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Intermittent wheezing, breathing trouble, choking, sharp needle pains after hit on the back. Cause?

Hi - I had bronchitis and asthma. Was in the ER on 11/16 - was on prednisone for 5 days. Now off, and back to wheezing , albuterol nebulizer at home only works for an hour then need it again. Today I was having trouble breathing and choked on my lunch. I was choking so bad I thought I am going to die. My brother began to hit me in the back out of panic. My throat kept clicking inside tryign to work and I couldnt talk or breathe. One time he hit me in the back and sharp needle pains ALL over my upper back started. I eventually threw everything up out of mythroat and could breathe again ( minus the asthma) Now, when I sneeze I feel these needle pains ALL OVER my upper back and I scream and want to cry it hurts SO BADLY. I am in fear and scared. I have no medical insurance...what happened to me?!?
Asked On : Fri, 30 Nov 2012
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Allergist and Immunologist 's  Response
llergies incresed beyond control of inhalers
you can continue with inhalers
stop al milk and diary products
no mustard coconut walnut groundnut and soya oils
use oilve for cooking and application
take lot of water
add singular 10 mg tds
and fexofenadine 120 mg od
can add liquid antacid tds
us for 3 wk
Answered: Sat, 20 Apr 2013
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