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Date Joined Oct 2009
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   Posted 10/12/2009 12:09 PM (GMT -6)   
Does asthma ever go away or can it lessen in severity?? My asthma used to be really bad. I almost died more than once and have also been in the hostpital for it a couple times. But I haven't had too many problems with it in a really long time so I was jus curious. confused
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Date Joined Apr 2004
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   Posted 10/12/2009 12:33 PM (GMT -6)   
At what age were you diagnosed with asthma? My son has had asthma since he was 2 years old and it was pretty bad at times. But as he is getting older (he's 18 now), he doesn't seem to have that much of an issue. But if you are on maintainance meds for your asthma, this can help prevent attacks which it may seem that you are doing better - better controlled kind of thing. Well whatever the reason, I am glad you are doing much better now! :)
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