Our family physician had told us that when our son gets older he might "grow out" of his asthma. He had his 1st attack when he was 2 years old, and it was bad. The hospital that we took him to could not diagnose him. They sent him out by ambulance to another hospital an hour away and they took another set of x-rays and then confirmed he was having an asthma attack. Gave him breathing treatments and within 8-10 hours we were finally on our way home. He is now 6 and has at least 4-5 severe asthma attacks per year. Like I had said in the beginning, our doctor said there is still the chance when his lungs grow he could possibly be asthma-free when he's older. I was just wondering if his "growing out of asthma" will actually be a possibilty for him.
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