What’s in your sinus medication?

A good sinus doctor is the best source of advice and guidance for people who suffer from chronic or chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) and asthma.

The BBC’s Adam Smith has got the answers to your questions on a range of topical issues, including:How can I stop using a painkiller?

What’s the best sinus drug for me?

What are the different types of medicines I can use to manage my condition?

How can a doctor help with my asthma?

What if my family doesn’t believe I’m suffering from COPD?

What can I do to manage the cough I have?

The answers will be on a variety of topics including:What are your chances of dying from COPd?

How long do you have to live with COPd to be at a lower risk of dying?

Is the cost of a sinus operation worth it?

Will I be able to walk again?

What do I need to do if I have a cough that doesn’t go away?

What treatments are available to help with COPD and asthma?

How do you get better at playing the guitar?

How often should I use a sinUS?

How are people diagnosed with COP?

What is the difference between COPD, COPD-associated lung disease, COPDS, and COPD/ADL?

Is it a sin or a sinCAUSE?

Is my sinus infection causing COPD or asthma?

Does sinus surgery help?

Is there a cure for COPD?