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What some of the symptoms of bronchospasm?

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Dr. Taj Jiva
Dr. Taj Jivaanswered
Internal Medicine 46 years experience
Bronchospasm: Bronchospasm is a physiological response to various airway irritants, dust, cigarettes smoking, viruses etc. Diseases like bronchial asthma and congestive heart failure, fluid in the lungs can cause bronchospasm. The symptoms are shortness of breath, wheezing, chest tightness, cough etc.

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