I've recently been re-diagnosed with asthma (09/09) after going 7-8 years without an attack. It was an extremely fast onset that to this point have not been able to shake. I work at a pet resort, and have since 04/2009, which seems to be my main trigger now. We removed the master bath in our new-ish home, project beginning in later October 2009 and subsequently, my asthma has worsened day by day.
Since then I have had my once under control (for 7-8 years) allergies tested and my most severe triggers were: dog 1, dog 2, cat 1, cat 2, horse, and cockroach. Secondary triggers were oak, cottonwood, elm, dustmites, and all three mold mixes.
My allergy testing has taken over 4 months to complete and required 1 emergency room visit along with several days off of work, though had been working with the dogs before, I cannot get through a workday without having a severe asthma attack and feeling like I will pass out.
All that said, I forgot to post the new symptom, which is tingling in the ring and pinkie fingers of my left hand that has not stopped for 3 days and at times progresses into my arm. Definitely do not understand whats going on?!?!?
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