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    Can you still give BJs or do you get out of breath too quickly / have to use your inhaler. Also have you ever had to use your inhaler during sex?
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    (Original post by 1RM)
    Can you still give BJs or do you get out of breath too quickly / have to use your inhaler. Also have you ever had to use your inhaler during sex?
    1) Never had Sex
    2) Can't really answer your question now can I?

    Anyways... my asthma isn't bad (well according to me)
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    (Original post by Anonbabes)
    1) Never had Sex
    2) Can't really answer your question now can I?

    Anyways... my asthma isn't bad (well according to me)

    oooooo someone's getting a bit sassy.
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    how often do you use your inhaler
    does it affect your drinking? (alcohol)
    does nervousness trigger the need to use it?
    do you take it everywhere with you
    have you ever found yourself in need of it without it around - if so what did you do
    has it stopped you from enjoying sports?
    have you thought about becoming a werewolf and no longer needing one (teen wolf)
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    (Original post by Breakingbank)
    how often do you use your inhaler
    does it affect your drinking? (alcohol)
    does nervousness trigger the need to use it?
    do you take it everywhere with you
    have you ever found yourself in need of it without it around - if so what did you do
    has it stopped you from enjoying sports?
    have you thought about becoming a werewolf and no longer needing one (teen wolf)
    1) Use it twice in the morning and in the afternoon
    2) I don't drink
    3) Hmm I think it does, but I've never really felt it
    4) Well most of the time I do
    5) Hm well no. Once I did like in year 10 I left it, so my friend ran and got it for me ( it wasn't urgent)
    6) Well I don't really do sports...
    7) Asthma hasn't really been a barrier for me
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    asthma & eczema?

    Jesus, how did it feel growing up in school with both of the "weird kid conditions"?

    when I was in primary school all the kids that had eczema or asthma looked like this:

    http://theredlist.com/media/database...theredlist.jpg
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    have you tried any Alternative therapies for your conditions ?
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    (Original post by Gucci Mane.)
    asthma & eczema?

    Jesus, how did it feel growing up in school with both of the "weird kid conditions"?

    when I was in primary school all the kids that had eczema or asthma looked like this:

    http://theredlist.com/media/database...theredlist.jpg
    Alhumdullilah mine isn't bad , however it used to be


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    have you tried any Alternative therapies for your conditions ?
    My condition is manageable
 
 
 
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