I was only a quarter size... If it that a lot more than that like a bucket full then there would be something to worry about. It was only capillaries in the back of my throat breaking because I was coughing at the same time. I also work in a medical clinic with a doctor.
Oh I'm going to throw the Pro - Air out .thst dabt' thing. I casn't type any,more. gn
Hara, If you are that sick you may have an upper respiratory infection which would require antibiotics. You must know this if you work in a medical office. You should never use another person's inhaler. I have bad asthma and I use symbicort for my long acting inhaler and if I have problems I use the pro air albuterol. Pro air works if you use it correctly. First of all, you should have a spacer to use with your inhaler. A spacer gets the med into your lungs and not sticking on the back of your throat or on your tongue. You do need a prescription for a spacer. All inhalers should be used with spacers. It is the best way to get the med directly into your lungs. If you have asthma then you need a long term inhaler. You should really see a pulmonologist to determine how bad your asthma may be. You need to have the lungs tests to see where you are at. Using albuterol often is dangerous to your heart. Also, it is very important to clean out the casing of your inhaler and to clean your spacer. Residue builds up on all the parts and this could clog up your inhaler and that may be why your pro air is not working. No matter what type of albuterol you use for rescue - Pro air, Proventil to name a few - they all have the propellant HFA which is what powers most inhalers now. It is not as effective as the old CFC inhalers which have been banned by the government. If you want to know more about this go to www.cfc.org and you can read about what has happened to inhalers.
Well, I came out to work today in the car, nearly hit a light pole a couple of times. I called my father at 7:30am this morning. He's the one who told me to drive out . I told him that was not an option in my very horse voice. I'm leaving work after this last lady leaves and I'm headed for the ER. Next time I'm telling my father he can stick it.
Yes, I did see all the babbling I did last night and not hitting the correct keys. I ran into my son's bedroom door three times last night. No I didn't get hurt. Thank God.
Hara, you should see a dr. immediately. Your post sounds so irrational. You should not be driving. I have never heard of asthma causing someone to be so disconnected. You may have some kind of infection. Do let us know what is wrong and if you are getting proper treatment.
OK OK OK.... Here's the update on today. It's hard to explain. I feel like it's a cross between a bad cold and a mild mild flu like symtoms. I have been to the ER today and am finally home. And here I am after a good nap and remember very little of the whole day. I got to my doctor's office at 10:30. I remember the girl at the front desk asking me I I was going to be ok. I told her I felt like I was going to pass out. Suddenly there was a wheel chair that I fell into. Then I remember riding in the ambulance to the hospital. *all I remember was that I wanted .... OUT.... of the ambulance.*
I know this part is a little off topic but I just have to tell it. My kitty Napoleon is tight to my side unless I have my son take him away. His brother Skittle almost got himself killed. He stuck his head into my bedroom and meowed very loudly. My son comes flying down the hallway, scoops him up and says to Skittle leave my mom alone or you are going to get yourself into big trouble. Then he shut my door and I went to sleep.