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Anyone's asthma worse?

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banned6y, 7m agoPosted 6 years, 7 months ago
Having to use my inhaler daily, only use it once a week usually.
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banned6y, 7m agoPosted 6 years, 7 months ago
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#1
might be the volcanic ash.
banned#2
Go and see your doctor.
banned#3
DLM
Go and see your doctor.


I don't need a doctor, got my inhalers :thumbsup:

I had to beg for a blue one though in December as I refused the swine flu jab.
#4
ALICOM007
might be the volcanic ash.


it can't be accorindg to DK to the IC, its all lies sorry
#5
Mine gets bad this time of year with my hayfever.
banned#6
lumoruk
I don't need a doctor, got my inhalers :thumbsup:

I had to beg for a blue one though in December as I refused the swine flu jab.


I was told if my asthma worsened I had to see my doctor.
#7
Mine is affecting me today... Doesn't usually bother me!

Could be hayfever starting??!!
#8
Yeah my breathing problems (not asthma) with my nose have been worse these past few days after not having any problems since my operation.
banned#9
Pr3cious18
Could be hayfever starting??!!


True, but can't remember it affecting me before and I've been suffering from that since I was 11.

DLM
I was told if my asthma worsened I had to see my doctor.


Also true
#10
Not asthmatic but been a bit breathless last couple of days with a slight sore throat. Might just be a bit of a cold though.
#11
Is that usual only to use it once a week,do you have a preventer inhaler?
banned#12
deb8z
Is that usual only to use it once a week,do you have a preventer inhaler?


it's a preventer and immediate relief in one (red cap inhaler)

but asked for the immediate relief (blue) on it's own, as I used to have blue/brown separate, when I heard about the problems people have with swine flu.
#13
lumoruk
it's a preventer and immediate relief in one (red cap inhaler)

but asked for the immediate relief (blue) on it's own, as I used to have blue/brown separate, when I heard about the problems people have with swine flu.


I've got them twisting ones, a red one and a blue one. Not used the blue one for ages but use red one morning and night.

I've also had the swine flu jab and was fine (well, as fine as i normally am:thumbsup:)
#14
ive been more wheezy past week. not enough to use my inhaler tho
suspended#15
Alfonse
it can't be accorindg to DK to the IC, its all lies sorry


No ash has fallen on England (As far as i'm aware) so why would there be any breathing problems?

Or we are due to experience a 20ft deep ash covering Alfonse?
I suppose you would know more seeing as you are qualified and all that :roll:
#16
My doc said that the volcanic ash wont affect us. Well he said the powers that be said so. But then he shared that he doesnt beleive it wont. Ive been worse this week too as, as my hubby and 3 children.
#17
DarkKnight
No ash has fallen on England (As far as i'm aware) so why would there be any breathing problems?

Or we are due to experience a 20ft deep ash covering Alfonse?
I suppose you would know more seeing as you are qualified and all that :roll:


I'm sure that everyone is lying just to wind you up
#18
I have been a bit worse than normal but nothing I can't cope with
banned#19
mikebike
I have been a bit worse than normal but nothing I can't cope with


Hi Mike,

I think I might start taking allergy tablets soon.

I am sick of rubbing my nose.
#20
http://www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/episode/b00s5fyv/The_One_Show_19_04_2010/

Nothing to do with the ash, just that the trees and flowers are starting to bloom.
#21
I think i have an allergy to dust,i only get it in the summer,in the winter it's too cold in ere i think so doesn't affect me lol

i'm fine when i'm outside etc but my nose especially in the morning drives me nuts,it's so tickly!
#22
A friend of mine works in A&E. Lots of admissions the last week.

Re, the no ash has fallen... I will direct you to my car, and it will tell you a different story.
suspended#23
Chiptivo
A friend of mine works in A&E. Lots of admissions the last week.

Re, the no ash has fallen... I will direct you to my car, and it will tell you a different story.


Where do you live?
#24
DarkKnight
Where do you live?


Wirral
banned#25
deb8z
I think i have an allergy to dust,i only get it in the summer,in the winter it's too cold in ere i think so doesn't affect me lol

i'm fine when i'm outside etc but my nose especially in the morning drives me nuts,it's so tickly!


I'm allergic to dust mites and cats I've heard contracting ring worm can help a lot but I'm finding it hard to track them down.
#26
The volcano continues to rumble and hurl ash skyward, if at a slightly diminished rate now, as the dispersing ash plume has dropped closer to the ground, and the World Health Organization has issued a health warning to Europeans with respiratory conditions

http://www.boston.com/bigpicture/2010/04/more_from_eyjafjallajokull.html

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