bronchial asthma at what age begin?

Philippines
February 8, 2007 1:03am CST
at what age did your bronchial asthma begin? - for me it begins at age 24.just last year when my bronchial asthma trigger after my postnatal.
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@villageanne (8579)
• United States
12 Feb 07
I had a bad case when I was just 3 days old. I outgrew it and now I have it again.
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• Philippines
13 Feb 07
i had my first bronchial asthma attack last january 09, 2007 i cannot control it anymore.my husband rush me in the hospital for the nebulizer and oxygen. your asthma trigger again maybe because you have colds or your always tired.sweets can trigger asthma. thank you for sharing.
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• Philippines
12 Feb 07
i show some signs of bronchial asthma, but I still have to see the doctor to confirm this. I hope it's not. I've been coughing, sneezing and sniffing for about two months, but I dont let it stop me from doing my job and house chores.
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• Philippines
13 Feb 07
at first that is my signs.after i sneeze for several times my breathing is abnormal and there is a whistling sound from my throat.also i suffered chest and back pain. i decided to go to doctor for check up for confirmation of what i am suffering.he said that i am suffering mild bronchial asthma.so he advise me not to work in a dusty place.but i can't help myself to work in dusty place i don't want to see our house dirty.all i do is to cover my nose and mouth just not to smell the dust that can trigger my asthma. set an appointment for your consultation to your doctor so that you will know your health conditions and to prevent.
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@ronita34 (3923)
• Canada
20 Feb 07
I was first told that i had a slight case of asthma but just recently found out that i now have severe asthma. I am also 25 and i will admit it is rather scary but i guess the best we can do is to try to avoid all of the things tat may trigger an attack and stay as healthy as possible. Good luck and God Bless!
• Philippines
9 Mar 07
yes your correct.all we need to do is to avoid those food and other things that will trigger an attack.thank you very much for your reply