okay so every time i take a shower i have to go as fast as possible. Why? Because for some reason the steam from the shower makes me lightheaded, nauseaus, and has even caused me to pass out on several occasions. Furthermore, this is with a door open to let out the steam. From my experiance, the longest shower I can take and maybe be able to make it out of the bathroom without collapsing is about 22 minutes. Now I've been told this might have something to do with me being asthmatic. However, it doesn't actually feel asthma-related. Furthermore, as of late, I have been almost constantly exhausted, plauged with horrible migranes, and random dizzy spells. Does anyone else think there may be something more going on here or am i just overreacting?
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