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I... I can't breathe *wheezing*
*Wee ooh, wee ooh*
Jen loved sports and couldn't wait to start middle school just so she could go to P.E. and run. She was also thinking of trying out for the track team.
Hi Jen, hello Ms. Jackson, after going over the results of Jen's exams and the details of her experience, Jen has a sever form of asthma
After stretching, she started the mile warm-up that everyone had to do before they played any games. But today was different...
You can still play sports but listen to your body and be mindful of how much activity you are doing. I'll prescribe you an asthma pump that you can pick-up today.
After a while Jen couldn't take it and collapsed to the ground in tears. She was taken to the hospital in an ambulance.
How do I even explain to my friends what happened to me?
Jen and her mother found out later that day after an X-Ray and a couple of tests, that she had a severe asthma attack.
The doctor explained the basics of her condition and told her mom everything they needed to know as far as physical activity, health, and medicines.
While in the car Jen thought about how did she even get asthma, how is this new thing going to impact her life? She had so many questions.
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