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Tight chest, haven't had asthmatic flare up in years, no cough, pain in mid chest going up towards trachea, shortness of breath with activity.

Asthma symptoms. Sounds like your asthma is flaring up even if you don't have a cough or wheezing symptoms. You need to see your doctor so you can be prescribed an inhaler. You may need to have a spirometry test done to confirm an asthma exacerbation. Read more...

Experiencing chest tightness, shortness of breath, and pain mid back near ribs. No known fever. No history of problems. What could this be?

Broad range. It is hard to know without examining you first but this could be anything from anxiety to asthma attack, pneumothorax (air trapping the lung), or infection. I suggest you have it checked out with your doctor very soon. Read more...

Prickly chest pain, almost like a needle in center of chest, some chest tightness and shortness of breath but not severe. Headache. Asthma? ER?

See doctor. If the breathing problem is mild, you can wait a few days to see your own doctor. However if you have problem constantly or wakes up at night because of it, go to an urgent care if you can't get an appt with your own doctor. Read more...
Thats it. Heart symptoms can be everything you just described. Other life threatening disorders should also be ruled out. Please call 911 and transfer her to the emergency room for chest pain! Good luck and let us know! Read more...

Are chest tightness, tiredness, shortness of breath, and light headedness early, mid, or late asthma attack symptoms?

Does not matter. It is persistent asthma that is uncontrolled and symptomatic. Nightly awakenings are likely also. More importantly, the dose of anti-inflammatory medication must be increased, for example inhaled steroids. To be safe check with your lung doc to make nothing else is going on - although unlikely. Read more...
Asthma. These are common symptoms in asthma exacerbations of all degrees and should prompt you to seek medical attention. Read more...

I get shortness of breath, as if can't breath in enough air, so its easier to breath through mouth. Some times chest tightness & cough what could it be?

Many possibilities. See a lung doctor for further evaluation. Asthma comes to mind as most common in your age group, but other conditions need to be considered as well. Read more...
Worth checking out. It's hard to know, but you could be having symptoms of asthma or another lung disorder. You should visit a physician for an evaluation and exam. Read more...
Breathlessness. Could be asthma/ allergic rhinitis/ anxiety just to name a few. Anything that causes breathlessness/chest discomfort is worth mentioning to your doctor and being evaluated. Read more...
Get checked out ASAP. One of the most common errors patients and doctors make is assuming that because someone is under forty, they cannot have a serious cardiac or pulmonary condition. That is simply not true. You could be having an anginal equivalent - in other words your shortness of breath could mean your heartis notable to habndle thestrain being put on it. It sould also be pulmonary in origin. See your docto. Read more...