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    How To Avoid an Asthma Emergency
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    Chris_WebMD_Staff posted:
    How to Avoid an Asthma EmergencyAsthma attacks rarely happen without warning. Knowing the signs of a pending attack could help you prevent an asthma emergency. In fact, acting quickly could save your life.
    Click on the next slide to see the warning signs to watch out for.
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    jis4judy responded:
    Hi Chris even though my asthma has taken a break I used to get an itch just under my chin and that to me was a signal that asthma was gonna have a problem
    Hugs Judy:)


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