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Talking to Your Doctor

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If you are experiencing symptoms of asthma, or just find that you are overly fatigued, it might be beneficial to talk to your doctor about getting tested for asthma. Talking to your doctor is the first step to getting a diagnosis and begin treating your asthma.

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I used to deny it, but I don't any more:  I have doctor anxiety, alson known as white coat fever.  It's funny if you think of it, considering I work with doctors, and many are my friends.  Yet when I'm the patient I get nervous.    It's also funny considering I've had asthma my entire life, and have dealt with many…

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