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  • 21 hours ago

    coughing

    over 2 years I've been coughing sometimes severe. My asthma medication wasn't working,cough pills, cough drops but still coughing. Went to the doctor again still coughing. He changed my asthma medication and gave me for reflux to prevent ulcers. Now I'm not coughing or wheezing like I was.
  • 22 hours ago

    Chronic cough/breathing problems 2+ years!!! What to tell doctors to get them to run further tests? PLEASE ADVISE!!!!

    Over two years ago I started having a bad cough and breathing difficulties. I was diagnosed with bronchitis. It has NEVER gone away. I am constantly coughing. I have times worse than others. Sometimes dry/hacking, sometimes wet/productive. When I start I cannot stop. I have coughed hard enough on several occasions that my vision has become covered in white spots and then gone black, it I cannot tell if I passed out. Occasionally I have pain in my heart, feeling like my heart is a pin cushion. I have....
  • 18 days ago

    Humidity an asthma

    I need help. I'm having trouble breathing tonight cause of the humidity, I have asthma an also no AC in my house. I have two small fans going in my house. An I'm still having trouble breathing. I've taken my emergency inhaler an taken a duo neb treatment an I'm still struggling to breathe. Can anyone plz help me. I dnt wanna have to go to the ER for this but I'm getting to the point were I might have to. So I need help can anyone help me quickly plz an ty.
  • 1 month ago

    PLEASE HELP

    So I'm a teenager and I play sports but I have asthma but my doctors say it's minor. I take proair (albuterol) as a rescue inhaler but it doesn't help. I can't do anything and it's causing me to make up stuff to get out of sports practice. I can't even bend down and tie my shoes without getting out of breath. I have had 3 asthma attacks in my life and I know this is serious but my mom kind of just brushes it off. What should I do??
  • 3 months ago

    Allergies?

    I'm a 13/yr female and I was diagnosed with bronchitis (idk if that's what it's called but it's like asthma but not as bad) a couple years ago, and just recently my doctor said we can now say I have asthma. But a couple months ago my nose was stuffy on a daily basis but it was really runny at the same time and I sneeze at least twice every day. I have 2 dogs, I don't go near anyone who smokes , and my house is probably a little dusty... but could I be slightly allergic to my dogs....
  • 4 months ago

    Health problems. (1) HYPERTENSION)(2) ANEURYSM IN THE AORTA CHEST AT 4.2 CM at size. ANXIETY ATTACKS, BREAST CANCER, AND NOW I HAVE VERY SEVERE ASTHMA ATTACKS.

    First of all I attended schooling to become a Pharmacists, I completed only 5 yrs. That was my goal. I attended schooling in S.D. CA. I couldn't finish my schooling due to an abusive ex husband drug addict. I relocated back to my hometown GUAM.
  • 5 months ago

    Symptoms not going away

    I have exercise induced asthma and am a recent ex-smoker (for like the 6th time, after 9 years). Until the past year my symptoms only fared up about once a week or less but has been getting more and more frequent and then today, about 3 days after quitting I have mild symptoms that have not gone away even after using my inhaler and it came on for seemingly no reason.
  • Could my asthma be back? Or is it anxiety?

    Hi all! I just need some insight, because I am getting a bit freaked out! When I was a baby, I had an asthma attack that triggered the fear of not being able to breathe. Until about middle school, I had mild asthma so I had an inhaler that I would use when need be. It has been many years since I have had an asthma attack, and I don't even have an inhaler anymore. I have mild anxiety as well that has not been diagnosed by a medical professional, but I know it exists in my life. I do not take medication....
  • 11 months ago

    Asthma and VCD

    I am a military veteran. While on active duty, I was diagnosed with Exercise Induced Asthma and used an albuterol inhaler for several years which seemed to diminish the effects somewhat. Upon retirement, I received VA benefits commensurate to that disability. A few years ago, the VA conducted a follow-on test and determined that I no longer had asthma. After several months and visits to the pulmonologist, it was determined that I actually have VCD and not asthma as originally diagnosed. My claim....
  • over 1 year ago

    Do You Know the Signs of an Asthma Attack?

    Coughing, wheezing, trouble breathing? Asthma attacks rarely happen without warning. Rate and track your asthma symptoms here for better asthma control: http://wb.md/2plS1j2 Join the conversation! How do you know when you’re about to have an asthma attack?