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... I have always had a problem of coughing since the last 10 yrs or so. Initially the cough would go away after a couple of weeks but off late i started to have severe bouts of dry coughing that wont go for months. ... (2 replies)
... I am exhausted from coughing most of the night. My asthma is mild for the most part, so am only on Flovent twice a day, and ventolin as needed. Whenever I use my inhalers it makes my cough worse and more productive, but I don't cough anything up. ... (2 replies)
... nebulizer. I do the Advair a.m. and p.m., and the nebulizer every 4 hours in between. ... (6 replies)

... How long has it been since you've been on Prednisone? ... (3 replies)
... I don't believe that there are NO alternatives except drugs. for over 50 years I did not need inhalers and then one day I got a lung infection and the doctor put them on me. I should never had started. my body has been addicted to the inhaled steroids. ... (6 replies)
... My asthma started up quite suddenly last year, so I was officially diagnosed less than a week later. ... (1 replies)
... and it made a world of difference. I went from having 5 or 6 of the bronchitis episodes in a year to having 1 in the last two. I guess it was worth the horrible pain haha. My asthma is no where near under control though I go through 1 rescue inhaler a month. ... (21 replies)
... You should use it when you first feel the symptoms come on. If you wait, it won't work as well. If you are going to be doing cardio of any kind you should do two puffs 20 minutes or so before beginning your workout. I jog and that's my regimen. Have no problems running after that. ... (12 replies)
... Hi, i was just diagnosed about a week ago with reactive asthma. I stopped smoking but what brought mine on was long term exposure to bleach in my bathroom. ... (14 replies)
... this kind of thing done on TV. I tried to remember what they taught us back in high school health class, but I couldn't remember what they said about choking. Do you begin CPR? ... (4 replies)
... Oh boy, you really do have alot of questions. ... (7 replies)
... This has been truly helpful. I shall tread carefully, and look further into this matter :) On a more serious note, yet not any less true - I thank all of you, I've completely changed my mindset regarding treatment and it'll most likely greatly benefit me. Once again, and it doesn't seem to be enough, Thank. You.. Hope you all have the rest of a great day. And good bye c:... (11 replies)
... I find they are the only thing that really takes care of mine. They don't last long with me but they do great for a number of years. Some folks get lifetime results. I'd certainly investigate them. I've been a competitive runner and also have asthma. ... (5 replies)
... puffs twice a day, since shortly after being diagnosed and was started on monteleukast about 6 months later for recurrent flare ups. I do have environmental allergies and am on reactine and nasonex for those. ... (8 replies)
... ry first taste of shortness of breath. During the pneumonia there was black mold found in the house my husband and I rent. The landlord hired an 80 yr old man to do the work who was soooo slow and the walls were open exposing us to the mold as he dealt with the reconstruction. Now whether that is relevant or not well.... ... (4 replies)
... as diagnosed with asthma since I was two years old. When I was young I would have the classic signs of wheezing, shortness of breath, etc. A rescue inhaler would do the job and help me. Skip foward and now that I'm older, I am having a lot of trouble. ... (18 replies)
... I had to be on very high doses of prednisone for LONG periods of time early on because my asthma was so out of control. ... (25 replies)
... When you first develop asthma, it is good to keep a journal of your symptoms and how you are feeling, both before and after using your inhaler, and how often you are using your inhaler, the time of day you use your inhaler, etc... ... (7 replies)
... Like you, it takes me a while to get things back under control but not as long as you. ... (17 replies)
... this is a long response. ... (7 replies)


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