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Bronchitis, difficulty in breathing after drills and running, feels weak. Should use inhaler?

Was diagnosis with bronchitis(without the cough) 6 weeks ago and was told no football for 2 weeks. I was release to practice and I have been practicng for 2 weeks. My problem is I notice I am havign a hard time catching my breath after drills and running , and I do not feel i am strong like I was prior to the bronchits. Should be using my inhaler still and is my lungs still weak, or am I jsut out of shape?
Asked On : Thu, 29 Mar 2012
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Dentist, Periodontics 's  Response
Hello sir
dont worry at all ,you are not out of shape. This just because of overexertion after the rest. you need little more rest. can start slowly with light things like starting with daily walk then to brisk walk to jog to exercises to your foot ball practice.
iT TAKES TIME FOR COMPLETE RESOLUTION OF THE INFECTION. So you need to follow slow and steady wins the race.
Need not use the inhaler for long time. You will be absolutely alright within a couple of weeks. if still your symptoms worsen then contact the physician for opinion.
Take care. thank you
Answered: Thu, 29 Mar 2012
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