Hi Everyone! My name is Tory and I am a 22 year-old college student. I was really active until I hit college, but I was a swimmer with great breathing control, so my asthma symptoms went unrecognized. Now that I'm overweight and out of shape, things are a little different. I was just diagnosed with exercised-induced asthma a couple weeks ago and have been taking albuterol before I work out and Claritin at night for the allergies. Everything has been great except for one thing...
Every morning, I wake up with this lump in my throat and feel a little nauseous (and no, I'm not pregnant). I was just wondering if this could be related to having asthma problems at night. My doctor mentioned that people with asthma sometimes have difficulty breathing at night, but I never really thought this was a breathing problem before.
Let me know if you have ever experienced this before or just know what I'm talking about.
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