Could allergy induced asthma turn in copd?

Yes. Uncontrolled persistent asthma causes airway remodeling that can slowly progress to emphysema (quicker in smokers and people with severe reflux). Treatment of underlying conditions can deter that from happening.
Possibly. If asthma is poorly treated, it is possible for the changes - which are typically reversible in asthma - to be permanent. So, make sure your asthma is under the best control.

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Is it possible to 16 years old have copd. I smoke e cigaret 7 months maybe 20-40 puffs a day. Ihave asthma and allergy. I have sore throat I hav quit?

Rare if ever. Some people with a deficiency in an enzyme inhibitor called alpha 1 antitrypsin may develop emphysema at a much earlier age but it will be another 2 decades or so down the road before this would happen. At your age, I think the damage caused by smoking is minimal but not non-existent. I congratulate you for quitting smoking, By the way, smoking makes your airway less responsive to inhaled steroid. Read more...
Quitting is wise. Yes, even a 16-year-old rarely can have COPD. One possible cause is alpha-1-antitrypsin deficiency, which also causes liver problems. However, your allergies and asthma seem to be enough to explain your COPD-like symptoms. Quitting tobacco (even e-cigarettes) is wise. Do not smoke or use vape. See a doctor for your allergies and asthma. There are good treatments available for allergies and asthma. Read more...

Can you have COPD when you're 27? This doesn't feel like asthma or allergies. I have every symptom of chronic hyperventilation syndrome.

Unlikely. There is a rare inherited enzyme deficiency that can cause early onset COPD but patients are normally in their forties before they are affected. Chronic hyperventilation syndrome is different from copd. If you are having breathing difficulties you should see your doctor, some simple tests can be done to isolate what it is that you may have. Read more...
Yes but think other. A genetic disease, relatively rare, called Alpha one antitrypsin deficiency can have severe forms that do this. I would have pulmonary function tests (pfts) done, with and without bronchodilator. If there is obstruction a trial of aggressive asthma treatment best be done. If there is smoking, it "must" be stopped, whatever you have. If pfts are normal during symptoms, hyperventilation is possible. Read more...
Probably but. For a non-smoker, it is highly unlikely that you would end up with COPD at your age. Even if you have a rare genetic condition with alpha-1-antitrypsin deficiency, the problem would be emphysema and not COPD and even with this deficiency it would be extremely rare for a non-smoker to develop emphysema at your age. Certainly a lung function test would help to decipher your problem. Read more...

How do you differentiate between COPD and asthma? Can stress on top of asthma, allergies, and panic attacks cause copd? I have trouble exhaling fully.

PFTs. You want to have lung function testing in a reputable lab. Check with your lung doc. Read more...
Reversibility. Asthma and COPD overlap however asthma shows reversible pft changes where the changes with COPD are more fixed. In addition COPD is a disease mostly of older people who have been smokers, asthma can affect anyone including young people and is often associated with a hx of allergies. In some patients the tow disease coexist. Stress/anxiety make both worse but do not "cause" copd. Read more...