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Exercise-induced asthma?
Hi all, I wanted to get some quick advice. In February, I was diagnosed with acute bronchitis. I had some...More
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Use of antibiotics eliminated need for asthma meds
I wondered if anyone ever had a similar experience to my own. I was prescribed a Z pack for a bad case of...More
Posted by An_262363
Allergies and Asthma
I've recently started allergy injections. Typically 2-6 hours after the injections I have to utilize my...More
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Childhood Asthma
If I had childhood asthma and grew out of it, I can get that again as an adult?
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bronchial thermoplasty
I'm 30 years old and getting ready to have the bronchial thermoplasty in a few weeks after being...More
Posted by homer28655
Student survey: medical patch predicting asthma at...
Dear Forum-members, Together with some fellow students from a UK university, I am currently writing a business...More
Posted by willems
Lothrop procedure? Anyone?
I haven't been here in ages. Back in the day we had sandboxes on this board. Anyway, has anyone here had...More
Posted by maffiez2
It claims to remove extra fatty acids from the bod...
Its officers mentioned terribly extremely super work of this supplement as a result of once the ingredients...More
Posted by adictjuriya
New to Asthma
Hi Everyone. I am a 54 yo woman, newly diagnosed with adult onset asthma. Non-allergice No previous history at...More
Posted by ar213
Allergies
This is the fourth year in a row that I am miserable due to "fall allergies" accompanied by post nasal...More
Posted by starlette2195
asthma issues
I have a pulmonary doc who-keeps telling other docs that I have vocal cord dysfunction n yet I had the scope...More
Posted by An_262056
Where to find over-the counter asthmia meds?
Greetings, I am without health insurance and therefore cannot receive my asthma inhalers. Apparently,...More
Posted by danijazzis

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