Posted by Valarie (126.96.36.199) on September 15, 2003 at 07:59:46:
In Reply to: Re: vocal chord dysfunction posted by Lori on August 29, 2003 at 18:41:18:
: : Hi, I run and usually fine at practice. Although when there are meets I get VCD. I was treated for asthema at first and nothing worked. If anyone has any suggestions that helps them under an attack please let me know.
: Hi, My daughter was recently diagnosed with VCD and the allergist told her to "stiffle a yawn". Pretend that you are about to yawn but you don't want anyone to see, you can feel your jaws and neck muscles opening. This helps her during soccer and fencing. Inhaler was no help and can also be more harm than good.
hi, my husband is in the army and has had trouble breathing during Physical training. No one can figure out what is wrong with him....they no its nt asthma because he has trouble breathing in, not out. Could this be VCD? We don't want him kicked out beacause of something he doesn't have (asthma).
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