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What’s the best option for mild problem
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PostPosted: Mon May 07, 2007 4:07 am    Post subject: What’s the best option for mild problem Reply with quote

I am 23 and noticed breathing issues a few years ago. I was in college at the time and didn't want to go to the doctor because I didn't have trouble breathing, I just didn't have as much breath as I thought I should have (and as I remembered having in High School).

After chest pains a few weeks ago, my worried and sweet wife convinced me to go to the doctor. After some pulmonary tests, EKG (to make sure the chest pains were not my heart) and X-rays (no heart swelling, thank goodness) the doctor said I had mild asthma and put me on Advair. It's been a week now, and if anything my chest hurts MORE. It's still not too bad, but I definitely don't feel any better.
I don't have major asthma attacks, but I do wake up sometimes with slight breathing issues and need to get a drink of water and cough a few times to go back to sleep. I also get a tight and painful chest (normally on the left side, but this morning on the right) sometimes.

What can I expect from the medicine and what’s the best way?

Thanks in advance!
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PostPosted: Mon May 07, 2007 5:46 am    Post subject: Re: What’s the best option for mild problem Reply with quote

And this has something to do with hunting? And We look or sound like doctors here? We do know how to stop breathing. You may need to see your doctor again and explain it to him ...Not us...

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PostPosted: Mon May 07, 2007 7:24 am    Post subject: Re: What’s the best option for mild problem Reply with quote

Dude we can tell you which gun to use or not to shot the animal that's far away so you don't have to walk as far. But I'm with Bushy try the doctor no us.

On the other side ignor it works great for me.

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PostPosted: Mon May 07, 2007 9:00 am    Post subject: Re: What’s the best option for mild problem Reply with quote

zackary welcome to the forums. Howdy

Not doctors here I dont think. We can offer hunting, fishing, shooting, firearm, marriage/relationship and even religous & political advice but not really medical advice for something like this. Confused

If the medication is making you feel worse go to the doctor and have it changed to something else to see if it works better, if you don't talk to your doctor and let him know how the medication is reacting for you then he can't do anything to try and help you. Smile

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PostPosted: Tue May 08, 2007 4:15 pm    Post subject: Re: What’s the best option for mild problem Reply with quote

Hello Zack,

Maybe a good swabbing of your tubes with Hoppe's #9 might help. Let me know if it does.
I have the Medical answers around here, Very Happy so don't expect much from Bushy and Dimitri. wtf
You can e-mail me privately for more detailed medical information if you want.

Good Luck, and I hope that your breathing gets better.

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PostPosted: Tue May 08, 2007 4:44 pm    Post subject: Re: What’s the best option for mild problem Reply with quote

zackary,
I can't diagnose your problem but my suggested cure would be,
Treat everyday as if was your last and include as much outdoor activity as your can.
Priority to; Hunting, Shooting and Fishing.
When you find yourself house bound for any reason then priority is to be given to preparing for the next time that you are outside; Hunting Shooting and Fishing.
Retail therapy is also good at anytime as long as you are shopping for something related to; Hunting, Shooting and Fishing.
Also when you talk to someone and they are not talking ;Hunting, Shooting and Fishing, then walk away as there is not enough time left to be not talking; Hunting, Shooting and Fishing.
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PostPosted: Tue May 08, 2007 7:31 pm    Post subject: Re: What’s the best option for mild problem Reply with quote

tikkat3 wrote:
zackary,
I can't diagnose your problem but my suggested cure would be,
Treat everyday as if was your last and include as much outdoor activity as your can.
Priority to; Hunting, Shooting and Fishing.
When you find yourself house bound for any reason then priority is to be given to preparing for the next time that you are outside; Hunting Shooting and Fishing.
Retail therapy is also good at anytime as long as you are shopping for something related to; Hunting, Shooting and Fishing.
Also when you talk to someone and they are not talking ;Hunting, Shooting and Fishing, then walk away as there is not enough time left to be not talking; Hunting, Shooting and Fishing.

tikkat3.......AMEN Worship Party Party

Welcome to Hunting Nut Zackary, I agree totally with all of the comments posted. Good luck with sorting out the breathing problems mate, and as tikkat3 says....Hunting, Shooting and Fishing.

Cheers, Vince

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PostPosted: Tue May 08, 2007 9:36 pm    Post subject: Re: What’s the best option for mild problem Reply with quote

I can't add a thing..... Bang Head these fine folks said it all, good luck with your breathing. Faint Smile

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