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sound in inhalation is called a stridor
and is not seen in asthma
, where there is expiratory wheezing.
Stridor is usually due to some obstruction in the airway during inhalation.
Do you get any fever
, itching, allergy?
I would advise an ENT check up to look for any pathology in the airways and at the larynx
Infective cause will usually have fever, while webs, growths, narrowings are afebrile.
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