Asthma has many different triggers, and the same things don't fit everyone. Cold gets me pretty badly. I tend to use my albuterol inhaler before I go out on cold days. The trick is learning your triggers and working with them. If you do have exercise induced triggers, exercising in short bursts lasting a few minutes at a time might be best for you.
If you're taking your medicine regularly, it might be worth seeing your doctor about it. Or even checking with another if she doesn't seem concerned. A second opinion never hurts, especially when it comes to something as serious as this, and you know your body better than anyone. If you feel like something might be going on, it probably is.
Edit: Just to note that any exercise regimen is best discussed with your doctor first :) Especially if you're still feeling it. Honestly, if mine is acting up, I take three days to a week of either light exercise or full rest to give my body a chance to rest.
Edited by: ONE48AM at: 3/20/2010 (22:22)
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