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1/20/10 1:57 P

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I would start out slow in the beginning to see what it does to you when you work out. Also you might ask the doctor about using your relief inhaler before a workout as well. That has helped me out alot before. You can still keep up the workouts but you will just have to work yourself up to where you were.

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1/20/10 10:28 A

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I was diagnosed last year , I am new to this whole thing , does this mean I still can work out just as hard as the next person or does it mean that I have to slow down? ..

I have lost 80 lbs put 40 lbs back on emoticon ..

I don't know when I am having a hard time breathing from my asthma or if it's because I am out of shape .. emoticon

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