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6/9/09 12:05 P

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Breathing at the end of a pregnancy is difficult for most women, period. Having asthma problems on top of it would not be fun. I hope you get relief soon.

I've been struggling for a few weeks now. I wish I knew what was triggering me so I could avoid it.

...Pam

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6/9/09 12:01 P

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i remember what i was like at the end of my pregnancy,end of october,beginning of november and i was trying not to use my spray.the dr scolded me and gave me a lighter spray to use,i was also having alot of heart burn that they was also contributing to the asthma along with this rash i had.now i think of it apart from the preclampsie they attributed everything to asthma.towards the end it was such a struggle i couldnīt even walk.i know this isnīt much help to you but just to let you know i know how you feel.good luck i donīt envy you at this time.

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6/9/09 12:01 P

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I'm really praying that your baby will soon be here and your body will get back to where it should be. Do you live in a humid area? I know that here in NCentral PA, it has been really humid...and I know it is always worse in the south! I have been using my relief inhaler about once or twice a week..compared to once or twice every couple months.


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6/9/09 10:52 A

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having on and off days, mostly off. if i have yard to do that's when it isn't pretty. pollen is a deal breaker. good luck with your asthma. can't wait to hear an update about the baby! God Bless

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I am getting down to the wire on my pregnancy but my asthma has really keep me struggling these past few days. Using the relief at least once or twice a day and staying right beside the A/C just to be able to breathe. It's a struggle for me just to take a shower without getting out of breath and getting so frustrated. Is anyone else struggling really bad?

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