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September 10th, 2006, 06:15 PM
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I have been back and forth with the hosp.. for 2 weeks now the first time i had a uti, second time they didn't find anything. Anyways i had anougher shaking spell on wednesday night, and since then its hard for me to breath, i also had a little cold for 24 hrs. But still ahve trouble breathing so i gave in and went to the e r, They said it could be asthma,
When i start to breath heavy, my Adbomnial feel's like it's tighting right up and it's hard to breath.

Well i mainly just haveing that, and ever know and then i get that shaking (really bad chills ever now and then), My b/p was 134/77 witch is good, i didn't see my heart beat but im sure it was good, my lungs were clear, my heart was good. They gave me ainhaler but when i take it my breathing is better though.
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September 12th, 2006, 11:50 AM
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I would suggest you get a good and thorough check up with a physician. Any breathing problems could be asthma related, but there could be other factors. Have you ever had problems before or are you taking anything new or been around smoking or other chemicals that could cause problems?
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September 13th, 2006, 12:00 PM
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My asthma's real wacky, and I'm on a Flovent inhalor (w/a steroid in it) and an Albuterol inhalor.

I would see a different doctor for a different opinion just to be sure.
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