Well. That was scary. My girlfriend has asthma, and just before she had an attack. She started wheezing a bit, so I asked if she needed her puffer, by the time I got it and turned around. She was saying she was fine in very slurred words. I gave her the ventalin and she had two puffs, but the puffer is pretty much empty, so she didn't get much. Her eyes started drooping and then she just fainted/passed out and leant sideways onto me. I had to shake her and call her name loudly to get her to even move (She was limp for about 5-10 seconds).. She then kept passing out for a second or two for about 4 more times. I got her to sit up and kept trying to get her to talk and stay concious. It took her a while, but she finally started taking deep breaths and gained ability to slightly breath again. I gave her puffer a really good shake and she got a real good shot of ventalin out of it. So she seems to be fine now (she's sleeping) and i'm just checking up on her regularly. I'm just kind of worried about the morning, and if she will need vent when she wakes up or during the night (Theres no more here, or at her house, and it's late at night and no chemists are open).. Anyways.. If i'm in this situation again, what's the best thing to do? My next move would of been to call an ambulance if she didn't get that ventalin.. But in the meantime, what's the best I can do for her? Should she be sitting up or lying down? Breathing through nose or mouth? I offered a drink, but then realised something cold would be bad. So yeah... I had a search on the net straight after, but didn't come up with much. Any asthma sufferers out there? Or anyone with tips on what to do? It sure was freaking scary.. Thanks.