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How can I get rid of a wheezing cough?

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Dr. Kathleen Gilmore
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In brief: Potential allergen

A wheezing or a tight cough is an indication of bronchoconstriction.
This could be from an allergen, or from underlying asthma. These symptoms should be brought to the attention of your doctor. You can also be tuned to potential allergens, animal dander, hay, cleaning products, etc.

In brief: Potential allergen

A wheezing or a tight cough is an indication of bronchoconstriction.
This could be from an allergen, or from underlying asthma. These symptoms should be brought to the attention of your doctor. You can also be tuned to potential allergens, animal dander, hay, cleaning products, etc.
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