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Diagnosed with asthma, often experience a cool and sweaty sensation on the right of back. Cause?

At 52 years young, and an african-american male, I was just recently diagnosed with asthma . Needless to say, I was taken aback and tried not to panic. As an avid cyclist and speed walker, I had to alter my 30 year routine. But that is not the reason I am contacting you. For the last couple of weeks, I have been experiencing a cool, almost sweaty sensation on the right side of my back. It appears to occur when I am exerting energy i.e. performing manual labor, or washing dishes. Could you please tell me what is going. Thank you in advance. Kamari Odai; e-mail: YYYY@YYYY
Asked On : Fri, 30 Nov 2012
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ARE Y OU TAKING ANY MEDICINES ,BECAUSE MEDICINES CAN ALSO CAUSE THIS OR SECOND POINT IS THAT YOUR MEDICINES ARE CONTROLLING THE ASTHMA IN REST AND NOT DURING THE EXERCISE
SO GET YOUR DOSAGES TITRATED FROM YOUR DOCTOR SO THAT THEY EASILY CONTROL THE SYMPTOMPS EVEN IF YOU DO LITTLE EXERCISE
TAKE LOT OF WARM WATER


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