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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)
... I don't know how else to describe it, really. I have noticed for a while now that if I sleep on my back, when I wake up, I have this rattle in my lungs when I take a deep breath. It kinda tickles...kinda feels like congestion when you are sick...but it is just at the end of the deep breath in. ... (2 replies)
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)

... Ah....I hadn't thought about the drainage factor. I do have allergies, and take Allegra and Nasonex for them daily. My "rattle" happens at the end of the breath too, but only after I have been sleeping on my back. Thanks for the info on your experience! (2 replies)
... I have the same thing but mine's just on one side (left). It's kind of like a vibration and after awhile (sometimes several hours) it clears. Mine like yours is on inspiration. (usually late in the inspiration that I kind of hear a wheeze). 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... (2 replies)
... d eat green things herbs, seeds such as grains,nuts and beans, fruits, vegetables. Green things such as Romaine lettuce is said to have all the elements of blood in them except perhaps for iron and the green chlorophyll in them is said to be very close to blood itself. The blood is very important for oxygen exchange. ... (17 replies)
... and subsequent congestion it's very loud with fluid causing wheezing in and out. I also get pain on my left side often front and back which seems like it's right around this area. ... (4 replies)
I am freaked out
Sep 29, 2004
... en 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. I was treated for bronchitis in my third month of pregnancy. I was coughing up little spots of blood and the doc gave me some antibiotics that cleared it up. ... (0 replies)
... September of 2016, I started feeling a strange rattle, went to walk in and she said my lungs were full. It seemed to go away. That winter I got sick but wasn't in my lungs. ... (6 replies)
Bronchiectasis ?
Apr 14, 2015
... negative for that! I still have a rattle sound right below my throat in my lungs. Shouldn't it have gone away by now? ... (11 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)
... after having this cough for about four months or so, having been treated for bronchitis with no results, and just being completely aggravated with it. The team in the ER was amazing. They gave me a breathing treatment immediately, ordered an EKG, blood work, and a chest xray. EKG was fine. ... (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)
My bronchitis deal
Jan 16, 2008
... I had a mild chest cold around Thanksgiving which left me with this dry anoying "tickle" in my throat. Ok...this will go away. ... (8 replies)
... st to monitor things. After reading all these posts, you may have seen that the "impression" findings on my scans have varied. For the most part, they believe my lungs to have several areas of scarring. That's not to say that they are sure...that's why they are monitoring them. ... (91 replies)
... like sometimes I get a really hoarse wheeze high up in my airways, I don't need a stethoscope to hear it and if I put my hand on my chest wall I can feel the rattle. ... (22 replies)

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

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