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An_252277 posted:
I suffered from much the same stuff. I, instead, chose to go to a chiropractor and get adjusted rather than tubes. He explained that the nerves weren't working properly and that was the actual cause of my problems. Since I've been going I don't have to take asthma meds anymore and my ears have since cleared up. It's amazing and I highly recommend everyone try that option!
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sgbl88 responded:
For some people, chiropractic care may offer some relief. It does not work for everyone and should be used cautiously. It did nothing for my asthma. I do give the chiropractor credit for curing my TMJ and related severe headaches.

Asthma still needs to be monitored closely by both the patient and a medical doctor.

An asthmatic should always keep up-to-date rescue meds hands.
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