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... A few days back, I had a "bubble" in the center of my chest, almost like the need to burp. It would go away and come back, but the pressure was so bad it would stop me in my tracks. ... (0 replies)
... And the fact that you're asthmatic makes it even worse. When you breathe in an allergen, whether it be pollen or mold or whatever, your airways constrict and produce mucus. ... (16 replies)
... breathing difficulties in some people and also pulmonary constriction. ... (6 replies)

... at the time you wrote it I was seeking a second opinion! ... (14 replies)
... there were two in one lung and several in the other. I was treated in the hospital with blood thinners and am still taking Warfarin. ... (14 replies)
... I'm so glad to have come across this forum. I've been doing endless searching on the web trying to come up with answers to the problems I've been having and I haven't found much. Maybe someone here will be able to relate and share their experiences with me. ... (30 replies)
... Thank you for replying. This helped me out a lot. Since I know it can't get medication from a doctor. I am going to prevent it from getting worse. Lots of rest, fluids and cough meds. Thanks again. (2 replies)
... is one of the main signs of bronchitis. ... (2 replies)
... mean your symptoms aren't real though. Your doctor is just trying to make sure you don't have a pneumonia brewing. When someone has a viral illness, sometimes the virus can irritate the airways to both cause excessive phlegm production as well as cause constriction so wheezing happens. ... (2 replies)




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