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Why Are Patients With Asthma Attacks Told To Breath With Puckered Lips
Asthma is a disease of the lungs caused by chronic inflammation of the airways most often caused by allergies. This inflammation results in airway swelling and hyperactivity leading to difficulty breathing, shortness of breath, dry cough, etc. MIT is a diagnosis made by combining clinical ...Read more
I have brething problem in winter time. I am a asthma patient. For the last 2-3 days my chest is paining. I only feel it when i take deep breath?
I feel heaviness on my chest, it's supposedly my asthma acting up again. Well I'm a bit concerned of how to tell my mom, because she's listened to see if I had fluids in my lungs by hearing me take in deep breaths, and my lips are it's natural color. She'
Patient has been on Coreg and was just prescribed ventolin hfa on an as needed basis. Is this combination okay? This is the only beta agonist the patient is on and I know that Coreg can cause shortness of breath and maybe even asthma, which is why I think
Complicated decision: Consider using HealthTap Prime to flesh out these answers. Coreg can cause shortness of breath, but it is an important medication in the treatment of high blood pressure & heart failure. Ventolin can counteract some of its (side) effects. Coreg generally spares the lungs, but that isn't true for all people (some react to it differently than expected). There may be alternatives - talk to a doctor. ...Read more
I was woken last night my my coughing and then i couldn't get my breath, was like a asthma attack?
Bad coughing fit.: The feeling that your couldn't breath is concerning. If you still feel as though you have trouble breathing, please get urgent help. Doubt that you just developed asthma but there are many conditions to worry about including: sleep apnea, pertussis, tonsillitis, epiglottitis, abscess (tonsillar/pharyngeal), and infections lower in the airways or lung (like bronchitis or pneumonia). Best of luck! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
It has been 5 days since my asthma attack and It's still hard to get a satisfying breath. Is that normal?
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