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Old 02-22-2009, 09:30 AM   #1
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hard to breathe when lying down,sign of what

hard to breathe when lying down,sign of what

 
Old 03-05-2009, 06:13 PM   #2
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Re: hard to breathe when lying down,sign of what

i get this to. Its because of my asthma. I just take a puff of my inhaler and im good to go.

 
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Re: hard to breathe when lying down,sign of what

Could be asthma. Could be reflux.

 
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Re: hard to breathe when lying down,sign of what

I have the same problem here. I am asthmatic as a kid but I never had any serious problems controlling it. I use MDIs regularly and I have attacks occasionally.

But now, I really have trouble with my wheezing and the splitting pressure on my lungs. Even when I'm relaxed, I have difficulty in breathing. The most difficult for me is when I lie down on my back, it seems like I cannot take in enough air to my lungs. When I lie on my side, my breathing returns to normal but I still have the slight wheezing.

Please give me some advice.

 
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Re: hard to breathe when lying down,sign of what

Go see your pulmonologist. You probably need your meds adjusted.

 
Old 09-13-2009, 08:52 PM   #6
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Re: hard to breathe when lying down,sign of what

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hard to breathe when lying down,sign of what
I also have this problem, but now even my rescue inhaler only works for a short period of time. I have had to take it 4 times daily for the past few days.

 
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