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Having asthma symptoms. Chest x-ray normal. Stopped smoking. Spit test normal. Suggestions?

hi, at the start of december i had flu symptoms and had some time in bed ,but blood tests came back normal, amoxacillin and steroids cleared chest infection but now have athsma type symptoms which has laid me up as cant walk far without stopping generally feeling awful chest xray ok but had to stop my five a day smoking spit test normal can i be ill and have normal blood test also came off fluoxetine in september after 5 years did it over 2 months
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Allergist and Immunologist 's  Response
YOUR ALLERGY CAN DEVELOP AT ANY TIME WITH ANY SUSTANCE AT ANY AGE
NORMALLY IF YOU MIS DIAGNOSE ALLERGIC SYMPTOMPS WITH FLUE AND TAKE ANTIBIOTICS PARACETAMOL AND DIETRY SUPPLIMENTS IT INCREASES ALLERGY AND ASTHMA
AL TESTS ARE OKAY IN ALLERGY EXCEPT IGE LEVELS IN BLOOD AND EOSINOPHIL COUNTS
fluoxetine LEAVING HAS NO SIDE EFFECTS OR LINK
YOU GET DIAGNOSED FROM ALLERGEOLOGIST AS PER ALLERGY GUIDLINES
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