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Do I have Asthma?

Have you been told by other people that you might have asthma?? Consult your physician for a full diagnosis! ! Any Suggestions here?

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  1. Marlena Reply:

    How to Treat a Dog's Asthma Attack. Dogs don't generally suffer from asthma, but they can have an asthma attack based on their environmental surroundings. Source:http://www.ehow.com/how_4474058_treat-dogs-asthma-attack.html

  2. Joslyn Reply:

    I would definitely ask your doctor about this one. Growing up I was diagnosed with asthma and chronic bronchitis. It is possible that you have seasonal allergies which cause the asthma symptoms to flare up. It is possible that an inhaler co

  3. Ashly Reply:

    To check if you have asthma they do a peak flow test, they make you blow into a peak flow which is a rectangle thing with numbers on, it has a tube on the top for …

  4. Oretha Reply:

    Asthma was first discovered during Hippocrates era, a greek physician, around 450 BC. The word Asthma is derived from Greek meaning gasping or panting. For more on asthma visit http://www.healthquadrant.com/rsa/… Source:http://answers.ask.com/Health/Diseases/when_was_asthma_first_discovered

  5. Alma Reply:

    Asthma is caused alot of time by allergies or having problems with allergies in the air. Most people that have asthma have issues with breathing and the allergies will close off the area in the lungs. Source:http://answers.ask.com/Health/Diseases/what_cause_asthma

  6. Iris Reply:

    Asthma is an inflammatory condition of the airways. It is more common in individuals that have allergies and appears to have a genetic component. The symptoms of asthma include wheezing, coughing and tightness in the chest. Source:http://answers.ask.com/Health/Diseases/what_is_asthma

  7. Jessika Reply:

    Having a degree in Human Biology, I could go into great detail as to the effects you are subjecting your body to by doing this! However, quite simply Marijuana does not have any proven effect on the PHYSICAL well being of humans, mental damage however is a complete different story! So, by the effects you have described above, I would conclude it is not the Marijuana that is causing this! To be quite honest, without being rude, smoking anything (tobacco/ Marijuana) is quite frankly absolutely absurd when you have asthma! No matter how mild it is! And I assure you if you carry on doing this, you will have many breathing problems in the future! If you are going to continue to use Marijuana, I would suggest eating it, although really you shouldnt be using it all!

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