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It was during my class time that I experienced a severe asthmatic attack, but since, I have had even worse cases, I was not really frightened when this happened. My classmates told me that I fainted every now and then while I was having the attack but I feel that they are exaggerating. In spite of my reluctance, my professor called 911and the paramedics came. They put me on oxygen and monitored my pulse. They forced me to go to the ER even though I told them that this was quite usual for me. When I reached the hospital, they wanted to admit me and since I refused, they kept me there for a long time and then let me go. I would like to know whether I can refuse to go to the ER if I experience a similar episode again. I keep experiencing these attacks often and they subside on their own after a while. I use my own nebuliser for free while I have to pay to use the hospital’s nebuliser. I feel that I am worse than I was ever since I went to the ER.
You have to know that more supplies are accessible in the ER. You may refuse provided that you will sign a waiver form signifying that the hospital is not liable for any complications you will be encountering. Nevertheless, it is highly suggested for you to be admitted in a hospital for further treatment and monitoring. Who knows, your asthma may remain dormant after your hospitalization.