Asthma is restriction of your lung capacity that comes on slowly and then kicks your rear. Once it starts you can not stop it you have to be aware of what triggers it and know when you are starting an episode then you can get ahead of it and ride out the storm. When you have it bad steriods are used to get your thru it. My daughters had it young and grew out of it. They all said it was like a giant squeezing all of the air out of your lungs.
I had all of the inhalers needed and a nebulizer, these work. Cough suppressant/syrup, musenex won't help. Antibiotic, no don't think so?
You need to use the nebulizer and inhalers and ride it out. The steriods are not great for you, but in an emergency could be used.
Edited by karpbuster (09/14/17 02:11 PM)
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