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PICKIE98
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4/1/11 8:36 P

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New one to me, but could it possibly be connected to some acid reflux or hernia? Something to do with your diaphragm.. Posters are right: when in doubt, ask your doctor..

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ALISONF2
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4/1/11 12:43 P

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Thanks for the replies. I'm currently working with my doctor and a specialist trying to get my breathing under control and finding just the right medications to do so. Hopefully it gets better!


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4/1/11 12:37 P

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I never have had that happen to me but sounds scary and I would definitely talk to your doctor about it. I know when I take the inhaler sometimes I get a little nauseated but not real bad. Good luck.

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Hi Alison, I understand your frustration. I like to be active and did a century ride with Team in Training. The first time I rode my bike up a long hill I got so nauseous that I pulled over about 2/3 of the way up and puked. My coach, who was great, saw the whole thing from the top of the hill and came down to rescue me. He told me to never push to that point again. I didn't and my training went much better after that. The thing is I'm not a doctor and so if there is something bad going on with your asthma (like it's getting worse) you should really have that checked out with your doctor before you hurt yourself. Good luck, Beej.


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ALISONF2
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3/31/11 10:53 A

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A problem I have been having is that when I am struggling to catch my breath, I get very nauseous and occasionally will have to run to the bathroom to vomit. I'm not pushing myself really hard at the gym when this happens, but I was wondering if this is common and if so, why does it happen?

I do use an inhaler about 1/2 hour before I work out and I take Symbicort at night, so I am treating my asthma, but I still have trouble when I try to run, even in short bursts. It's very frustrating not to mention embarrassing when I have to leave in the middle of my workout to run to the bathroom!


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