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My daughter is fifteen years old. This past school year, she was homebound three time from school because of something in the building. She starts wheezing, has difficulty breathing, coughing fits, and experiences asthma attacks. This problem also affects other asthmatics in the school. This also happens at the mall and at church. It is the worst when she's in a closed area that has carpeting, especially carpeting that is used by many people daily. Her doctor is stumped as to what to do next. Does anyone have any suggestions?