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... I was not diagnosed with asthma until I was about 40, all my life I had suffered with allergies and had bronchitis a lot. ... (6 replies)
... azithromycin for 5 days. In early May was the start of my flare up so I was on another 5 days of prednisone and azithromycin. My asthma still wasn't really better after I was done the medication. My family doctor put me on the maximum amount of medications. ... (0 replies)
... Good question, not dumb. You are just planning ahead. When you have bad asthma like we do, it is natural to be worried about triggering attacks. ... (3 replies)

... that it will actually be the asthma and I will end up in the ER.... ... (20 replies)
... and he said yes, heat and humidity can play a big role in asthma. ... (20 replies)
... ust died and they were driving down there. Her husband is devastated to loose his brother. I asked was it an accident or natural causes. She said he died from an asthma attack. I couldn't believe it at first. I said I didn't know he had asthma. They did, but didn't know it was bad. ... (4 replies)
... Well, I apparently had asthma as a kid but hardly remembered until my mother recently told me so I suppose saying I was "newly" diagnosed isn't correct. ... (1 replies)
... hey all, I have asthma, allergies, and a bunch of other fun stuff. I'm thinking about buying a humidifier for my room because the one that's connected to the heating system in the house is broken. Lately I feel that my skin and hair is dryer, and I do often wake up with a dry throat, nose, etc. I was just trying to research them and as usual, it's confusing as anything... (1 replies)
... I agree with the less humidity the better. I live in Southern California and am managing my asthma well with only a few complaints...mostly about my current Doctor! ... (27 replies)
Jul 15, 2002
... c I do not respond to asthma meds. ... (3 replies)
... Have you thought of keeping a diary with both Ozone and particulate matter, temperature, humidity and feels like temperature along with your assessment of how you feel? ... (37 replies)
... I would see what your allergist recommends, but I know from my circumstance- I would definitely vote against utilizing a humidifier. As a matter of fact- due to my severe dust mite allergy and allergy to mold, we utilize dehumidifiers in our home. Yes- I do get dried out but I utilize a saline nasal spray to help with this and for my skin I use a good moisturizer. Moisture... (1 replies)
... related since it's unlikely that the same respiratory virus is floating around every year all over the US in May and June. Ugh, and I'm sure the humidity isn't helping! ... (7 replies)
... Ah yes, I've learned that humidity is VERY, VERY evil. I can usually tell when it's going to be a bad day when my usual mucus is thicker and harder to move. ... (8 replies)
Damp/rainy days
Oct 3, 2001
... covered items. Body parts and feces of dust mites can trigger asthma in individuals with an allergic reaction to dust mites. ... (4 replies)
Mad at Kaiser
Jul 31, 2014
... is quite lengthy, especially if you're not a critical patient. I've talked to a lot of asthma patients, including myself, whom literally have to twist the arm of our primary care providers just to obtain a specialist referral. ... (4 replies)
New here
May 31, 2013
... me to start coughing. As a kid our family went camping all the time and sat around a fire pit. Go figure!This is fairly new to me so I'm testing the waters. The humidity is rising here in Ohio. I'm kind of thinking that isn't my friend either. ... (4 replies)
... Sadly having both parents in or have been in the medical field they always tell me that I'm obsessing so over the years I have become afraid to bring up specialists afraid of getting an overreacting result. I still live with them even though I'm 25 and can make my own decisions. I think they think I obsess because I do my own research, because I want to know what the doctor is... (14 replies)
... Many Drs seem to "dance around" the diagnosis of asthma, which is often called reactive airway disease. It involves inflammation, bronchospasm (tightening of the bronchial tubes), increased mucus production and cough, shortness of breath, tightness in chest and is typically aggravated by 1. exposure to allergens 2. exposure to cold air 3. strenuous exercise 4. increased... (14 replies)
Heat Wave
Jul 22, 2011
... I am also in NYC. Thankfully no asthma episodes. I've been taking one or two shots of albuterol before venturing out as a precaution the past couple of days. Today was no exception. ... (14 replies)

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