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Posted by: Cyril Maphumulo | 2010/11/16

Short Breath

How can the short breath be treated?

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If you are referring to asthma, an inhaler such as Ventolin may help to reduce acute attacks. These are available over the counter.

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Posted by: KERR | 2010/11/26

I DNT HAV ASTHMA ...BT 4 SUM TYM NW IV HAD SUM DIFICULTY IN BREATHING ...

I SUMTYMZ FEEL DAT DA BREATHS DAT I TAKE ARE NT SUFFICIENT ENUF N ALOT OF DA TYM HAV TO TAKE A DEEPER BREATHS. WHICH LEADS TO DIZYNESS AT CERTAIN TYMS . ITS MRE OF AN " ON N OFF"  THING..

WT SHUD I DO?

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Posted by: pharmacist | 2010/11/23

If you are referring to asthma, an inhaler such as Ventolin may help to reduce acute attacks. These are available over the counter.

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