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  • Chronic Day Time Cough ONLY

    My son is 11 years old .Since three months he is coughing persistently ONLY in day time and during night while sleeping he doesnot cough . I took him to the regular doctor ( Pulmonologist) who treated my son for allergy and childhood asthma since 2009.The doctor took an X Ray of Chest PA view .He said the X Ray was clear .As usual prescribed Methyl Prednisolone for 5 days , Budecort and Levolin Rotocaps and Montekulast .The cough didnt go and after a week ,revisited the doctor . He gave a dose of....
  • 7 months ago

    Trouble with breathing while running in cold temperatures

    A few years ago without warning I started having issues with breathing while running outside in cold weather (usually 40 degrees f. or colder). I had been running 2 -3 times a week, 2 - 5 miles each time for about 4 years when this started. I used to get all the normal symptoms when running in cold weather but now, in addition, it's much more difficult to breathe and I get a pain on both sides of my neck starting near my collar running up to my ears. Once I notice the pain, no matter how soon....
  • 8 months ago

    grateful

    i was diagnosed with HIV/AIDS for over 6 years which made loose my job and my relationship with my fiance after he discovered that i was having HIV, he departed from me i tried all my best to make him stays with me, but neglected me until a friend of mine on Facebook from spain told me Great healer, who will restore my life back with his powerful healing spell, he sent me the email address to contact and i quickly contacted him, and he said my condition can be solved, that he will treat the disease....
  • 9 months ago
  • 10 months ago

    How long to restore normal breathing after prolonged CPAP machine

    My husband snores every night but I got used to it. It started before he became obese and had asthma. But now he finds it difficult to breathe at night. The snores stop all of a sudden and he will be gasping for breath. This happened for some time. We visited the doctor and he recommended to reduce the weight and obesity. Till then doctor suggested a CPAP machine to use for the while. Now its almost one year and he has reduced his weight significantly. He has been using the CPAP machine for almost....
  • 11 months ago

    asthma and panic attack triggers

    do nhs really know what causes asthma to flare up in public because I don't think they day for example if people had a stroke or eppilpsy and seen something not nice like a police chase in public it could flare up a panic attack and spark a brian chain reaction setting off asthma and epplipsy at the same time iam a social worker at level three and going to university at a older age next year to do my health and social carem ba honure degree at derby university mr martyn bell heanor Derbyshire....
  • 11 months ago

    Could it be lung or heart problem?

    It was started three years ago, i think it will be fine but two years ago i feel something strange in my lungs. The syntoms of shortness of breathing is just mild i experienced it twice a month. Also in my heart it hurts sometimes, but lately it's hard for me to breath and also my heart sometimes squezing and also my chest. I have agoraphobia,cherophobia,pistanthrophobia,thallasophobia,heliophobia,traumatophobia,and i dont what is the reason maybe my phobia sometimes triggered also but this month....
  • over 1 year ago

    Oh asthma...

    I am 21 years old and asthma is controlling my everyday life. It’s a constant struggle. I go through TWO ventolin inhalers in about 3 weeks or less. 200 PUMPS EACH. I’m allergic to so much outside and inside it’s just killing me.
  • over 1 year ago

    Can a chronic cough when I laugh be Asthma?

    I get on a deep coughing cycle for a few minutes whenever I’ve laughed. Sometimes I cough periodically, but this is when it’s the worse! I have an inhaler. It helps. I also think it’s seasonal allergies making me cough? Anyone have this before?
  • over 1 year ago

    Why should I take singular at night for asthma?

    On the insert it said if taking singular for allergies then take in the morning. However, if taking the medicine for asthma then take it at night. What's the difference? If it's in my body then it's in my body, right?