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Old 11-26-2012, 11:05 PM   #7
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Re: Getting sick

Changes in weather and seasons can also be a trigger. When I went to see my doc in October, he looked back at my records and said I'd been there almost a year to date in the past years for my asthma/coughing issues.

Also, air quality in my area is really poor. You might check the monitoring of your local air quality to see if that is a problem in your area.

Allergens can also be a big trigger.
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