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Had asthma. Trouble breathing. Cold shivers, cough. What can help?

I had asthma when I was younger, but than it never bothered me for years. In the past 2 years its slowly coming back but This week my airways have been REALLY tight and I ve had trouble breathing and nearly passed out a couple of times. I get cold shivers but am sweating. Of a night I have a lot of trouble laying down as I cough and can t get my breath back. I take my ventolin continually all night as it wakes me up numerous times a night. I can feel the tightness more in my throat than my chest ATM, what can I do to help this?
Asked On : Sun, 29 Jul 2012
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Allergist and Immunologist 's  Response
you can get bkood serum test for food specific antibodies liklike milk wheat chana potato rice egg nuts
or any daily used food
go elimination of diet from food and you will be clear
till then go for sympayomatic rx
Answered: Fri, 31 May 2013
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