(HealthDay News) - People with asthma should be aware that some medications may actually worsen symptoms.
Here's a partial list, courtesy of the American Academy of Family Physicians:
If you notice shortness of breath or similar asthma symptoms after taking any medication, speak to your doctor. You may be allergic to that medication.
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