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    This is the first pregnancy Ive had where my asthma has flared up to become very annoying. I too only used to get it after colds etc...now Im taking ventolin almost every hour, wheeze and crackle constantly (even after ventolin) and need to take a big gulp of air every few breaths to get enough oxygen in...it sucks.

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    If your asthma is worsening in pregnancy and your dr isn't listening/isn't wanting to change your meds or your concerned. You should present to emergency, I can assure you they will take your asthma very seriously


 

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