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I strongly recommend talking to your doctor about this—assuming that your doctor isn’t one of the ones whose generic answer is “stop running”. If your doctor is not helpful, then go to a sport medicine doctor. They will be able to give you helpful advice.
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I agree that a sports medicine doctor is a good idea. I run with one friend (did a marathon with him in April) who has asthma and keeps his inhaler close by. We usually do the Galloway formula for run/walk on long runs and it’s worked out really well. Good luck.