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Asthma Inspiratory Or Expiratory Wheeze
Possible stridor..: If there is a high-pitched sound when you inhale, this could be stridor which is caused by a narrowing of the upper airway. You need to see a doctor asap; if you are short of breath, go to the er. If this is stridor, it could lead to upper airway obstruction, which can be life-threatening. Get to a doctor today for evaluation and treatment! ...Read more
Sound similar to inspiratory wheezing but through my nose not lungs that's daily and all day long? Some snoring at nightNever had asthma or allergies
Allergies: People do not realize you can have inflammation of the nasal walls without knowing you have allergies or even have tumors called polyps. I would recommend having your doc look into the nose to see what the problem is. You may be sensitive to foods or chemicals you are being exposed to or even medications. ...Read more
I jogged on the spot for 1 minute and began breathing in a strange pattern and made a wheezing I have no known asthma I was tested 6 mnths ago causes?
Multiple symptoms: Cardiology-- Seeing a cardiologist might be of benefit since you have other symptoms. Wheezing can be caused by either cardiac (heart) or respiratory (lungs). Other symptoms of blood pressure, exercise intolerance can suggest benefit from a further workup from a heart doctor. ...Read more
Loud wheezing whistle like noise when breathing in? I'm a smoker no asthma what could it be thanks no chest pain or cough just loud noise
See your PCP: Noisy breathing comes from disruption in the otherwise smooth flow of air in your airway and lungs--like the last bit of milkshake sipped through a straw. Disruptions can be caused by simple mucous or more insidious things. First concerns: narrowed airway from inflammation (asthma?), infection or cancer (after all, you are a smoker) need to be ruled out. See your doc asap to be sure. ...Read more
Lung vibration when breathing in only on left side, also a wheezing sound on exhaling, pf is normal I do have asthma, does this sound serious?
Your symptoms: Are too complex and incomplete todiagnose over the net. You need to be examined and likely have at least a chest x-ray. Do not delay. ...Read more
32 y/o asthmatic, gurgling/wheezing sound from chest which isn't normal when breathing in and out, productive cough, pf 54%, advice please?
All wheezes is not a:
All that wheezes is not asthma and all asthma does not wheeze
the following conditions can cause wheezing
heart failur (cardiac asthma)
viral infections in ifants
allergic reaction to food or insects
bronchiolitis in children
foreign body in bronchi in children. ...Read more
WHeat, egg, milk..: The most common food allergens in children are wheat, egg, milk, peanut and soy. Food allergies commonly cause eczema, hives, anaphylaxis. Foods are unusual triggers of asthma, although that can occur. Children with food allergies tend to have more severe asthma, but that doesn't mean the food allergies cause the asthma, more a reflection of their allergic tendencies. ...Read more
Asthma: There is no substitute for your 'pumps, ' see your dr. Asap. ...Read more
Usually...: Wheezing that occurs during or right after exercise is typically caused by exercise-induced asthma. Some people have only exercise-induced asthma without having asthma symptoms at any other time. The treatment involves using a bronchodilator inhaler pre-exercise and right after exercise, if needed for symptoms. See your doctor for diagnosis and treatment. ...Read more
Are you sure:
Wheezing is evidence of reactive airways and/or inflammation. Some may have reactivity during respiratory illnesses and therefore would not carry the label of asthma. If more chronic, some degree of asthma may be the appropriate designation.
More important is to be evaluated to see if an acute or chronic medication can help your symptoms. ...Read more
Possibly...: Sometimes patients w/asthma cough and don't wheeze. To determine if you have this, your doctor could send you for pulmonary function testing and, if normal, you could inhale a chemical that will induce bronchospasm if you are sensitive. If this is positive, your cough is likely due to bronchospasm and treatment can be given. ...Read more
Perhaps: Wheezing is the sound of air moving past an obstruction in your breathing tubes. Because airway narrowing in asthma is variable and reversible wheezing will be present at some times, absent at another. Your physician can use a stethoscope to listen to your breathing & determine if the sound you are hearing is really wheezing. Why not make an appointment today? ...Read more
Need inhaler: The preferred treatment for relief of asthma symptoms including cough, wheezing, chest tightness is albuterol by inhaler or nebulizer. Avoiding the trigger (smoke, etc) can help and remaining calm will help, but asthma can be serious (life-threatening) and delaying treatment with medications can lead to poor outcomes. ...Read more
I don't have asthma, I recently started to wheeze, and have a slight coff, what home remedy can remove it?
Is it still considered asthma even though the child doesn't have any problems wheezing or breathing unless sick?
I'd onli wheeze in cold climates, when some1 is smoking or wen I laughed too hard at nite. M I asthmatic? There's family hist of asthma
I've never had asthma before but I'm in belieze and I've been experiencing a lot of wheezing. Should I try and get an inhaler? If so, what kind?
Wheezing: Beside asthma, bronchitis and other lung or heart diseases can cause wheezing. I would suggest you see a local physician for better diagnosis. In the mean time before you can see a physician, an albuterol inhaler might temporarily relieve wheezing. However you still would need to be seen by a physician so no severe pathologies are missed. Have a safe trip. ...Read more
What causes a wheeze that will not disappear, had it for over a month, have asthma, using inhalers so asthma is controlled. Peak flow normal. Confused?
Wheeze: I bet a complete pft with a flow loop will be abnormal. Pefr has limitations. ...Read more
Wheezing causes: Other causes of wheezing include: heart failure, foreign body in the lungs, lung sarcoid, hypersensitivity pneumonitis, aspiration and sometimes even vocal cord dysfunction. There are others and a pulmonologist or allergist is specially trained to diagnose these lung diseases. ...Read more
Get checked: The diagnosis of asthma must of course be made and your severity level. This is done by spirometry. This will determine if a controller must be added to your already rescue inhaler. An action plan should also be drawn up between you and your physician. This will tell you what to do and when. ...Read more
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