There are 2 issues here. Firstly, you should not be using your rescue inhaler that often. You should see your healthcare provider and, if you are asthmatic, ask him to provide you with an inhaler steroid. You should rarely ever need to use your rescue inhaler. There is no relationship between using the inhaler and your chest pain, which could have a host of causes, including musculoskeletal pain, acid coming up the food pipe (GORD), etc., etc. Somebody qualified needs to look into this to help you with this.
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