Thanks for your query.
It may be initial asthma
symptoms. You need to consult a pulmonologist
and get yourself locally examined. Along with it you must have a spirometry
with bronchodialator reversibility testing to prove asthma conclusively. If proved then appropriate treatment should be started without delay. Again you may go for some allergic skin prick test and allergen may be detected by this along with serum specific IgE assay. If detected then you may have most recent sublingual immunotherapy
for protection. Agian if spirometry is negative then you should have bronchial provocation testing in a good institute with proper precautions.