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Asthma, get sharp pain after coughing, have not used pump. Cause?

Hi I am getting a sharp pain after severe coughing over the last two days Also please keep in mind I m am asmatic and don t have a pump for the past 2 weeks i
Asked On : Thu, 15 Mar 2012
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Dear Fazu,
I would strongly advise you to see the Doctor now. You must never stop Prevention Inhalers, if you are a known case of Asthma. You should also keep Rescue inhaler or quick relieving inhalers, to start using at any first symptom of impending attack of asthma. Chest pain with severe coughing is one of the warning symptoms, for which you should go immediately to Emergency room.
Asthma is a disease for which you should be 100% fit. You and your family must be very well educated about your Asthma, its triggers, allergen, prevention and treatment of early symptoms. You must also know the symptoms for which you should go to see a Doctor or emergency room.
Keep well.
Answered: Mon, 9 Apr 2012
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