Having a cough, wheezing on chest and slight shortness of breath?

Check for allergies. Is it new or chronic. Has there been a recent cold symptoms Could it be an allergic symptoms If continues you may want to see a doctor.

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30 yr old 8pack year ex smoker. No cough, no shortness of breath or wheezing, slight pain on side of chest and sometimes in chest. Scared of cancer?

Visit your doc. You are young and smoked for a short period of time (congrats for stopping, by the way) so odds of cancer are not too high. Still, i would advise you see your family doctor for an evaluation and most importantly, do not fall in the smoking habit again. Best to you. Read more...
You should be. Scared. Smokers have a greater risk of cancer. You need to see your doctor to be evaluated. Hope this helps. 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...

I've had a bad cough for two years and was told it's acute bronchitis 6 times. Now I have chest pain/shortness of breath/wheezing. What do I do?

Mgt. An inbox consultation is available and the imaging may be reviewed at that time. The imaging can be uploaded for review. Have you had a CF sweat test? Do you have a history of sinusitis or other infections? There are several possible causes and I would suggest an appointment. Read more...

I have a pains in my chest that are there a lot just very mildly but when I sneeze cough or stretch ot take a deep breath in it hurts also am having shortness of breath and wheezing?

Pleuritic pain. CP that occurs with chest movement or lung expansion suggests an inflamed pleura or airway spasm, associated wheezing suggests a potential asthmatic cause, should undergo pulmonary function studies and perhaps a trial of bronchodilators. Read more...