Hi, just another question I wanted to ask as I've been wondering about it for a while; My doctor diagnosed me with having mild asthma. I need to use my ventolin usually a couple times a day and have troubles with my asthma quite a bit at night. Unfortunately I'm not 100% sure what my spirometry results were when I was diagnosed as my doctor didn't really go into them, she just said they were a bit low. I'm just wondering if that seems consistent with mild asthma or whether something else may be interfering with it as well and causing the need to use ventolin more? I just thought with mild asthma, you didn't really have symptoms that often or much at night? Thanks for advice, I'm just a little confused.
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