’s time to talk to your health care provider. A change in medicine or in your child’s Asthma Action Plan can help your child take control or prevent a serious asthma episode.

You chose 13 out of 14. Coughing and wheezing at night and during play are primary warning signs of poorly controlled asthma If this is happening almost every day, it’s time to talk to your health care provider. A change in medicine or in your child’s Asthma Action Plan can help your child take control or prevent a serious asthma episode.

You chose 14 out of 14. Coughing and wheezing at night and during play are primary warning signs of poorly controlled asthma If this is happening almost every day, it’s time to talk to your health care provider. A change in medicine or in your child’s Asthma Action Plan can help your child take control or prevent a serious asthma episode.

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