A 47-year-old female asked about a 17-year-old female:
everyday i feel short of breath no matter what i am doing. yes i have asthma and sleep apnea but i don't like sleeping on my sleep apnea machine?
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Neurology 33 years experience
Nike Commercial Wisp: When things are EASY to do often times their value is minimal. When things are HARD to do then, almost always results have IMPORTANT VALUE. Do you take your medication and follow directions of your doctor for your asthma? Does "don't like sleeping..." mean that you DON'T use your machine as you should? Then, you will feel tired and be breathless. And nobody will be able to fix it. "Just Do It."
Last updated Jul 22, 2014
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