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Why do I always wheeze while running?

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Dr. Brian Bezack
Pediatrics - Pulmonology
5 doctors agree

In brief: Possible Asthma

Sometimes exercise can cause the smooth muscle surrounding the airways to be "twitchy" and reactive.
This narrowing of the airway lumen can cause turbulence of airflow and lead to wheezing. This is referred to as exercise-induced bronchospasm and can be treated with a bronchodilator like albuterol.

In brief: Possible Asthma

Sometimes exercise can cause the smooth muscle surrounding the airways to be "twitchy" and reactive.
This narrowing of the airway lumen can cause turbulence of airflow and lead to wheezing. This is referred to as exercise-induced bronchospasm and can be treated with a bronchodilator like albuterol.
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Dr. Jeffrey Kass
Podiatry

In brief: May have

Excercise induced asthma.
...See doctor..

In brief: May have

Excercise induced asthma.
...See doctor..
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