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How Fast Can I Make My Wheezing Go Away
Cause?: You need to work with your doctor to figure out the cause. The doctor can help then with addressing the underlying problem. It may require medication, intervention, other lifestyle modification. Seek medical advice. ...Read more
Airway obstruction: Wheezing is the musical sound created when air is rushing through a narrowed airway. When wheezing occurs on expiration, this is a very common symptom of asthma or copd. This may be accompanied by cough, shortness of breath or chest tightness if it is asthma. Less common causes of wheezing that are serious are heart failure, foreign body or tumors in the airway. ...Read more
From last 6 months I am experiencing sudden cough with wheezing sound everyday which lasts for 20 minutes and go away. What can it be?
Sinus drip?: Good evening, sanderaika sudden cough with a wheezing is likely due to a sinus drip triggering a reactivity of the airway. When anything, including the discharge from the sinuses enters the airway, the tubes try to shrink in order to keep the secretions from entering, which cause wheezing, and a sudden cough expels the drip that already found its way in. Taking care of the sinus drip will be good. ...Read more
I just ran really fast today and when i stoped i inhaled and wheezed is this normal and if not what could it be ?
Im 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
Had robotic cystectomy wed 10th and I now have a cough and wheezing. Mucous looks clear. I am scared because It's 5 days and won't go away.
For about six months, I have been having these a cough that would not go away and white mucus ball fly out . The last month I have been wheezing too?
See MD for check up: Female no stated age, having cough that would not go away and white mucus ball fly out, plus wheezing in last month; likely due to Allergies to something (s) in the living/sleeping/ working environment. Smoking, Mold and infectious elements can also lead to Asthma which seems to be developing. 6 months is long enough, should see an MD ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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