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  • Posted By: Anonymous
  • January 16, 2007
  • 03:26 PM

Hi,

I just came across this site and realized that I could share my story as well with the hope to get some help with the problem that I've had since I was young...as I remember!

My problem is that I have a hard time breathing...it comes occassionally but I'm not sure whether I'm allergic or something else. When I was about 13, I was in NZ at the time and I was diagnozed with asthma and I was prescribed an inhaler which I used for a few year..then I was asked to try and stay off the inhaler but keep to the exercise if it would help....it did for a while but it would come now and then.

When I started having babies, I start having problems again when i'm conceiving and it doesn't get better until I'm about 3 months or so. I cannot figure out what it is. Just recently, I had been exercising but it came back...even as I right this email I'm trying to breath. I'm able to exhale and inhaling is such a problem and I can almost not talk when I'm trying to catch my breath or even trying to swallow my food....people notice it and it's very embarrassing..they would ask...why are you breathing like that...and worst I feel pain in my chest because i have to inhale hard through my mouth...please help me find out what is wrong with me.

thanks.

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  • HAve you been checked for any blockages to the nose and throat ? There are many other lung/ breathing problems out there. I would suggest you see a lung specialist, asap!!
    Anonymous 42789 Replies
    • January 17, 2007
    • 11:34 AM
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  • Hi,I just came across this site and realized that I could share my story as well with the hope to get some help with the problem that I've had since I was young...as I remember!My problem is that I have a hard time breathing...it comes occassionally but I'm not sure whether I'm allergic or something else. When I was about 13, I was in NZ at the time and I was diagnozed with asthma and I was prescribed an inhaler which I used for a few year..then I was asked to try and stay off the inhaler but keep to the exercise if it would help....it did for a while but it would come now and then.When I started having babies, I start having problems again when i'm conceiving and it doesn't get better until I'm about 3 months or so. I cannot figure out what it is. Just recently, I had been exercising but it came back...even as I right this email I'm trying to breath. I'm able to exhale and inhaling is such a problem and I can almost not talk when I'm trying to catch my breath or even trying to swallow my food....people notice it and it's very embarrassing..they would ask...why are you breathing like that...and worst I feel pain in my chest because i have to inhale hard through my mouth...please help me find out what is wrong with me.thanks.I am wondering if you are aware of the link between "asthma" and food allergies. "Asthma" is an autoimmune response from the body. Offenses to the immune system usually start in the intestines. If your intestine is slightly perforated (by prescription drugs or Candida) the food you eat goes into your blood indigested and that is when the immune system triggers those responses that you are showing.Sometimes without the indication of intestinal permeability or of Candida Albicans, some individuals still react like that to food allergens.You need to be seen by a holistic allergist/immunologist.For now, try to take the burden of your immune system bygoing on the Cave Man diet.http://www.drcranton.com/elimination_diet.htmStart by avoiding wheat and milk.Sorry you were given medicine to suppress your immune system.The immune system is the warrior of your body- it should never be ignored.Peace.
    Anonymous 42789 Replies
    • January 17, 2007
    • 02:55 PM
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