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Shortness of breath that started from sore throat chest xray clear had this for 8 weeks never had asthma. Inhaler doesn't help neither do steroids?

You could still. have pneumonia. If your chest xray was taken several days or weeks back, it may not have detected signs of pneumonia yet. If the treatment you were Rx isn't working you should really go back to your doctor for another complete exam. If you develop worsening chest pain, difficulty/fast breathing, or any other worsening symptoms, you should be seen immediately. Read more...

Wheeze. Short of breath. Cough sometimes clear sometimes yellow. 8 pack year hist. Copd? Asthma? Just sick? Xray had hyperinflation follow up one fine.

Both. Both conditions can cause wheezing and respiratory difficulties. Best option is to start stopping smoking which would benefit both. Abn ihaler would help asthna and wheezing. Read more...
Any of number cond. Both conditions are associated with cough and wheezing. A pulmonary function test is a helpful diagnostic test which can help your physician determine the underlying cause of your shortness of breath and productive cough. Checking your temperature and providing a sputum sample for analysis may be helpful as well. Prmg will review records at attn. Prmg fax 858 259 9689. Read more...

Normal chest X-ray and VQ SCAN. Normal ekg. Chest and back pain, gurggling sound, short of breath, dizzy. Also tachycardic and dry cough. Please help.

Possible asthma. Please see a board certified pulmonary medicine expert ( pulmonologist)-ASAP- Unable to diagnose online; however, very suggestive of bronchospasm with superimposed viral or bacterial infection. Read more...
Need re evaluation. I assume you have been to the ER and were discharged. A serious cause for your symptoms seems less likely as your initial tests were normal. Among the less serious causes for such symptoms is the possibility of a chest cold and superimposed panic attack with hyperventilation. But if your symptoms persist you need to be re evaluated to determine the proper diagnosis. Return to the ER if needed. Read more...
In-Person Evaluation. You need further face2face evaluation by a physician. Sounds like you are in the middle of a work-up. Are you an inpatient or is this evaluation being done as an outpatient? Sounds like you are looking for a second opinion? Too much information is required to properly second guess your current work-up. Online is not appropriate for this purpose. Read more...