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Asmatic Kiss?

Guys! my current girl is asthmatic. my first kiss with her was the best ive ever gotten.After then all i get is an infrared kiss.i mean alwz so brief.ive complained and im even tired of coplaining any further.not too long ago i ovahrd somone say asthmatic patient dont kiss 4 long.is this true.

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You can become asthmatic in adult life.

Or as a child, and grow out of it.

I grew out of it.

Don't treat it like it's a disease, that's the impression I get, reading between the lines in your posts.

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@ Siena,

Tanx.From your first line you said you suffered from it as a child.Does that mean u are no more asthmatic.Any future chance for total recovery? I'm in love with my girl but this is one of the few problems i'm encountering because i love to kiss alot.

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@nana, lololol

Abeg Poster no kill the girl!!

manage wetin you get o

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I'm no doctor, but I experienced asthma when I was a child.

During an attack, you experience breathlessness, as your lung capacity is reduced, as they fill with fluid.

You have less air space, and it's often worse at night, when you lie down.

Relief can be gained by sleeping with your head fairly high, with several pillows.

In extreme childhood cases, attacks could be fatal, as young children are less able to inhale enough air to fill their lungs, and could suffocate.

These days, there are a lot of inhalers on the market, so attacks are less severe, and more manageable.

That's the reason your girlfriend may be unable to give the sort of long, lingering kisses you'd like.

In most cases, you tend to hold your breath during kissing, an asthmatic sufferer experiencing an attack, needs to inhale deeper and quicker to fill their lungs.

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@Poster

have u tried gonorrhea kiss?

or herpes kiss?

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An asthmatic will get short of breath, during an attack, so yes, it's true.

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Na wa O. U wan take her breath away ni?

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