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Has your asthma this Spring (2011) been affected by seasonal allergies?

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My chest has become heaver and it was harder to breath so my doctor increased my Advair to 500/50 which has helped I still have problems breathing especially when the tree pollen count is through the roof.
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Cedar season here is my worst pollen season (December through mid-April).  I actually start feeling a little better in spring.  Oak pollen is a problem and sets me back some, but in general spring is a little better for me.  I can still tell when the pollen count jumps up though.  
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