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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
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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
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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
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asthma
If I used my inhaler and i have the shakes now-what should i do?
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Inhalor side effects
Whenever I use my inhalor, I have to make sure I'm sitting down or I get extremely dizzy...More

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lot of work missed due to asthma
I had asthma for about ten years now also got all the meds under the sun. Missed a lot of work due to this and...More
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Next step in treatment?
I have really bad allergies. Like, really bad allergies. It started off 2.5 years ago when I moved to a new city....More
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inhaler/headaches
I have a regular inhaler and a back up inhaler. I am getting headaches using the every day one lately but I...More
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Asthma and food
I read once that food can play arole in triggering an Asthma attack. Are there foods that are preventitve?
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