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... Is your Peak flow meter free from debri? ... (19 replies)
... I am just like you, one of those asthmatics whose peak flows don't start dropping until I am literally fighting for breath. ... (6 replies)
... I was told that it takes a lot to have your peak flow drop. Also, my normal lung function is well above normal for someone my weight and height. ... (4 replies)

... s they watch, are pretty normal. So I really get puzzled at all of this also. After reading several other posts, though, it seems we can still have significant asthma and normal peak flows. ... (6 replies)
... Hi. Has anyone ever feel short of breathe but has a normal peak flow and no wheezing or cough. Or, can this be anxiety? ... (3 replies)
... A normal peak flow for me is between 490 and 550. I am 29, 5'6", 170lbs, female. ... (13 replies)
... ezing, some coughing. it is not horrible, but definitely there and noticable. i am like this almost everyday. it is like i have this constant, mild persistent asthma that never gets terrible but also never goes away, even with my albuterol inhaler, plus my peak flows are basically normal, which i dont understand. ... (6 replies)
... Yes, I have the same problem. Like a cloud hanging over self. I even jog to see if the shortness of breath will get worse, maybe indicating it is my asthma and the shortness of breath is same. Totally normal peak flow, no wheeze. I too have a lot going on in my life.i have a hard time believing its anxiety . ... (3 replies)
... Yes it is possible to have what are considered normal peak flow readings and still be symptomatic. ... (6 replies)
... Anyone know what the normal peak flow reading would be for someone who is 6ft, 24 years old. I am a smoker. ... (19 replies)
Peak flow meters?
Jul 14, 2003
... I was diagnosed with asthma about 2 months ago. I've been taking foradil and pulmicort for 2 months, and Singulair for 3 weeks. I notice no difference. I don't wheeze or cough. ... (9 replies)
... I typically treat my asthma based upon how I am feeling, not based on my peak flow. I've learned to judge when things are getting worse. ... (4 replies)
... Anyone who is unsure of what their peak flow reading should be, and when you should seek help, really needs to go and speak with their asthma nurse or their Doctor. ... (13 replies)
... if your flow is good, you're not REALLY short of breath, even if you feel like you are. ... (3 replies)
... I'm still new to this Asthma stuff myself. My doc told me that about 2 or so days before I go into a flare,,,peak flow numbers would probably drop. I've been keeping an eye on those,,it seems to be true. I know I've felt short of breath,,,chest tight,,,peak flows normal also. ... (6 replies)
... This may be an odd question but I've had a cold for about 10 days now and my asthma really only flares up with exercise or when I have any kind of cold. ... (4 replies)
... and have had asthma since age 6 months. ... (4 replies)
... I have a pretty good peak flow for my age and height also. I am 48, female, 5'3" and I have been running around 470 to 500. ... (19 replies)
... i guess size matters in your peak flow? ... (13 replies)
... From what I can see, your peak flows are good for your height. ... (13 replies)




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