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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...

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...

Is it possible to have asthma with no cough? Dr thinks I have asthma. I get frequent shortness of breath and tight chest. Very mild wheeze.

Sob. I notice you had an echocardiogram. Do you have a cardiac problem? If so, your shortness of breath, tight chest and wheezing may be cardiac in origin.See your crdiologist for further evaluation. Otherwise, your doctor's diagnosis apperas to be correct. Read more...

Asthma bothers me during exercise, even the least activity causes shortness of breath and tightness in my chest, not just cardio exercises.

Uncontrolled asthma. We don't know what type of asthma you have? At any rate you are still suffering, you need to be evaluated by an allergist/immunologist for better asthma control, meanwhile, if you exercise regularly you need to take a bronchodilator inhaler right before exercise, albuterol (ventolin), call this no in Cairo for an appointment with an allergist/immunologist if you wish, 0122-279-6437, good luck. Read more...

Symptoms: shortness of breath, muscle twitching everywhere, chest pressure, upper abdomen pulses. My cardiologist thinks its nothing. What should I do?

Correct? Your cardiologist is hopefully correct, but i would do a couple of things to be certain: first, i would check and make sure the BP in the arms and the legs are close to each other, second i would have an echocardiogram. Read more...
Chest pain. Get a second opinion. This could be nothing but yuou should talk with someone who does an exam and explains things to you. Read more...
Trust him. Your cardiologist spent 9-10 years training to know when things were important and when they were not. And in general, physicians tend to practice conservatively so as not to miss anything. For these reasons, the fact that you are a young male, and the nature of your symptoms (which sound like anxiety). I suspect they are right. If you don't trust them get another opinion. Read more...