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Asthmatic Bronchitis?

I have never had asthma or any other resp illness, besides common colds.. I havent' been to a dr. for illness in about 5 years - I am extremely healthy. The other night, I took my daughter to a petting zoo and developed an immediate allergic reaction


that is funny, I was told today that I have asthma and bronchitis. My doctor told me they can affect each other but they are not one in the same. I will have to continue to take medicine for the asthma. I would consider getting a second opinion.

Asthmatic bronchitis?

My 5 month old daughter was just diagnoses with asthmatic bronchitis. The dr said it was probably due to allergies. Could this actually be cause by animals? I have 2 cats and I know that the dander can cause congestion, but will my daughter continue


People with asthma or chronic bronchitis often develop asthmatic bronchitis. Patients who suffer from asthma develop asthmatic bronchitis when their previous respiratory condition becomes severe and persistent, causing permanent obstruction of the respiratory


I am 27 years old now, and when I was a child I too had Asthmatic bronchitis. I don't beleive that mine was due to animals because we didn't have any at that time. When I was 4 years old my tonsils were removed, and ever since then I never had any problems.


People with asthma or chronic bronchitis often develop asthmatic bronchitis. Patients who suffer from asthma develop asthmatic bronchitis when their previous respiratory condition becomes severe and persistent, causing permanent obstruction of the respiratory