Can asthma cause chronic sore throat? And feeling of swelling of throat?

Allergies? You may have allergies, which could mean a chronic post nasal drip, which can cause a sore throat. A truly swollen throat may represent angioedema. To sort things out, see your provider.
See your doctor. Asthma causes shortness of breath and difficulty breathing. A sore throat may occur if there is reflux or gerd causing the asthma. Gerd can cause a sore throat. A feeling of swelling of the throat could be a serious issue or just a feeling of mucus in the throat. It would be important to see your doctor to differentiate between the two because swelling in the throat is serious.

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Has anyone had random throat swelling with no asthma and no sore throat?

Yes... Throat swelling can occur due to an allergic reaction which can happen suddenly, with no prior warning. If this happens, the person needs to get to an er for immediate treatment. There's also a condition called epiglottis which results in swelling in the throat due to an infection. This also requires going to the er for immediate treatment. These are life-threatening conditions. Read more...
Take seriously. Throat swelling can be an acute medical emergency if it affects your airway (ability to breath). There can be multiple causes from allergy to enzyme defect (hereditary angioedema) to unknown (idiopathic). You should have an Epinephrine autoinjector and see an allergist. Read more...

Headache, Sore throat, and wheezy. I have asthma. Having a cold now vs before Asthma it's a change. Wheezy feeling sucks what can be relaxful?

Albuterol. Probably best to use your albuterol to breathe easier, every 4 hours as needed. If, however, you're needing it more frequently or having a hard time breathing, time to go see the doctor. Hope u feel better soon. Read more...

I have a tight feeling central when I breath in I don't have asthma had tests but when I get sore throat it aches there?

Vocal cord problem. VCD (vocal cord dysfunction) feels like asthma but the tests are normal although flat inspiratory loop may be seen on flow volume curves. VCD is more likely on inspiration and can be treated without medication by a team of specialists including speech pathologists, ENT and allergists. Read more...
Need more . information to give specific diagnosis. Although it sounds like you may have reflux that is causing the chest discomfort whenever you have a sore throat . Best to consult with your physician so proper treatment can be initiated . Read more...

Is it true that, flu like symptoms and or sore throat sometimes be just a symptoms of coming of asthma, while having no virul/bacterial cause?

Influenxa. What do you mean by flu-like symptoms? If you are having fever, chills, muscle aches and upper respiratory tract congestion with or without GI symptoms you probably have one of several viruses that can cause a flu-like illness. Cough can suggest asthma onset but this more common in children. Your symptoms are more likely viral infection. Read more...

My 7 y/o 56lb son has sore throat, stomach, & chest pain, fever. Has asthma. Gave br. Teatment, made fever break. What causes these sx? Allergic 2 flu shot

Mgt. I would suggest having a flu test to confirm influenza. I would advise a course of anti influenza medication, since he may have the flu. Asthmatics are prone to worsening with this viral illness. If the breathing treatments are not helping a course of steroids may be used. Read more...

Tsh 0.06 T4 16.1. Chronic hives sore eyes and sometimes sore throat. My asthma is up and down. Ugh! Want to be normal again. Been too long.?

Set Realistic. Expectations. Sometimes certain diseases are chronic and never go away. It sounds like you should discuss your symptoms with your physician and/or a specialist to see if there is something to help you feel better. Read more...
Functional Medicine . You sound like a great candidate for working with a functional medicine doctor or integrative medicine doctor to find the root causes of your symptoms. You can find one near you by using the Find a Practitioner function on www.functionalmedicine.org. Read more...