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I have a question to ask. I used to suffer from asthma quite badly as a child, but it went away with age and I haven't had issues with it for many years, probably around 10 or so.
I was wondering if it was possible for asthma to recur in a situation like mine, further down the line? The last few weeks I've noticed a slight tightening in my chest every now and again, and I've been wheezing a little too (it's all very familiar to me, lol) I don't think it's a chest infection either because I feel perfectly fine in myself, and not off colour in the slightest.
Thanks for your time.
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- It is very possible that your asthma has come back. I'd look into seeing your dr and tell them what's happening.#1; Tue, 18 Dec 2007 08:24:00 GMT
- Okay, thanks a lot.
I'll make an appointment for next week.
Take care.#2; Tue, 18 Dec 2007 08:25:00 GMT
- Hey again everyone,
Is it possible to have a productive cough with asthma? Over the last few days I've been coughing up a lot of clear mucus, along with the wheezing and tightening that I mentioned before. I don't know if it's my asthma, or if it's a chest infection. I'm not in any pain and I don't feel ill at all.
Thanks.#3; Tue, 18 Dec 2007 08:26:00 GMT
- It is possible to have a productive cough yes. If the phlegm is yellow or green than you most likely have a chest infection? Coughing up white phlegm and if it is chest infection related, is usually viral so it should clear up soon.
Definitely see your doctor.#4; Tue, 18 Dec 2007 08:27:00 GMT
Okay so, lastnight after I posted on here, I had possibly the worst nights' sleep of my life. I couldn't stop coughing. I rang up the doctors in the morning but they had no available appointments, so the doctor on call rang me up and we talked about what was wrong.
He's given me two inhalers, which seemed to have eased it a little. I think that I may have a mild chest infection along with it, because my temperature has been a little off today. I'm going in to the doctors tomorrow for an actual physical check up, and hopefully then I'll know for sure what's going on.
I know one thing for sure, the dust mites in this room are really irritating me. Every time I breathe in my airway itches. Annoying!
D'oh!#5; Tue, 18 Dec 2007 08:28:00 GMT
- Hey ActionMaxen,
I can feel your problem because one of my close friends is also suffering with this kind of problem since from his childhood. He used various medicines but those medicines did not help him much. Then his doctor suggested him to do some breathing exercises, yoga and meditation along with medicines. Presently he is using Tulsi capsule because it helps to mobilize mucus in bronchitis and asthma. My friend is comparatively well now. As we know tulsi is an effective herbal remedy for asthma and lung related problems.
So you can go for that product. Besides that try to avoid smoke and dust, because a pollution free area can helps you to stay healthy.#6; Tue, 18 Dec 2007 08:29:00 GMT