severe asthma

Philippines
February 21, 2007 12:20am CST
Im suffering from asthma since i was in college until now. Is it true that whenever I got pregnant/already give birth my condition will get much better?
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• Philippines
12 Mar 07
try Reishi or Ganoderma Lucidum ingredient products available in DXN and Gano Excel Branches. Two years ago i have chronic asthma i took a regular capsules in 6 months. gradually my asthma cured. Until now i feel free to breath a fresh air and nothing worry to someday i would sudden attack a pesky asthma. You can visit www.ganoexcel.com.ph. Good Luck!!!
@paulnet (748)
• India
12 Mar 07
Honey is one of the most common home remedies for asthma. It is said that if a jug of honey is held under the nose of an asthma patient and he inhales the air that comes into contact with it, he starts breathing easier and deeper.
@sammantha (278)
• United States
23 Feb 07
I am a asthatic myself and had since i was about 7 years old now that i am adult it has gotten worse. Now I am useing my inhaler more now than I did in the past.
@oarnamav (2708)
• India
21 Feb 07
Asthma is characterized by a reversible narrowing of these air passages. The narrowing limits the flow of air to the lung tissue. Asthma affects almost 7 percent of pregnant women. Asthma is one of the most common diseases that can complicate a pregnancy. In some cases, diagnosis of asthma is not made until a woman becomes pregnant. How asthma affects a woman during pregnancy varies, one-third of women experience no change in their symptoms of asthma. One-third of pregnant women experience more severe symptoms of asthma, one-third of pregnant women experience improved symptoms of asthma. Symptoms may become more severe between 29 and 36 weeks of pregnancy.
@lecanis (16664)
• Murfreesboro, Tennessee
21 Feb 07
I have heard that it works that way for some people, but it's not guaranteed. I've had asthma since I was a child, and it hasn't been any better than usual since I had a baby last year. I think it depends on how your body responds to pregnancy. There are a lot of changes that go on, and some people come out of pregnancy healthier, while others have more health problems. For me, I had a rough pregnancy, and I haven't noticed any positive health changes since then.