3rd May 15:27
When to go to hospital?
Be very careful about pushing your luck. I spent many a night in the ER
trying to breathe. I never thought it would progress to more than being
uncomfortable and extremely wheezy. The only way I could get relief for a
few days was to take a steroid dose pack.
Then one day, I was trying to exercise to do what I thought was something to
combat my asthma. I went rollerblading around my neighborhood. The damp
moist air and ???? triggered a terrible asthma attack that actually stopped
my breathing and then stopped my heart. I went into full cardiac and
respiratory arrest. Luckily my wife called 911 during my attack and the
paramedics were able to do CPR and restart my heart and breathing in time.
My point is Don't let your guard down. I never in my wildest dreams thought
something like that would happen to me.
After being released from intensive care, a pharmacist friend gave me
research from Dr. David Hahn regarding the relationship between asthma and a
bacteria Chlamydia pneumoniae. I was tested and found that I indeed had
this bug in my body. Using a special antibiotic treatment allowed me to
TOTALLY get rid of my asthma. I no longer wheeze AT ALL and do not have
asthma now. Last year I hiked 200 miles of the Appalachian trail without
any meds or wheezing. This year I hiked/waded in the Everglades 40 miles
and again ... no asthma no medicine nothing. I have a website @
http://www.asthmastory.com that has all the research and information from
Dr. Hahn because I am extremely grateful to have my life back and share this
information so others can benefit.
More and more doctors are becoming interested in this technique for dealing
with asthma. I've been getting a lot of encouraging and interesting email
from patients and doctors who are successful in completely curing their
asthma using Dr. Hahn's research. Not everyone is cured but a very high
percentage are. Note also that Dr. Hahn is not the only person doing this
type of research. I have information from many respected organizations and
doctors who also are trying to understand the way chlamydia pneumoniae and
asthma react. Mycoplasm is another bacteria that is suspicious.
Good luck !