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What are the signs and symptoms of mild asthma in an adult?

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Dr. Sue Ferranti
Internal Medicine
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In brief: Symptoms...

Asthma symptoms include shortness of breath, cough (usually non-productive), wheezing.
Sometimes, wheezing can be present in an asymptomatic patient. So, in the mildest asthma, there can be symptoms only at certain times like at night or with activity, or sometimes none at all.

In brief: Symptoms...

Asthma symptoms include shortness of breath, cough (usually non-productive), wheezing.
Sometimes, wheezing can be present in an asymptomatic patient. So, in the mildest asthma, there can be symptoms only at certain times like at night or with activity, or sometimes none at all.
Dr. Sue Ferranti
Dr. Sue Ferranti
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Dr. Yash Khanna
Family Medicine
1 doctor agrees

In brief: Signs SymptomsAsthma

You can only tell if you still have Asthma by your sumptoms If you have cough on and off If you have wheezing If you have shortness of breath If you still using or need Inhalers If answer to all these is no.
Then yopur Asthma is in Renission Means you dont have Asthma signs at this time,but it can flare up again sometime in future and that is a possibility

In brief: Signs SymptomsAsthma

You can only tell if you still have Asthma by your sumptoms If you have cough on and off If you have wheezing If you have shortness of breath If you still using or need Inhalers If answer to all these is no.
Then yopur Asthma is in Renission Means you dont have Asthma signs at this time,but it can flare up again sometime in future and that is a possibility
Dr. Yash Khanna
Dr. Yash Khanna
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Dr. Sunil Mehra
Internal Medicine - Pulmonology
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In brief: Cough or SOB

Shortness of breath , cough or wheeze.

In brief: Cough or SOB

Shortness of breath , cough or wheeze.
Dr. Sunil Mehra
Dr. Sunil Mehra
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