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Sensation in nose, shortness of breath, difficulty while exercising. Is it an infection?

I get this like senstion in my nose . worse when I inhale. Also shortness of breath. This thing comes and goes. When I dont have it I can exercise with no difficulty. When I do exercise is very difficult. It d almost like I can smeel infection or something. I have had this for a few years off and on. Lasts about a week or so.
Asked On : Sun, 2 Dec 2012
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Internal Medicine Specialist 's  Response
Welcome to HCM
With information you have given, it is strong possibilty you have small airway obstruction along with naso bronchial allegy.
This is intermittant and in between you can do good exercise, so it is advisable to consult a Chest Physician.
After physical examination a X ray chest along with blood test for allegy like serum IgE level and routine test like CBC,FBS,Ceatinine and Pumonary Function test (Spirometry) will tell you if you have Obstructive airways disease.
Even a effect of bronchodialators on lungs can be assesed.
If required lateron Allergy testing may be performed.
Many prophylactic medicine and quick relif medicine may be given to help you.
Take care.
Best of Luck
Answered: Mon, 3 Dec 2012
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