If you haven't been in to see a pulmonologist lately you may want to get in to see one. They can easily test to see if your asthma is still present. My son has asthma but not typical. The doc said that it may be his small airways that are affected. But he doesn't take asthma medication on a regular basis, mainly when his allergies act up and it affects his breathing. He can hold his breath for a long time, has a great peak flow but when he runs or does anything physical he tends to get short winded.
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