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Allergy Shots
I have been taking allergy shots now. I've always had horrible allergies, but they are a great solution if...More
Posted by An_256598
cramps / meds
Im taking advair is there anyone getting cramps from that med ? If so please give me some feed back.
Posted by wezman
Having trouble after being sick...thoughts?
Hi I'm new here. I've had asthma most of my lift, but never had to do much about it until around...More
Posted by justwantobreathe
BT after the procedure?????
I'm looking into this procedure and should be scheduled for my first treatment in the next 3 weeks. If...More
Posted by mobeary
Xolair/Asthma
I started working a new job in Sept., 2013. In October I started with breathing problems that gradually got...More
Posted by stevedi
symbicort side effects
i'm going to go back to Advair. the cramping from symbicort is unbearably severe.
Posted by gogeta
Inhaler
Hey everyone. My gf went to doctor for breathing problems. Doctor said its probably anxiety and gave her...More
Posted by An_256445
When should I worry & get him to a hospital?
My live in fiancee has pretty severe asthma...has had it his whole life. He began a lot of coughing with...More
Posted by sandytown
Diet and exercise
I'm 44 yr old, i had very bad asthma as a child, but have been able to get off medications as I grow...More
Posted by Rubicontrail
Bronchial Thermoplasty -First Procedure Today:)
Im a 50 yr old female -diagnosed with severe Asthma at the age of 6. I can recall a very limited...More
Posted by asthmawarrior

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