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Running nose. Why did I suddenly start to wheeze? Treatment for COPD or emphysema?

I have come here to report a problem I have been having first of all i have had a runny nose for some time almost all year on and off and earlier to day quiet suddenly I started wheezing and it is hard to breath in. I think my trachea is tightening like someone with asthma but I have not been treated for it nor for COPD or emphysema. Also I have been having some more sneezes as usually probably about 3 or 4 in a row then stop and then come back later on in the day please help.
Asked On : Sat, 11 Aug 2012
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Allergist and Immunologist 's  Response
all allergies lding to chronic allergisinusitis
due to long allergies dveloped to copd
get treatment of llergies
get spirometery to find conditn of lungs
if lungs are in normal position w can plan after results as copd asthma emysema are treated differently
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