Quoting P3RvYmCp3rv:" We alredy have a gah I can't think of what it is called, but it is a Super allergy air filter for the ... [snip!] ... else she wheezes. especially since I'm trying to live off of 8.25 an hour and then paying a babysitter 6 dollars an hour. "
aw my son has that same problem. I feel so bad for them. It must be so hard for little ones because they do not understand why they cannot breathe
I struggled with asthma when i was my sons age as well and since my mother made sure I was getting my treatments as I should now I do not have to take "treatment" every day. I am so thankful that she did that for me. So you are doing the right thing for your baby girl and it will pay off in the long run
Well kudos to you for putting your girls health first. The allergy clinic my son and i go to have extra nebulizers that people have donated that they rent out or give to people that are unable to afford their own. You could contact local hospitals, ask government assistance, or local allergy/asthma clinics and see if any of them would be able to help you with that. You could also ask if they have an air-purifier to borrow or have that someone has donated. Does government assistance or insurance cover the nebulizer or a air purifier? I'm not sure if you get assistance or what type of insurance you have but I would contact all of the place I suggested to see what they have to offer or what they can do to help. Sorry that is a lot of random suggestions but I hope one of those avenues works out for you