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Laying completely still for 10 minutes in tall blades of grass my heart pounded like the bass in a rap song I felt all the blood rush to my head for the first time in my life and I shut my eyes and saw blackness I knew something was wrong with me and although I had previous asthma attacks this was undescribable My mother was 30 miles away at our home unaware that anything had ever happened because my desire to continue playing soccer overthrew all the logic in my brain I continued playing and changed nothing about my life until one day three months later I walked to the top of the 3rd floor of my high school on the first day of my sophomore year and wondered how those few flights of stairs had made me so out of breath and why my heart was beating so fast I just thought to myself that it must have been nervousness and excitement from looking at that cute boy sitting next to me in my new 1st hour But still I wondered why I had no problems running 2 miles but four flights of stairs left me breathless I continued my life as normal and thought nothing of this not bothering to worry my mother over something so insignificant I would rather tell her about how excited I was to see all my friends and every detail about my new classes and teachers Another month passed and things went back to normal I had no unusual health concerns and everything in my life seemed to be going great Then one Tuesday night at my marching band practice I felt the pains again I laid down on the football field not worrying about the disgusting used athletic tape sitting on the turf right next to me I knew something had to be seriously wrong with me when I realized that I was having a so-called asthma
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