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Causes Of Bronchial Breathing
What should I do if I have bronchial induced asthma and i woke up barely breathing. Should i be worried?
Be concerned: Asthma symptoms can worsen at night and this usually occur between 2-3 am. This is frequently the first sign that asthma is not controlled. If this occurs more than twice a month, then an asthma specialist should be seen to evaluate for persistent asthma. Other causes of difficulty breathing at night should be sought including sleep apnea. ...Read more
Potentially: The most common bronchial challenge test is called a methacholine challenge test. This test can be "false positive" in patients who recently had the flu or who have seasonal allergies. The interpretation of the bronchial challenge test requires a physician who has extensive knowledge of the patient. ...Read more
If you had an obstruction in you bronchial tube or airway would your ixygen level be normal. Wouldn't you have labiref breathing?
Not all ways: Depends on the level of the blockage, and the underlying lung pathology. ...Read more
My 2 year old has a high fever of 102-104, a bronchial kind of cough, hoarse voice, heavy breathing, and does nothing but lay around and sleep. Help!
Yes.: If you reacted to the challenge that means you may have reactive airways to a certain exposure. Also depends at what dose you reacted. Need to take the results in clinical situation. A 'negative test' is not asthma. Positive depends on why you had the test and there are other causes for positive test. Clinical eval is the best. ...Read more
Spine Joints/Nerves: Facet joints are places on the spinal bones where two bones actually meet and articulate, therefore a facet joint injection is into that place where they meet. Many times arthritis or inflammation can arise here and cause pain. Epidural injections are also helpful to reduce inflammation into the spinal canal area or around the spinal nerve roots exiting the spine. ...Read more
Breathing : Anything from a cold with a bit of congestion to airway obstruction, also heart disease may have respiratory problems, it depends if there are other signs and symptoms such as cough or shortness of breath. If it is a recurring problem or you have other symptoms i urge you to consult your doc. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
No: Please contact your doctor. Your breathing symptoms are not normal and cannot be diagnosed on this forum. You need medical attention. Please take care. ...Read more
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