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376 Best Doctors for Asthma in Lahore

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Dr. Abdul Rauf

Internal Medicine Specialist, Consultant Physician, Diabetologist, Gastroenterologist

MBBS, MD (Internal Medicine)

Under 15 Min Wait Time
12 Years Experience
100% (4) Satisfied Satisfied

Dr. Abdul Rauf

Internal Medicine Specialist, Consultant Physician, Diabetologist, Gastroenterologist

MBBS, MD (Internal Medicine)

Under 15 Min Wait Time
12 Years Experience
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Assist. Prof. Dr. Bilal Aziz

Internal Medicine Specialist, Consultant Physician, Diabetologist, Gastroenterologist

F.C.P.S. (Medicine), M.D (Gastroentology)

15 - 30 Min Wait Time
20 Years Experience
100% (311) Satisfied Satisfied

Assist. Prof. Dr. Bilal Aziz

Internal Medicine Specialist, Consultant Physician, Diabetologist, Gastroenterologist

F.C.P.S. (Medicine), M.D (Gastroentology)

15 - 30 Min Wait Time
20 Years Experience
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Assist. Prof. Dr. Sumayya Shabbir

Internal Medicine Specialist, Endocrinologist

M.B.B.S, F.C.P.S.(Medicine), M.R.C.P (Glasgow)

Under 15 Min Wait Time
13 Years Experience
96% (504) Satisfied Satisfied

Assist. Prof. Dr. Sumayya Shabbir

Internal Medicine Specialist, Endocrinologist

M.B.B.S, F.C.P.S.(Medicine), M.R.C.P (Glasgow)

Under 15 Min Wait Time
13 Years Experience

Dr. Asim Ahmed

Pulmonologist, Critical Care Physician

MRCP (Medicine), Specialty Certificate - Respiratory Medicine, Specialty Certificate - Acute Medicine, CCT Respiratory Medicine, CCT General (Internal Medicine), Fellow in Sleep Disorders and Domiciliary Ventilation, FRCP UK, ESRS Somnologist -European Bo

Under 15 Min Wait Time
17 Years Experience
99% (121) Satisfied Satisfied

Dr. Asim Ahmed

Pulmonologist, Critical Care Physician

MRCP (Medicine), Specialty Certificate - Respiratory Medicine, Specialty Certificate - Acute Medicine, CCT Respiratory Medicine, CCT General (Internal Medicine), Fellow in Sleep Disorders and Domiciliary Ventilation, FRCP UK, ESRS Somnologist -European Bo

Under 15 Min Wait Time
17 Years Experience
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Dr. Ambreen Haider

Lifestyle Medicine Physician, Internal Medicine Specialist, Consultant Physician

MBBS, Fellowship in Integrative Medicine, Diplomate International Board of Lifestyle Medicine

20 Years Experience
100% (1) Satisfied Satisfied

Dr. Ambreen Haider

Lifestyle Medicine Physician, Internal Medicine Specialist, Consultant Physician

MBBS, Fellowship in Integrative Medicine, Diplomate International Board of Lifestyle Medicine

20 Years Experience
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Dr. Muhammad Umer Sheikh

Gastroenterologist, Internal Medicine Specialist, Hypertension Specialist, Consultant Physician, Diabetologist, Hepatologist

MBBS, FCPS (Gastroenterology), SCE Gastroenterology (UK), ESB Gastroenterology (EU)

15 - 30 Min Wait Time
11 Years Experience
100% (2136) Satisfied Satisfied

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Gastroenterologist, Internal Medicine Specialist, Hypertension Specialist, Consultant Physician, Diabetologist, Hepatologist

MBBS, FCPS (Gastroenterology), SCE Gastroenterology (UK), ESB Gastroenterology (EU)

15 - 30 Min Wait Time
11 Years Experience
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What is Asthma?

Asthma is a long-term condition that affects the lungs. The symptoms of asthma usually show up in childhood however it can develop in people of all ages at any particular stage of life. If any of your family members has an asthma allergy or breathing problem, you are more likely to develop asthma. Atopy, or the genetic tendency to develop allergic diseases, can play a vital role in the development of allergic asthma.

Asthma can lead to severe breathing problems and other complications. In some cases, it may lead to respiratory failure and prove to be fatal. Large tubes called bronchi carry air in and out of your lungs. In asthma, these bronchial tubes can become inflamed and swollen causing chest tightness, coughing, and wheezing.

Without proper treatment, living with asthma can be challenging. Every patient with asthma has various triggers. Some common triggers include pet dander, pollens, tobacco smoke, stress, exercise, respiratory infections, and hormones.

Types

The 4 types of asthma based on their severity are:

  • Moderate persistent
  • Mild persistent
  • Intermittent
  • Severe persistent

Diagnosis

The following may be helpful in the diagnosis of asthma:

  • Health history
  • Physical exam
  • Breathing test

Causes

It is not certain why some people get asthma and others do not, but it comes down to a combination of environmental and inherited factors. Asthma triggers vary from person to person and can include:

  • Cold air
  • Respiratory infections
  • Medications such as Aspirin
  • Stress
  • Physical activity
  • Allergens like dust mites, pollen, tobacco, animal fur, etc.

When asthma attacks the respiratory system, your airways react to substances in the world around you. People with asthma have swollen, sensitive airways that become hard and narrow with sticky mucus in response to certain triggers.

Symptoms

The common symptoms of asthma are:

  • Coughing
  • Wheezing
  • Chest tightness
  • Shortness of breath

One of the most common symptoms of asthma is shortness of breath. The patient may feel like someone is sitting on their chest. Asthma can sometimes be mistaken for cold or bronchitis.

Treatment

Regular exercise can help to reduce the risk of asthma. Your pulmonologist can recommend medications as well which can be effective in reducing your symptoms. You may be asked to use an inhaler to help with breathing.

With your physician's help, you can effectively manage the symptoms of asthma and lead a normal life.

You can take these medicines to reduce the severity of asthma.

  • Anti-inflammatories
  • Anticholinergics
  • Long-acting bronchodilators

You can take various steps to lessen the risk of an asthma attack.

  • Eating a healthier diet
  • Giving up smoking
  • Exercise
  • Managing stress

Risk Factors

You are at a greater risk of developing asthma in certain cases. They are:

  • If you are a smoker
  • If you are overweight
  • Having a family history of asthma
  • Exposure to air pollution
  • Exposure to secondhand smoke
  • Having allergies like eczema or hay fever

Prevention

Following are the ways in which you can prevent asthma:

  • Be familiar with your asthma triggers so you can avoid them
  • Get vaccinated for flu and pneumonia
  • Take asthma medicines as prescribed by your doctor
  • Stay away from allergens
  • Quit smoking and avoid exposure to secondhand smoke

Frequently Asked Questions

Who is the best doctor for asthma in Lahore?

10 best doctors for asthma in Lahore are:

  • Assist. Prof. Dr. Fahmina Ashfaq
  • Assist. Prof. Dr. Mujahid Israr
  • Prof. Dr. Khawar Abbas Chaudhry
  • Dr. Syed Sibtain Ul Hassan
  • Assoc. Prof. Dr. Mehreen Zaman Niazi
  • Prof. Dr. Israr Ul Haque Toor
  • Prof. Dr. Syed Nazim Hussain Bokhari
  • Assist. Prof. Dr. Muhammad Awais Abid
  • Dr. Amena Moazzam Baig Mirza
  • Prof. Dr. Tahir Siddique

How can I book an appointment with a doctor for Asthma in Lahore?

Click here to book an appointment with top doctors for Asthma in Lahore. Or, you can also call at 04238900939 from 9AM to 11PM to book your appointment.

What is the fee range of the best doctors for Asthma in Lahore?

The fee for the top doctors for Asthma in Lahore ranges from Rs. 500 to 5,000. You can pay at reception when you visit the doctor.

Are there any additional charges to book an appointment with doctors for Asthma in Lahore through oladoc?

There are no additional charges when you book through oladoc.

What is Asthma?

Asthma is a long-term condition that affects the lungs. The symptoms of asthma usually show up in childhood however it can develop in people of all ages at any particular stage of life. If any of your family members has an asthma allergy or breathing problem, you are more likely to develop asthma. Atopy, or the genetic tendency to develop allergic diseases, can play a vital role in the development of allergic asthma.

Asthma can lead to severe breathing problems and other complications. In some cases, it may lead to respiratory failure and prove to be fatal. Large tubes called bronchi carry air in and out of your lungs. In asthma, these bronchial tubes can become inflamed and swollen causing chest tightness, coughing, and wheezing.

Without proper treatment, living with asthma can be challenging. Every patient with asthma has various triggers. Some common triggers include pet dander, pollens, tobacco smoke, stress, exercise, respiratory infections, and hormones.

Types

The 4 types of asthma based on their severity are:

  • Moderate persistent
  • Mild persistent
  • Intermittent
  • Severe persistent

Diagnosis

The following may be helpful in the diagnosis of asthma:

  • Health history
  • Physical exam
  • Breathing test

Causes

It is not certain why some people get asthma and others do not, but it comes down to a combination of environmental and inherited factors. Asthma triggers vary from person to person and can include:

  • Cold air
  • Respiratory infections
  • Medications such as Aspirin
  • Stress
  • Physical activity
  • Allergens like dust mites, pollen, tobacco, animal fur, etc.

When asthma attacks the respiratory system, your airways react to substances in the world around you. People with asthma have swollen, sensitive airways that become hard and narrow with sticky mucus in response to certain triggers.

Symptoms

The common symptoms of asthma are:

  • Coughing
  • Wheezing
  • Chest tightness
  • Shortness of breath

One of the most common symptoms of asthma is shortness of breath. The patient may feel like someone is sitting on their chest. Asthma can sometimes be mistaken for cold or bronchitis.

Treatment

Regular exercise can help to reduce the risk of asthma. Your pulmonologist can recommend medications as well which can be effective in reducing your symptoms. You may be asked to use an inhaler to help with breathing.

With your physician's help, you can effectively manage the symptoms of asthma and lead a normal life.

You can take these medicines to reduce the severity of asthma.

  • Anti-inflammatories
  • Anticholinergics
  • Long-acting bronchodilators

You can take various steps to lessen the risk of an asthma attack.

  • Eating a healthier diet
  • Giving up smoking
  • Exercise
  • Managing stress

Risk Factors

You are at a greater risk of developing asthma in certain cases. They are:

  • If you are a smoker
  • If you are overweight
  • Having a family history of asthma
  • Exposure to air pollution
  • Exposure to secondhand smoke
  • Having allergies like eczema or hay fever

Prevention

Following are the ways in which you can prevent asthma:

  • Be familiar with your asthma triggers so you can avoid them
  • Get vaccinated for flu and pneumonia
  • Take asthma medicines as prescribed by your doctor
  • Stay away from allergens
  • Quit smoking and avoid exposure to secondhand smoke