Yeah, that's what everyone is telling me. Take it slow and you'll find out what triggers the asthma. So I'm definitely gonna take it slow because I don't want to end up in the hospital again no time soon!
Elita L Noble
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Yay! I was working out all the time and I ended up in the hospital last summer. My doctor said I can exercise, just take it slow. I'm pretty much up to whre I was before. It is possible to work out-as long as we listen to our body.
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I'm fairly new to the team(joined 5-21-11). I joined one day after getting out of the hospital and finding out I have asthma for the first time in my life. I was shocking but not so shocking since I worked in one of the dirtiest places in the state(my opinion). I was in the hospital ICU for 4 days and got out after a week. I'm taking my meds I feel much better. Yesterday though, I wanted to see how my lungs would do with exercise and I was a good thing to do. I coughed a little at first but I got into the swing of things. I'm glad that asthma has not affected my ability to exercise but I still can't push hard yet. But I will progress!
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