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Old 04-05-2013, 09:38 AM   #2
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Re: Difficulty breathing with even mild changes in weather or temperature.

Your breathing symptoms are suggestive of asthma, so I am wondering what all you have been treated with already that did or didn't help. Have you have a chest xray and pulmonary function tests? Do you have any heart problems, previous heart attacks, swelling etc? It would help to know what all you have been tested for and treated with. Environmental control of allergens is very important in asthma too. It is quite common for childhood asthma to return later in life. It is certainly good that you quit smoking! Many people have exercise induced asthma and can exercise if they use their inhaler prior to exercise. I think you will get help from people here. I am asthmatic and so are lots others who can give you suggestions.

 
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