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Old 10-16-05, 04:47 PM   #1
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I just can't seem to have everything perfect for riding these days. The past two times I've gone out for a ride I'm walled by this pain in my throat that creeps down to my chest. Along with the pain comes nausea soon thereafter. WHAT IS WRONG WITH ME? I should say that I haven't been able to go out with any regularity these days because of school. Could this pain be caused by lack of conditioning? It's so frustrating when I have to stop every couple miles because it feels like I'm either gonna throw up or that my throat is gonna just "burn" off. Thanks for any advice guys.

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Old 10-16-05, 04:58 PM   #2
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I had similar symptoms to yours back in spring of this year. The problem for me was alergies. I ended up getting a prescription from the doc and it cured me up pretty quick. (Sorry, I don't recall what the prescription was called.)

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I had similar symptoms to yours back in spring of this year. The problem for me was alergies. I ended up getting a prescription from the doc and it cured me up pretty quick. (Sorry, I don't recall what the prescription was called.)

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Hmmm, what was the allergy?
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It was pollen back then.
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It was pollen back then.
k, thanks. I'll definitely look into that.
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