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... I am a 22 year old female in great shape and have had asthma and environmental allergies my whole life. ... (0 replies)
... One thought on why it happens at night is reflux may be causing it. It can cause voice box swelling and even sometimes get into the upper trachea or lung area. Also I believe reflux can trigger wheezing with vagal nerve stimulation. I finally got on Nexium and it began to be much better after sleeping. ... (2 replies)
... i describe it all in my recent thread...i've had asthma my whole life and frequently had episodes of shortness of breath but these are different. ... (2 replies)

Lungs
Oct 27, 2007
... I have been to doctor twice he hears rattle in my left lung. I am coughing and running nose for 2 weeks. He calls it bronchitis. Is it bronchitis? ... (1 replies)
... in my left lung mid and upper bronchus area. ... (4 replies)
I am freaked out
Sep 29, 2004
... Hi all. I have been having weird lung problems for some time now. Maybe about a year now.I have yet to come across anyone else who has felt the same. ... (0 replies)
... I figured this was the most suitable category in which to place this question. ... (2 replies)
... inful and there was no way I could keep from coughing. If I tried to take a deep breath, I coughed. Then, either due to the coughing or something else, my right lung began to hurt. ... (2 replies)
... I'm hoping that you were able to get relaxed before going in and that they sedated you enough that you didn't have to suffer! ... (217 replies)
... I have had the same thing and only off and on. It sounds like a rattle or crackle coming from my right lower rib cage area. I did see a lung specialist and he did a x ray but found nothing. ... (2 replies)


Associated Tags: dyspnea, inhale, mucus, rattling, shortness of breath

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