Posted on 5/20/19 1:09 AM
@Metzmary I agree. But everytime I think like that. I try to tell myself - the "normal people" I see walking around every day enjoying things that may cause an asthma attack for me - I remind myself that they too may have something else limiting themselves. A friend of mine who I recently met - been friends for about 4 months from work - I always figured he was just a healthy normal young person, but actually he is in chronic pain and drinks stuff to help him with it and cannot do anything physical because of it.
Posted on 5/20/19 1:11 AM
@Donmarie Yes, Yes, and Yes. I am exausted from doctor visits. Asthma is just one of my ailments so I see doctors for other reasons as well. What about you?
I am sorry your doctor is not sure if it is asthma or lung cancer? I would seek a second opinion and make sure it is not lung cancer.
Posted on 1/27/20 1:19 PM
My asthma is acting up this week and it's got me exhausted...
Posted on 2/10/20 4:52 PM
I was diagnosed when I was about 6 years old. Those were hard times for me and my family and I got traumatized from the countless attacks where I lay on the floor totally helpless and nobody knew what was wrong. Then finally one time they diagnosed me and now so many year later I still get scared whenever I feel my chest tightening. The worst thing abt it all is not being able to do the things you would like to. I am so sick of always going to the doctor/hospital but never getting answers on why my asthma got so bad and uncontrollable. My meds just don’t as good as they should and the doctors are searching for answers. I have and appointment at the hospital on Thursday, really not looking forward to it.
But you gotta do what you gotta do☺️