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... chest tightness, and lower peak flow meter readings. ... (20 replies)
... My pulmonary dr last night believes my chest tightness and recent asthma outbreaks are due to my GERD which, by the way, is in the larynx. He is referring me to a gastrointerologist who, according him, is great for GERD patients. ... (20 replies)
... Your doctor was smart in avoiding the beta blockers. I learned of metoprolol last month when I went to the ER for chest pains. ... (20 replies)

... the first time I, in having asthma for 5 years up to that point, having to do 3 shots of Albuterol. ... (20 replies)
... I wish you well with the Prednisone. I was on it in 2006 when the asthma had gotten more chronic. ... (20 replies)
... my breathing problems became SEVERE and all day every day. ... (20 replies)
... I read a news story involving a NYC transit worker. She crossed the picket line of a strike and returned to work as a subway car cleaner. She got an asthma attack and died. I had the damn disease for 5 years and never new of this aspect of asthma! Granted, she probably had severe asthma but still. ... (20 replies)
... Do you take a daily asthma medication? ... (20 replies)
... My asthma became awful, with breathing problems every single day. Unfortunately for me it took them too long to figure out the Beta Blocker was contributing. ... (20 replies)
... that it will actually be the asthma and I will end up in the ER.... ... (20 replies)
... I am glad that your Dr. is taking such good care of you - at the your B/P is so good - THAT IS AWESOME! In the Larynx - that is very interesting - what made him suspect that? My GERD worsened after I took the Prednisone. Do you mind if I ask what made the Dr. suspect that it was GERD? My Dr. thinks so too - because I really don't cough or wheeze with my asthma - so that... (20 replies)
... I did the Medrol pack again in February after my asthma had been out of control for weeks. I usually end up on Prednisone or Medrol a couple times per year. ... (20 replies)
... When I first went on blood pressure medications, my doctor was very careful about not placing me on a beta blocker since I had asthma. At the time, it cost me more in co-pays, but they now have more generics in the other types. I am now on low-dose Norvasc, a calcium channel blocker. (20 replies)
... dered my peak flow meter readings were normal. This was was also interesting because I thought the opposite. You're supposed to do 3 readings one after another, and the highest one was your best. ... (20 replies)
Do I Have Asthma?
Nov 17, 2011
... Yawning and taking a deep breath is hard and makes the shortness of breath worse for a short period of time. ... (5 replies)
... I read that beta 1 blockers don't effects the lungs and then I read of people with asthma taking metoprolol, toprol xl, etc where having more asthma due to beta blockers. ... (1 replies)
Do I Have Asthma?
Nov 18, 2011
... Unfortunately, I am not allowed to take any Sudafed containing products as it will work against the Metoprolol I am currently taking. I also can not take products containing guaifenesin such as Mucinex as I am allergic. ... (5 replies)
... Hope you're doing good and hope you are having a great weekend. ... (20 replies)
... til I got sick and needed something again because my asthma has been worse since. ... (1 replies)
... and coughing and wheezing that wouldn't go away and the DR put me on an inhaler and it cleared the coughing up after about a month. Now recently I got back to back sinus infections with the first one I had bronchitis too. ... (4 replies)

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