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Hi Everyone. I am a 54 yo woman, newly diagnosed with adult onset asthma. Non-allergice No previous history at all of asthma. Have seen one pulmonologist, switching to another, waiting to see him at the end of next week. Am currently on Symbicort, Singular, and Albuterol rescue. Not well controlled at all so far. In the past month 3 urgent care visits and 3 ER visits. Last ER visit, 2 breathing treatments, IV steroids and my blood O2 was low. Since then I have been very, very tired. Luckily I have been on vacation and have been able to sleep as much as I need, but I go back to work next week. Am concerned that I won't be able to keep up. Has anyone had a similar experience and what have you done, or does anyone have any suggestions? Much appreciated. Thanks!View Thread
This is the fourth year in a row that I am miserable due to "fall allergies" accompanied by post nasal drip that causes me to cough until my head aches and my ears pop. Nothing seems to work after many trips to the doctor. Can anyone help me? I usually endure this from September to March, but March is almost gone. What can I do?View Thread
I have a pulmonary doc who-keeps telling other docs that I have vocal cord dysfunction n yet I had the scope...
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I have a pulmonary doc who-keeps telling other docs that I have vocal cord dysfunction n yet I had the scope down my nose to prove it to him n he still don't believe. He gives me hell n says yes u have asthma but I believes tis is vCard dysfunction. We fight. Most of the time my asthma happens when I'm sleep I get the 50 questions at me. Then if I stay at hospital they day u sound clear but yet I be diminished. Sometimes I feel they don't try hard enough or do the nurses n docs make me comfortable bout goin in during n attack So I stay home til I can't do it n e more. Still I feel like me carp for going to be saved. Is that bad or wat? I even get "oh it's her" because I want to live. What she should I do, I'm lost for help.View Thread
I am without health insurance and therefore cannot receive my asthma inhalers. Apparently, Primitine Mist has been recalled and there are no other inhalers on the consumer market. Can anyone tell me if there is an over the counter medication available? Or is there a way to get albuterol in a trial program? Thank you for your help n advance.
My name is Chloe and I am currently studying toward a BSc degree in Digital Media at Portsmouth University. For my Dissertation, I am looking at the effectiveness of printed information given to Asthma sufferers as I have noticed that all of the printed information that has been given to me during visits to the GP and hospital have been quite out-dated when it comes to design and the information displayed on it. I was wondering whether anyone else had recently received any information either from a doctor, hospital, pharmacist etc. and what your thoughts were on the design and the information it features. Did you feel it was relevant to you as an individual? Do you feel it could be improved? Any views would be a great help to me and my research!
Hi, I have severe exercise/allergy induced asthma, and I am looking for a sleep aid I can take to help with my severe insomnia. My asthma is not very well controlled. Are there any safe sleep aids I can take?View Thread
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