Could burning incense cause you to wheeze when you breathe - Doctor answers
Yes: Consider the odor you smell when the incense is burning a signal that something is getting into your nose & likely your lungs in the process. Some smells, perfumes, vapors, etc will trigger a natural protective mechanism in the lung. This process narrows the airways to prevent the vapor (or toxic agent) from getting to sensitive lung tissues. If you wheeze with incense, avoid it before u end up in er. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I have a burning productive cough, wheeze on intake and outtake of breath yet nurse said my chest was clear? Feel like I have a pressure on my chest.
Get a doctor's opin: Sounds like a pulmonary infection and it obviously needs proper medical attention. ...Read more
Worth a visit: First, figure out if from upper or lower airways. Upper airways: snoring/obstructive sleep apnea, stridor, septal deviation/perforation, polyp, VCD/laryngospasm, croupy cough, hoarse from larynx issues. Lower: asthma, COPD, heart failure, GERD, foreign body, pneumothorax, pleuritis, pneumonia, to name a few. Go to ER/UC EKG, Echo, CXR, PFT, pulse ox, exam, rhinoscopy. Checked out. ...Read more
What are some things that can cause wheezing only when I inhale/take a deep breath? I've had it for about 2 months and don't have any other symptoms.
Urg:constant coughing spasms:5 min:mildly s.O.B afterwards:slight wheeze when trying to breathe:zestoretic (htn)\u003e6 months:new problem \u003c1 month:cause?
Stop Zestoretic (lisinopril and hydrocholorthiazide): Women of child bearing age shouldn't use zestoretic (lisinopril and hydrocholorthiazide) as first line therapy since it's harmful in pregnancy and absolutely contraindicated. Moreover, it can cause cough. It sounds like you have asthma as well. Can you please help me understand your use of u003e6 and u003c1. I googled them and got bizarre returns. ...Read more
Does Lpr cause you to aspirate some food everytime you eat?? after eating if I take a really deep breath I hear a little wheeze?
LPR: No, this condition does not normally cause you to aspirate, unless there was so much inflammation and pain that you really can't swallow in a coordinated fashion. Hearing a little wheeze after eating does not necessarily mean you are aspirating. It could be intrinsic problems with your lungs- mild asthma. Go see your primary MD and possibly an ENT if not already done. ...Read more
I suffer from Asthma and currently have very thick mucus in my air ways which causes a wheezing sound when I breathe, please suggest some antibiotic?
Asthma treatment: 23 year old male with asthma and wheezing, complaining of thick mucus. Thick mucus could be a sign of an infection which in turn makes asthma symptoms worse and prolonged. Asthma is a disease that requires prescription therapies like albuterol and inhaled corticosteroids. I wouldn't recommend an antibiotic unless you are seen by a doctor. Often, asthma and infection are confused, needs an exam. ...Read more
Is it possible to tell if I'm having an anxiety or asthma attack, as I know both cause shortness of breath, wheezing, etc?
See your doctor: These symptoms require an evaluation in real-time by your doctor. ...Read more
I've been told that CS gas can cause an asthma attack to somebody with mild asthma. How severe would this attack be? Would it be full blown needing a hospital or just wheezing and shortness of breath? I've gotten a 76% on my asthma test.
Does Lpr (silent reflux) cause lung cancer and how likely is it? If I take quick deep breathes after eating I hear a little wheeze no allergies too
No: LPR does not cause lung cancer. Unless the acidity of the reflux is quite high (<3.9 pH), it probably would not increase the risk for esophageal cancer either. Do realize that reflux can worsen asthma symptoms and aspiration of stomach content can lead to infection in the lung. By the way, is the wheezing associated with breathing problem? Does it occur when breathing in or breathing out? ...Read more
Yes: You should be concerned enough to see a doctor about it. Either a general doctor or a respiratory specialist. They can examine you, get a good history from you and figure out what is going on. ...Read more
I'm not a everyday oxygen person, but lately I have been getting out of breathe fast when I take off the oxygen I start to wheeze y is this?
Asthma: In general, the most common causes of shortness of breath are either heart disease or lung disease. Although there are many reasons for a person to wheeze, with your history of asthma it may just be your asthma flaring up especially as the season begins to change from summer to fall. I think the bigger question is why are you requiring oxygen in the first place? Talk to your doctor about this. ...Read more
Turbulence: It's a combination of bronchoconstriction, edema, and excess mucus that partially block small airways causing whistling sounds at various tones depending on airway diameter and force of exhalation. With asthma you frequently can hear many tones at once. Areas without air flow don't make noise. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Trouble breathing: Throat/chest tightness (with or without wheezing) can be caused by many things: infection (chest cold, bronchitis, pneumonia), asthma, allergy (food, medication, environment), irritation (smoke, pollution, climate change), anxiety, decreased oxygen (anemia, lung problems, high altitude) or even heart problems. If it persists or gets worse, get checked out by your primary care doc. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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