Just an update [formerly Charlottie on here]
I was formerly Charlottie on here [don't ask, my mistake]. I went to the asthma nurse today.
I did a peak flow test and my reading was above what it should be!! [510 and it should be 420] I explained that I felt fine and I only get symptoms around exercise and colds. She told me it could be exercise-induced asthma. She told me to keep my blue inhaler with me and just use it when I need to [ie. when going up 4 flights of stairs to class!] She also prescribed me a peak-flow meter and told me to note down my reading every day and night for a month as well as write down how many times I use the inhaler. I have an appointment next month to see her again, I think she might do an exercise test then too.
The only problem is when I took the inhaler it seemed like it hit my tongue and didn't go down my airways, how do I stop this from happening?