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... I was diagnosed with asthma last November after a long bout with bronchitis. It is very likely I have had mild asthma since childhood due to symptoms and just was not diagnosed. ... (20 replies)
... atever, you need a puff of the rescue inhaler. And if you have to use it more than a couple of times a week, and all known triggers are accounted for, then your asthma is not under control. I think you need allergy testing and maybe an adjustment in your asthma meds. ... (20 replies)
... new, it's hard to find information about it that isn't from the manufacturer. I had no idea the 160 was the same as the 200. I hope that is correct, because my asthma was really under control with the Turbohaler, and it was the switch to Flexhaler that affected me despite the manufacturer's claims that it is the same. ... (20 replies)

... I am so glad your son is doing better. I am so thankful that none of my children have asthma. I can't imagine how scary that must be. Thank you for sharing your experience. (20 replies)
... My son always ended up with chronic coughing and chest tightness after a bout with the flu or cold. He was diagnosed as having "spasmodic croup" and was on Singulair for 2 years. ... (20 replies)
... I was diagnosed with Asthma a couple of years ago. I was really bad off and i was out of breath so bad I coulnt exercise without collapasing. ... (4 replies)
... I was also on Pulmicort 200 mcg turbuhaler (2 puffs twice a day) until the beginning of August (I hadn't yet switched to the Flexhaler version.) I noticed a decline in my asthma control over the previous several months - very gradual but noticeable. I'm also on Spiriva inhaler and Theophylline time release tablets (400 mg every 12 hours.) My insurance has an asthma... (20 replies)
... If say you are having an attack because you walked into a smoky bar...you use the albuterol - or whatever rescue inhaler you have - and leave the bar. Attack goes away. No big deal. Once you remove the offending thing and medicate to get you breathing while you remove yourself - or it, then that's all you need to do. It's when you continue to need the rescue when no... (20 replies)
... air quality. I haven't had the time to look at all the other posts. But if you think you're breathing in viruses or any type of particle that could inflame your asthma you can take care of that with a good Polarized Media Filter. ... (20 replies)
... I'm afraid my asthma flare up may have reached the point of no return. ... (20 replies)
... hernia years ago and had it repaired. Prior to having the hernia repaired, I experienced a heaviness in my chest, but I figured it was the asthma. ... (5 replies)
... There are many doctors who are not very good at evaluating or understanding Asthma. Many doctors do not recognize that Asthma can cause either serious breathing difficulties and wheezing, or just tight or labored breathing. ... (15 replies)
... Anyway, I stopped the tessalon but have noticed that my breathing difficulties have gotten worse. I have this feeling like something is sitting on my chest and I think its mucous or phlegm but I can't cough it out. A hot shower sometimes help loosen things a little but not much. ... (4 replies)
... Also, is chest heaviness common with asthma? ... (5 replies)
... Yes, feeling out of breath after having used my ventolin happens fairly often. I've had mornings where I wake up with the heaviness and discomfort in my chest with congestion. I use my symbicort in the morning and if I have the heaviness I also use my ventolin. Sometimes it takes a long time for me to feel better. ... (13 replies)
... So long story short...Dr. is pretty sure I have asthma, mild case. I did a lung function test in January after having some bad shortness of breath and chest heaviness.. ... (0 replies)
... half or so, I struggled to get ready for work. Constant heaviness in my chest, difficult breathing, feeling like I wanted to pass out. ... (0 replies)
... sample number one, called Flex, whatever that means. I placed the small, round plastic sample under my tongue for a while. I noticed a very slight tightness, or heaviness in my chest, but I don't know if that is my meds kicking in, or a slight Asthmatic reaction to the plastic. ... (1 replies)
... The bad thing for me is I am 53, and having to sort out menopause with these asthma type symptoms....the trigger is also cold air.... ... (15 replies)
... ause of having a bout of bronchitis. He's stayed on It ever since but only has needed it every now and then. Until now,... The dr did mention about environmental asthma thinking it might be the irritants from work. ... (7 replies)




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