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LADYKITTY
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11/23/10 9:50 P

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Great suggestion Thanks~~

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TWEETYKC00
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11/21/10 10:11 P

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maybe you could use your inhaler part way into the exercise or just after to stager the medicine going into your system. if things don't get better, go to your doctor before anything gets worse.


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WONGERCHI
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11/21/10 7:30 P

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+1 on decreasing speed.

In God we trust, all others bring data.
- W. Edwards Demings

If God invented marathons to keep people from doing anything more stupid, the triathlon must have taken Him completely by surprise.
-P.Z. Pearce

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The plural of "anecdote" is not "data".
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RUNANDRUN
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11/21/10 6:31 P

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Sounds like you have exercised induced asthma. Could you have something else going on too? Like a mild cold or a sinus infection? Also, do you use a spacer when you take your inhaler? That helps get the meds deep into your lungs.



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11/21/10 6:00 P

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Try to bring it down a little bit and see if that makes a difference. Perhaps you went up faster than your body could adjust - just for now.

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LADYKITTY
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11/21/10 2:23 P

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It happened a couple of times but now its been everytime since the incline

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KRYS210
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11/21/10 2:18 P

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Did you have this problem before the incline?

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LADYKITTY
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11/21/10 1:58 P

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*UPDATE* Doctor says its Exercise Induced Asthma

Hey everybody
Anyway this is my second week of walking the threadmill 10 mins per day and for the past couple of days I increased my incline only to 1.5 and after I finish I spin into a non- stop coughing spell for about 10 minutes or more. I have always took a puff of my inhaler before I exercise and now I don't want to stop working out I just need to know have this happen to anyone please do tell
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