2. The Right Use Of Medication
As things stand, there are no medications that have been approved by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to treat eosinophilic esophagitis. But there are a number of medications that are currently available that go a long way in improving the symptoms associated with the condition.
Medications like corticosteroids which are ideal for treating inflammation are great at minimizing the effects eosinophilic esophagitis has on the body. Although there a varied amounts of corticosteroids available to choose from, the manner in which they all work is very is similar, with large doses needed to control the inflamed area and once and only once the swelling has been kept under control.
There should be a reduction in the number of steroids taken in order to minimize the repercussions of the side effects, as well as maintain therapeutic levels required for the medication to be effective without being dangerous or harmful in any way.