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Get nausea, dizziness, gagging, stomach pain, vomiting on using inhaler during running. How can I avoid discomfort?

In August I went to see the doctor because while I as running I was experiencing chest pains and tightness, the doctor gave me an inhaler (ProAir) and said I was having bronchial spasms. The doctor said to take 2 puffs before running. But ever since I have been taking my inhaler and running about a tempo to a race pace, I have been getting nauseous, dizziness , gagging, pains in my stomach area, and sometime even vomiting , the color of the vomit is usually a black or a dark dark brown. I take my inhaler from anywhere from 10mins before running to 5 mins. I drink anywhere from 64oz-32oz of water before running. I eat heathy food, but not 2 hours before running. I do not experience these types of symptoms if I am running at a slow pace, like a jog. I am a cross country runner, so I can run anywhere from 2-12 miles in a day. So my question is what is causing me to get so sick while running and how can I stop it?
Asked On : Sat, 12 Jan 2013
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Allergist and Immunologist 's  Response
You are allergic to food subtance and asthma is exxagerated by exercise in these cases
get blood seru tested for food specific antibodies
it can be milk egg wheat potato rice nuts
Till you get test add tab singular once a day
and liquid antacid after meals along with continuation of inhaler you are taking
Answered: Sat, 13 Apr 2013
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