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    wwgd2015 posted:
    to the gentleman who is 65 with asthma, I to have asthma and has had it since moved to NC in 2005. I have had some scary times with this, My throat became so sore I could not breathe I ended up in the emergency room, where I was given intravenously antibiotic full strength for one hour and sent to an ears, nose and throat specialist, you may want to do the same, because that inhaler leave a build up in the back of your throat.
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