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Re: Re: Today/now polls

Take the test and find out just what you are allergic
too....well worth it.

Once I found out that my problem only comes in when
the grass is pollenating, and no other time, I can
adjust my schedule to limited exposure.

They also have meds that help prevent attacks. I found
that the shots did not work for me, but others have
been successful.

who has the type of asthma that shows no signs, then
20 minutes later I am gasping for my last breathe...
very scarey!

--- F M Ferrari <fm4re@swbell.net> wrote:

> Hello Pam! I've been "out of it" all summer.
> Diagnosed with asthma, I've
> been low key just trying to focus on getting well
> and adjusting. Luckily
> for me, my allergist is a gardener, active in the OK
> Hort group and
> understands. But, just this past month, I'm back out
> in the yard and
> even back to my riding although I had to put my
> horse down a few weeks
> ago. So, been meaning to ask the group about how
> they garden and handle
> the allergies and asthma. Fran, OKC

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