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... I just had a mental picture of a patient with a methacholine induced asthma attack, gasping for air, while the technician cold heartedly takes notes..."ahh. she's still alive. hmmm. how many more drugs should I give her? ... (7 replies)
... eathing, I had not been in contact with anything different than what I come into contact with on a daily basis...I really don't think I have allergies. So, if my test results appear normal, will I be given further testing, or will I be told I'm fine and be sent home? ... (7 replies)
... I have gone through two methacholine challenge test in the last two years. I never had any asthma issues as a kid, but the last couple of years have brought on many challenges. My doctors can't seem to figure out what is wrong with me. ... (6 replies)

... with the methacholine challenge, so it's not a definitive test. ... (4 replies)
... o former NYC firefighter who never smoked. I worked at ground zero for 60 or so days along with 20 years of fighting structural fires. I have been diagnosed with asthma and RADS and according to the FDNY docs can no longer perform full firefighting duty. ... (0 replies)
... fortable using the albuterol without knowing why I was using it. So after coughing for another 5 months I went looking for a second opinion with an allergy and asthma specialist. Turns out I'm not allergic to anything. ... (20 replies)
... is it asthma or anxiety or both. I have had this two years. Since chest tightness overlaps anxiety and asthma, I have been wondering if this test will help me distinguish the feeling. ... (4 replies)
... told me that the methacholine challenge will not diagnose certain types of asthma. ... (7 replies)
... It's been a year and I am still huffing and puffing, for reasons unknown. My doctor has suggested asthma, ordered me a methacholine test and tried numerous times to put me on albuterol. I passed the asthma test and albuterol never does anything for me. ... (7 replies)
... most accurate test to determine asthma and its severity, what test is? ... (4 replies)
... From what I have read, it is the champ of asthma tests. Usually they don't use this test unless the other tests, such as the spirometry test were normal, but the doctor still suspected asthma. ... (4 replies)
... thma. I am in the military, so this could possibly end my career. I have heard of some people that were able to continue to serve, but they had to prove that the asthma was well controlled with meds. I am also taking Singulair, Astelin, and Allegra. He has me only taking the Allegra for a week, but continuing to take the rest. ... (10 replies)
... I have asthma and I generally don't wheeze unless I'm really sick. The majority of my attacks are without wheezing. Do they have you on any asthma medication, like an inhaled steriod? ... (6 replies)
... this was the champ asthma test. ... (4 replies)
... related asthma and he is on something called Flovent. Would I possibly be prescribed the same thing if I were to have asthma not related to allergies? ... (7 replies)
... I'm curious because I had one and didn't react so my dr said i don't have asthma even though they thought it was a sure thing that I did. My peak flows vary from visit to visit. ... (7 replies)
... I'm curious because I had one and didn't react so my dr said i don't have asthma even though they thought it was a sure thing that I did. My peak flows vary from visit to visit. ... (7 replies)
... nologist told me to do. I have had these symptoms for a little over two years now, so I don't think it is because I am sick. I was not on any meds when I took my methacholine test, but don't understand why it had no effect on me until after the fact. I am just really struggling in figuring out what my triggers are. ... (11 replies)
... Yes, the meds for any type of asthma are the same: inhaled steroid, spiriva or singulair as a daily med and albuterol or naponex as a rescue med. I would imagine most people have non-allergic asthma, although even it can be exacerbated by allergies. Mine is that way. Since my allergies are pretty well under control, it's rare that they cause a problem with my asthma. I... (7 replies)
... CT scans, blood tests, exam for acid reflux disease, a bronchoscopy. The pattern of symptoms fit the asthma diagnosis, so did the fact that the inhalers seem to help. Nonallergic asthma is not an easy diagnosis or treatment. You need a good pulmonologist. ... (7 replies)


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