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My nose is very stuffed and I have asthma and my voice feels hoarse and im kind of having a hard time breathing. What should I do?
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Dr. Sue Ferranti
Internal Medicine
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In brief: Seek help....
Shortness of breath is a serious symptom and requires evaluation and treatment.
If your symptoms are severe or worsening, go to the er for emergent evaluation and treatment. Asthma exacerbation can be life-threatening so seek help asap.

In brief: Seek help....
Shortness of breath is a serious symptom and requires evaluation and treatment.
If your symptoms are severe or worsening, go to the er for emergent evaluation and treatment. Asthma exacerbation can be life-threatening so seek help asap.
Dr. Sue Ferranti
Dr. Sue Ferranti
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In brief: See below
This sounds like your allergies and asthma are flaring up.
You should use your rescue inhale, albuterol. Take an allergy medication, allegra, zyrtec, or claritin (loratadine). And if the albuterol does not hepl your breathing difficulty, see your doctor. Ignoer the answer from dr derrick lonsdale!

In brief: See below
This sounds like your allergies and asthma are flaring up.
You should use your rescue inhale, albuterol. Take an allergy medication, allegra, zyrtec, or claritin (loratadine). And if the albuterol does not hepl your breathing difficulty, see your doctor. Ignoer the answer from dr derrick lonsdale!
Dr. Anthony LaBarbera
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Dr. Derrick Lonsdale
Preventive Medicine
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In brief: ??diet
This sounds strange, i know, but your nasal congestion, asthma and hoarsenes are all related to exaggerated reflexes controlled by the lower part of the brain.
This part of the brain is extremely sensitive to poor oxygen metabolism and strangely enough, it causes increased unnecessary reflexes. The probability is that you need to check diet. See my blog "oxygen, the spark of life" you can google.

In brief: ??diet
This sounds strange, i know, but your nasal congestion, asthma and hoarsenes are all related to exaggerated reflexes controlled by the lower part of the brain.
This part of the brain is extremely sensitive to poor oxygen metabolism and strangely enough, it causes increased unnecessary reflexes. The probability is that you need to check diet. See my blog "oxygen, the spark of life" you can google.
Dr. Derrick Lonsdale
Dr. Derrick Lonsdale
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Dr. Anthony LaBarbera
Ridiculous answer!!! This is allergies and a possible asthma attack. I hope you have good malpractice insurance. This kind of advice is going to kill somebody!!!!
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