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KimonoKat
Friday, October 28, 2011, 8:30am Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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AKA Viral-induced Asthma.

One of my online friends who used to be a nurse, thought my symptoms could be viral-sensitive asthma.  I still have an occasional cough, I still have my sinuses producing mucus that runs down the back of my throat (hence the cough...it's just not as runny, mostly thick and not as much), I just don't have the wheezing.  I'm able to take a deep breath just fine.

http://asthma.about.com/lw/Hea.....-Asthma-Symptoms.htm

From what I've read, there's not much they can do about it except prescribe steroids (bronchial dialators) and wait for it to get better, which can be up to 8 weeks.

It took me over three months to get rid of this the last time to where I could see clients again.  I feel somewhat-well enough now, that I could probably see clients, but I'm going to give it another week.



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KimonoKat
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Any thoughts, anyone about using a nasal steroid?  Would there be long-term repercussions?


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ever tried collinsonia?

hope you feel better soon


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KimonoKat
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Quoted from Lola
ever tried collinsonia?

hope you feel better soon


I did last time.  This time I'm taking MSM and Stinging Nettle, Bromelain, Deflect.


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I like  saline nose drops....head back let it run back down to throat
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Here's what we use:  http://www.healthy-sunshine.com/nspshopping/shopexd.asp?ID=93  As soon as we feel a little something congestive coming on, we start taking ALJ.  If it doesn't go away, and only gets worse, we bring out the drugs:  http://www.google.com/products.....wBQ  Expec is herbal-based, but it has guaifenesin (decongestant) too.  I have mild asthma (enlarged lungs, susceptible to bacterial infections--maybe viral too), but have never had an asthma attack.  I just have to try my best to not get congested in the first place, or it goes straight to my lungs.  


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