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... You said you prefer not to use your Ventolin, but you may need it a bit more often throughout the day, especially if you are in yellow. ... (7 replies)
... Your doctor gave you good advice. I have severe allergies and asthma and I shower every night before I go to bed. ... (6 replies)
... I can totally relate with you about a physician saying they "can't hear wheezing" so it must not be asthma. ... (14 replies)

... It is hard sometimes to predict when asthma problems will go from a bit of a flare into an emergency state. It can happen so very quickly at times. I know I learned the hard way a few years ago. ... (40 replies)
... Also, it can be done from home via the internet. ... (25 replies)
... ery few asthmatics need to take prednisone as a maintenance med. Prednisone is used during asthma flare ups to reduce the inflammation in the lungs. Bursts like you are experiencing are the norm. ... (27 replies)
... Have you been to see a specialist about your asthma? ... (8 replies)
... My doctor told me the maximum effective period for the albuterol is about 1 hour. And I am to space my using it out by two hours. An example, I was running a 5K that I thought was going to start on time. It didn't. ... (10 replies)
... Asthma specialist who got me off the Prednisone and onto a small daily dose of Pulmicort and Albuterol for when I need it. ... (6 replies)
... Mouth rinsing can prevent much of this. ... (14 replies)
Apr 5, 2003
... evening is what your doctor prescribed. Ah. Okay. Nothing wrong with that, I just happen to know that spaced more closely together they tend to work better than high doses spaced far apart. The drugs are great, great ideas, but they don't work as horribly well as one would hope they did. ... (20 replies)
... I'm hoping to get some feedback regarding my husband age 52 who's NEVER had asthma before but has allergies to grass most his life. ... (7 replies)
... GI, TMJ, wrists and shoulders are all collagen related. My GI doc agrees, but will only treat his area. The others blow me off when I mention it. ... (37 replies)
... and wanted me to go see a pulmanologist which I did. I never got my symptoms under control though so they wouldn't let me get the shots. ... (18 replies)
... What options did they offer to you if they denied shots? ... (18 replies)
Colds and Asthma
Jan 16, 2013
... You really are on a pretty heavy duty regimine. I can relate with you. I've had a chronic cough that started last September when we had an inversion and the smoky pollution was really bad. ... (8 replies)
... months. I usually end up at the doctors fairly frequently because it really wears me out and scares me at times. I'm not sure how much help I can offer, but I can commiserate. ... (6 replies)
... We're pretty much in the same boat...are stories are actually very similar. I've been through this stuff all started out with high bp which I've been officially diagnosed with... ... (1 replies)
Mild Asthma
Dec 29, 2009
... I don't know what your asthma symptoms are, but it does seem a little odd to me that you'd be started on a high dose of Symbicort right away. I also use a high dose of Symbicort, but that's not what I started with. ... (7 replies)
Kids with Asthma
Oct 21, 2004
... Right now I am having to get allergy shots 3x a week and my 4 yr old is going to be next to get her allergy tests soon. ... (15 replies)

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