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Breathing trouble, chest tightness after living in mold infested studio. Reason?

Im a 24 year old female that never had any serious health problems. A year ago i felt like a could not breath right a couple of times but didn t pay much attention to it, but this last 6 months my breathing has became worse. I wake up a lot during the night not being able to catch my breath, some times im sitting watching tv and i feel like i can t breath.I also feel tightnees on my chest and start coughing a lot out off no where, it feels like i can t take a deep breath. I lived in a small studio that had mold and stayed there for about a year. Is it possible that the mold caused me asthma? since i never had problems breathing before. Thank you for your attention.
Asked On : Mon, 23 Apr 2012
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YES COMMON CAUSE OF ALLERGY
YOU CAN DEVELOP ALLERGY AT ANY TIME AT ANY AGE WITH ANY FOOD OR POLLEN
YOU CAN GET TREATMENT AFTER CONSULTING ALLERGY DOCTOR
BUT THIS TIME CAN TAKE FLUCONAZOLE 150 MG TAB ONCE A WEEK FOR 6 WEEK
TAKE MONTELUCAST 10 MG BD
SYP CPM+CODEINE COMBINATION 1 TSF NIGHT
IN DAY YOU CAN ADD BRONCHIDILATOR SYP BD AND ANTACID GEL BD
CONTINUE 3 WEEK TILL YOU GET CONSULTATION AND ADD DRUGS BY PHYSICAL EXAMINATION BY DOCTOR
Answered: Mon, 10 Jun 2013
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