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Exercise induced asthma. Why dry mouth and weight gain? Why were veins protruding on stomach?

Hello, After swimming a few laps I had what I will say was excersize induced asthma . I KNOW I have allergy induced asthma, but have not positively tested for any other types. After two uses of my inhaler (albuterol) I went and sat for 15 mins. I was quite shaky and vision blurred a little, but I could breath again. We drove home and I was still quite shaky and my heart felt pounding. I took a hot shower and rested on the couch for several hours. As I was changing for dinner I fel much better if not still weak, I noticed my torso was covered with very prominent veins, normally you cannot see them. I have been sufferingfrom intense naseau, and allergies since moving tothe movave desert. An airborne allergy test showed I am ONLY allergic to mesquite trees. I have dry mouth and weight gain since starting singular in march. I am 28 to white female, but tan so my veins don t normally show as much. I have always had great blood pressure.
Asked On : Fri, 17 Aug 2012
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the medicines controlling asthma suddenly leave their effect after long time and they are able to control symptomps at rest but not in exercise
so need more bronchodilators
you can increas singular as it has no side effects
add ventrolin syp for bronchodilation
and apply neomycin h eye ointment in nose bd for air induced allergies
get blood serum tested for specific antibodies for milk wheat potato rice nuts egg
go for elimination anf your disease will be controlled to maximum amunt wi less med
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