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... st of all how often are you using the nebulizer? ... (1 replies)
... Just wondering if you used a nebulizer often? ... (21 replies)
Scared asap
May 16, 2005
... I don't mean to sound like you aren't taking your meds right, but sometimes something small can make it so you don't get the medicine you should. Your advair, do you always keep it horizontal before you inhale? ... (3 replies)

... I would like to thank you for your replys and your patience. My doctor is sending me back to see a specialist. So.. any day now I'll get a call with an appointment. ... (11 replies)
... A spacer is a holding chamber for the medicine. ... (3 replies)
... Hi, I'm new here and would like to give a quick introduction before I post my questions. I'm in my 30's and was diagnosed with asthma about a month ago. I had bronchitis 6 years ago and have very similiar symptoms to what I'm currently experiencing. ... (12 replies)
... Your asthma has gotten worse. You feel awful. ... (11 replies)
... been times that I didn't care that my breathing was down and my doctors were worried, but I had no care whatsoever. I was more upset that they admitted me than how poorly I was breathing! I hate the prednisone and I hate the breathing issues. I hate that it affects you THAT much. ... (30 replies)
... It does really wear on you when you are in the yellow for so long. I've been there way too often over the years. ... (10 replies)
... Everyone who has asthma should work with their physician to have a written Asthma Action Plan. If you have been diagnosed with asthma and your doctor doesn't offer you one, you should be asking for one. ... (4 replies)
... Everyone who has asthma should work with their physician to have a written Asthma Action Plan. If you have been diagnosed with asthma and your doctor doesn't offer you one, you should be asking for one. ... (1 replies)
... Glad to hear you are doing a bit better. It is really uncomfortable, frustrating and scary when the coughing is bad and things aren't working to get it under control. ... (22 replies)
... I have had severe allergies and had lots of luck with antihistamines. I often need other support when the allergies are bad, but without them I notice a major difference. ... (29 replies)
... Sorry you're having a difficult time. ... (8 replies)
... rays done, MRI's done Breathing tests for asthma. All came back negative. I even went to a pulminologist and he did more tests. ... (7 replies)
... I asked this question probably about 6 to 8 months ago. These aeroneb gos seem to be relatively new so I wasn't able to find much feedback on it other than a review on one website with asthma information that reviewed several others too. So I decided to wait. ... (3 replies)
Is there a cure.
Nov 24, 2006
... In the worst period, about three years ago, I was using everything to prevent attacks, including inhaled steroid, nebulizer and sometimes oral steroid. ... (5 replies)
... especially in the beginning chart how you are feeling. ... (15 replies)
... Hope you all have the rest of a great day. ... (11 replies)
... I can really relate. When my asthma flares it takes me months to get it back under control. It not only wears you out physically, it wears on you mentally. In addition to that, it is scary because you never know how bad your attacks will be. ... (8 replies)


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