"Breathe Normal," She Said
By Four Walls
May 26, 2017 8:00am CST
My mouth was filled with a mouthpiece hooked up to a pulmonary function testing machine, or I would have said, "It's breathe normally!" And that's how my Thursday afternoon went. The pulmonary function test showed no decrease in lung functioning, no evidence of blockage or COPD, and nothing else beyond what I've known for years: I have pretty severe, chronic asthma, and I live in a terrible place to have severe, chronic asthma. They're going to try a new inhaler for me. Meanwhile, things are stable!! Here's a good song title about being an asthmatic
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I'm sorry your have asthma, it is not easy to control. When I was younger I had allergies and often couldn't breath normally, ( but not asthma) as I aged I lost all my allergies except grass - the only reason I know that is a doctor asked me to get tested before he did surgery on me.