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Running nose, chest phlegm. Taken medicine. Normal blood test. What is the condition of my lungs?

hi , i m keerthivasan from chennai. last two years i have got the morning running nose problems as well as chest mucous or phelgm . every 40 days i get the mucous problems i went the many doctors no uses , took antibiotics , allergic tablets and take blood test also its normal condition . but now i got serious breathing problems and more mucous on my chest wenever i walking uses the uses staircase i have got breathing problems ... i put nervous injections also but no uses .... i want to know about what about my lungs which condition it has been now
Asked On : Tue, 15 Jan 2013
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hi , keerthivasan
you may suffering with asthma /copd due to ?allergy. in asthma frequent running nose problems and phelgm will avoid smoking if any,
avoid any precipitants
consult your doctor and clarify your diagnosis and use medications regularly
Answered: Sun, 20 Jan 2013
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