Of course, all shortness of breath should be checked by your doctor, but I am wondering if you have tried something like an over-the-counter anti-tussive (cough syrup) or bronchodilator? (like Primatene)
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Have you talked to your pain management doctor about this situation?
No one on this board is a medical authority. Your symptoms are concerning particularly with your health condition and you need to get proper medical advice. They may require proof of your daughter in detox...but in any case they will be able to assess the danger you are in.View Thread
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