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I am new, just found out I have asthma. Had no idea but feeling fatigue, yawning alot and some burning in chest. I have no one in family who has it. What is the cause?
my dry cough is ascerbating my asthma today. Really struggling 🙁
Hi krishwaecosse, good point. I’ve never had a quantification or classification of my asthma either. Only the blanket illness. Maybe a good question for our doctor on our next visit? Let us know what they say, we are also interested in knowing.
-Samuel, Asthma.net Team
Thank you for sharing with us, krishwaecosse. Your situation at work is understandable. Thank you also for teaching, it can be a really intimidating position, especially with early adolescents. I can understand why you’re stealthy about it; I was too as a youth climbing coach.
I don’t think at any point a doctor has said what level my asthma would be considered. Not that it makes any difference to how I feel, but it would be interesting to know.
Many people experience asthma letting up as they age, at least temporarily, sometimes becoming more sensitive again in later years. My asthma is almost identical to your’s, also getting triggered more during the winter months.
I certainly understand stealth inhaler taking. I work in education, and the last thing you want is a class of 7 year olds staring on as you’re trying to take your inhaler and catch a breath. Yes I might hold off longer than I should while at work, but the reality is that while I value my health, I also don’t want to be seen as the sick teacher who…
I had similar (but not as severe) experiences. I’m still trying to overcome that and become an engaged and aware patient because I know I frustrate my doctors. As a kid, I wasn’t well-educated about my asthma and my symptoms were very poorly controlled. Now, when I have a flare-up, I compare it to how I felt almost every day of my childhood and…
Hi LeighAnn and thanks for letting us know you feel good (when you posted this 12 hours ago). I hope the feeling continues for you! Leon (site moderator)
Hi WheezyMe and thanks for your comment on this post by Theresa. I’m sure she will be gratified to see you enjoyed it. All the best, Leon (site moderator)
Hi Shellzoo and thanks for your post. We appreciate you sharing your history and how you’ve come to understand better, and manage your condition! Your consistent posts and input are appreciated by the community. Wishing you continued wellness. Leon (site moderator)