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... Well, I guess I'm just under the impression that asthma would feel more symmetric to my body and in addition to that, I would not cough phlegm up. Also, an albuterol inhaler doesn't treat my symptoms as well as it would a person with asthma I'm assuming? ... (11 replies)
... grey phlegm and then usually subsided for the day until the next morning. Seemed reminiscent of occasional chest infections I had had years ago. ... (0 replies)
... A few months ago I had an anaphylactic shock experience with a nut allergy, it has been hard to get back to normality after that. ... (7 replies)

... estions and people answered...my dr did no lung xray even though she said it may be bronchitis...I do have asthma and have been smoking a lot. I had a dr appt 2 months ago and the dr listened to my lungs and siad they were clear. ... (7 replies)
... I've had a cough that's been changing over the past 5 months. ... (0 replies)
3 month cough
Jun 23, 2011
... and a violent cough. The cold also triggered a cold sore. The only thing is, while my other symptoms have faded, the cough has remained and this is coming up to three months now! ... (1 replies)
... cold. After the sore throat and runny nose, I developed a cough. The cough lasted a few days and I produced a fair amount of phlegm. Its been over 7 weeks since the cough stopped but I am still producing phlegm. ... (1 replies)
... When I lay down, I notice phlegm in my sinuses down to my chest. Occasionally, I will cough some up but it more or less feels stagnant down there. I have it when I sit down too but it's more pronounced when I'm on my back. ... (0 replies)
... I cough up blood too about every six months or so. ... (3 replies)
... Hi Tricky one this but you might try and get your dr to look at fungal infection specifically Aspergillus sp. If your lungs arent working correctly its obvious your heart rate will rise compensating for increased work undertaken. Keep your heart rate down and relax until you get some form of result. Stay off inhalers unless you have confirmed airways disease. Have you... (8 replies)
... For nine months I did not do anything for it. In other words, I lived through the pain and never saw a healthcare professional until nine months after the first time I experienced the pain of the collapsed lung. ... (0 replies)
... I'm not sure what's going on but I have a dry cough that has been going on for 3 months now. ... (8 replies)
... on't have a question and I'm not a doctor, but I have some possible answers for all of you phlegmers out there based on my past experiences. I have been full of phlegm for years now and my doctor found at least two reasons other than asthma, common cold or upper respitory infection. ... (0 replies)
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... Why do you think it can't be asthma? What does asthma mean to you? Also, if you don't think it's asthma, what's your theory as to why your right lung feels constricted? When you had the spirometry done, did they give you any puffs of ventolin? (11 replies)
... It sounds like you are well informed on this. I did take a spirometry test (I think thats what its called, where I blew into the tube) and the doctor said it was normal. But, at that time my right lung wasn't feeling the tightness I'm describing. Like I said, it's a cycle; my right lung will tighten up then I can make myself cough up phlegm and then it will ease off a... (11 replies)
... I will make this as short as possible. I came down with bronchitis on Aug 12th. A couple days before that I had a little cough but not severe. I had went on vacation in northern Michigan for 10 days prior to this. ... (1 replies)
... it with sterile water, sucks it up in the syringe, leans over her sink and sprays it up her nose. She says she gets all kinds of gunk out. I think the phlem and cough is due to sinus drainage draining down the back of your lungs. My doctor says if it gets bad enough, it will get into your lungs. ... (12 replies)
... For about the past 8 months, I have done nothing but cough up phlegm. ... (12 replies)
... who just lost their father to a car accident a little over 6 months ago. I believe their worried they may also loose me. Does anyone understand where I am coming from, cause I don't feel that my friends and family actually do. ... (17 replies)


Associated Tags: chronic cough, collapsed lung, coughing, exercise intolerance, head pressure, persistent cough, pneumothorax, spontaneous pneumothorax, tachyardia

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