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A Case Report of Asthma Exacerbation Induced by Excessive Drinking Water.

Excessive water consumption is an extremely rare and potential asthma risk factor with very few cases reported in the literature. Common triggers of asthma include genetic factors, smoking, allergens, and viral respiratory infections. The adult patient with asthma reportedly drank too much water and was unable to get relief from his asthma while hospitalized. The patient's asthma was better controlled with the use of diuretics and control of the patient's fluid intake and output. This case explores asthma induced by excessive drinking of water.

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