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... gle to breath or get so out of breath from little to no activity. Finally went back to a pulmonologist on Friday and did the Function tests again. They weren't too good. Compared to my tests 2 years ago, the breathing function definitely decreased. I was diagnosed with Mild to moderate asthma. ... (1 replies)
... Yes, it's too much. ... (1 replies)
... Lately, I've been taking my albuterol inhaler 3 puffs per day. Is this too much? ... (1 replies)

... arted up quite suddenly last year, so I was officially diagnosed less than a week later. At first, I thought I'd be able to take medication and life would go on much as it had before, but unfortunately I seem to have bad reactions to a lot of the usual asthma meds, which has made it hard for me to get any lasting control. ... (1 replies)
... Mountainreader, I think I too must have both types of asthma. I am however worse in winter with cold air but I also have triggers, strong chemical smells, dust, some cut flowers etc. ... (17 replies)
... like how to use it or how much is too much. he said give it a week and I may need a second inhaler. ... (21 replies)
... from getting pneumonia, I've had a wonderful May. No major flair ups and am doing anything I want to. I think we've found the right meds now all we have to do is leave them alone. ... (10 replies)
... I have been wondering if I'm using the inhaler too much. ... (4 replies)
... This may be a dumb question but I don't know how worried to be about my asthma. ... (2 replies)
... I'm still dealing with symptoms, a new or perennial laryngitis infection maybe the cause, but I'm not sure anymore. My throat is always sore, sometimes clearly infected with a bacteria, sometimes not, but always sore. ... (0 replies)
... A 24 hr pH test can show the number of reflux incidents, duration, and timing throughout the day. Comparing that to your asthma symptoms could be a clue to how much it may be influencing your asthma. ... (8 replies)
... I use my inhaler as needed. ... (52 replies)
... I'm sorry to hear that you suffered for such a long time with pneumonia!!! Is there always a fever? ... (52 replies)
Too much exercise
Oct 18, 2012
... I curled last night for the second time this season and I know by my chest tightness that I dd too much sweeping. ... (14 replies)
... Hi. Good question. I have another post about asthma action plans. It gives some general guidelines for when it is time to seek emergency assistance. ... (11 replies)
... I was at my Pulmo today, and I just asked her this question. I also have mild anxiety because my Asthma is new... ... (20 replies)
... he lungs and helps the Ventolin get deeper and work better. I really don't recognize the other meds you use, so can't comment. That being said, if one of these is a steroid preparation, it would be best used first, wait awhile, then when you do use your Ventolin, it will probably be much more effective. ... (7 replies)
... That is correct, I feel the rescue inhaler helps if I have tight chest. I am 25 years old now, and I used to have tight conditions about 5 years ago. ... (4 replies)
... recover you could have 'walking pnemonia'. I had it for two years because I wasn't properly treated for a cold I got. I have asthma also and now if I get sick it is a requirement that I use my nebulizer machine to keep my lungs strong enough to see through the mildest of colds. ... (4 replies)
... It took a few years to get over. I didn't want to cope with it by taking medicine, I tried, but the side effects were too much for me. Nothing seemed to work. ... (4 replies)


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