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Some background – He has extreme asthma (almost killed him twice) and goes through inhalers like crazy, extremely allergic to dust and too much contact with cat hair. Every night for the last week or 2 his chest has hurt from the effort to get air in and he’s been drinking Benadryl almost every day. He often has to take a shower several times a day from getting itchy. Normally when he wakes up he has to sit there and cough a while and use the inhaler…but not today.
I was skeptical but hopeful…but holy crap, it’s 3 pm and he has been up to his eyeballs in dust and cat hair…and hasn’t used his inhaler once today nor had an itch or sneeze.
9:30 pm – He spent the day vacuuming, dusting, hanging pictures, playing with 3 cats, cleaning up mounds of cat hair that had collected under and on furniture, still didn’t need his inhaler or start sneezing.
Day 2 (today):
I think we’re both dumbfounded at this point to go from life-threatening breathing issues almost daily to not even needing his inhaler or having any allergies at all within a span of 2 days. In all the years I’ve known him, I’ve never seen him not need his inhaler at all for more than one day, and certainly not when being elbows deep in dust and cat hair. He doesn’t have insurance, so he buys inhalers off of people on craigslist at 30-40 bucks a pop, sometimes the only ones available when he runs completely out are 1.5 hours away and he drives 3 hours to go get them because it’s a #1 priority that he has it with him at all times.
He’s actually been in a coma for 3 weeks about 11 years ago after they sprayed the city with West Nile Virus insecticide. He almost died again from his lungs shutting down on him about 3 years ago too from the same spraying. Every time there is a fire, he is on the verge of that happening again.