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... I woke up this morning with the sensation of having a huge wad of mucus in the back of my throat and spent the rest of the morning trying to cough it up, which didn't help much. Now my chest is tight and the feeling is still there. ... (1 replies)
... I woke up with chest heaviness that I had not felt since April. I went to the asthma doctor yesterday, because I don't mess with asthma! ... (20 replies)
... the 105 degree weather here with no rain for over a month sent everyone off the deep end. I'd wake up in the night with that little tickle of a cough or a little gasp for breath. One hit of the albuterol and I was fine. ... (20 replies)

... Any time you can't breathe properly, whether it's from coughing due to asthma (not a cold or food going down the wrong way, etc!), heaviness, whatever, you need a puff of the rescue inhaler. And if you have to use it more than a couple of times a week, and all known triggers are accounted for, then your asthma is not under control. I think you need allergy testing and maybe... (20 replies)
... Well, I haven't had problems breathing. I just had the heaviness and a cough starting. I did not think the rescue inhaler was for that. ... (20 replies)
... Hi guys! having a flare right now, which seems to be more heaviness in the chest and cough then anything else. I have also noticed that I can do much excertion without getting winded. ... (1 replies)
... I use both a warm and cool air humidifier. Warm in the winter and cool in the summer. I find the same difference in using it. It lessens the heaviness and tighness in the chest. ... (9 replies)
... I've been short of breath with mild chest pains. Coughing and rattling. When I cough my BP shoots over 150 and my heart rate over 110. My 02 is only getting to 94. ... (1 replies)
... I will be having a methacholine challenge sometime in the next months. I hate having to wait so long for the tests and appointments. My chest feels kind of tight sometimes but more achy or like mild discomfort or slight heaviness. ... (5 replies)
... o noticed that I was short of breath when going up stairs, reading a book to my students, or running after them. A week ago I decided to go to the doc to get the cough checked out. She said my lungs were clear but my nasal cavity was still inflamed so I was given a steroid shot and hydrocodone. ... (4 replies)
... Then I start feeling warm. Then I start feeling tired. Then, the longer that I don't get away from the irritant, or trigger, the sicker I get and the longer my chest stays tight, plus..... the tighter my chest gets. ... (15 replies)
... with all things depending on the individual of course....I mainly start feeling like I can't breath out as much as I can breath in....a heaviness, then when I cough I know something is going on, because I have never had post nasal drip coughing or even a chest cold but maybe once or twice in my whole life...... ... (15 replies)
... hernia years ago and had it repaired. Prior to having the hernia repaired, I experienced a heaviness in my chest, but I figured it was the asthma. ... (5 replies)
... he clock to deal with the heavy pressure and pain in my face and ears. Then it stopped, no more pressure or pain. Then I started coughing though, now I feel this heaviness in my chest and feel the need to cough frequently. By frequently I mean in spurts of time throughout the day. This has gone on for about 4 days now. ... (2 replies)
... I am so happy to find this website. :wave: I have many questions about what is "normal" before and during an asthma attack. I was diagnosed with Reactive Airway Disorder at age 17 then with asthma (fouryears ago) at age 23. I have noticed a distinct pattern with each attack. I have extreme fatigue and weakness for a day or so before an attack. Is this normal? During an... (5 replies)
... place a straw in your mouth and pinch your nose closed and breath through the straw. However, it does not simulate the feeling that someone is sitting on your chest and that you are very congested. ... (9 replies)

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