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Why do I get wheezing and cough during evening hours and how can I prevent it ?

Sex: Male,age-29 Every 2 months once im getting mild whizzing and cough.After taking tablet it will go after one day.Normally it will start during evening time.Last 15 years im facing this problem. What may be the reason? How to prevent this? Can refer some good doctor in Bangalore?
Asked On : Sat, 11 Jun 2011
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General & Family Physician 's  Response
tehre is no treatment for allergy in any system of medicine,but what are allergens,should be known first,then if so,where did they come from?from food?envirnoment?through skin?or else generated in our body only? usually parasites were,though to cause allergy when absolute esonophil count rises in astham,may be,medical has been abel to prove food allergy,autoimmunity nowadays.i hope i av given good enabel you to understand the hidden mystery in body&envirnoment.
Answered: Thu, 16 Jun 2011
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Answered: Thu, 16 Jun 2011
Orthopaedic Surgeon Dr. Aashish Raghu's  Response
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What is your Occupation may I ask. Since you get frequent attacks of wheezing and cough, it could be Asthma. Which Tablets do you take for relief. Do you have running nose, sneezing also. You need to visit the Doctor and get evaluated by blood test and/or lung test. Proper medication is needed for Asthma as it could be dangerous if an attack happens later.
Answered: Sat, 11 Jun 2011
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General & Family Physician Dr. Channabasappa K's  Response
HI,YOU HAVE BEEN FIGHTING WITH THIS PROBLEM SINCE 15 YEARS,THEN ITS IT IS BRONCHIAL ASTHAMA ONLY,POSSIBILITY OF SILICOSIS IS POSIBEL IF YOU ARE WORKING IN DUST REALISING INDUSTRY &HAD WORKED IN SUCH SITUTATION S FOR SOME TIME IN EARLYDAYS,HYPER REACTIVE BRONCHIAL MUCOSE IS COMMON IN RESPONSE TO ALLERGENS IN THE ENVIRNOMENT OR EVEN FOOD ALLERGY MIGHT BE CAUSE FOR HYPERSINSETIVITY TAKING PLACE IN LUNGS.YOU MIGHT WONDE THAT WHY MY LUNGS ARE ONLY PLACE FOR INFLAMMATION? BECOZ,ANYWHERE MUCOSAL DAMAGE STARTS&BECOMES VULENERABEL FOR DUE TO REAPEATED DAMAGE GIVING NO CHANCE FOR PROPER HEALING OF RESPIRATORY LINING MUCOSA,HENCE PROBLEM PERSISTS&KEEP OCCARING ON SAME PLACE,THAT IS REASON WHY BREATHING EXERCISE WILL HELP&STEROIDS HELP FOR LONG TIME.CONSULT PULMONOLOGIST,AVOID DUST&SMOKE, FOR SOME TIME,SO THAT RECOVERY TAKES PLACE&IMMEDIATELY BOOST YOUR IMMUNITY BY EXERCISES,SUPPLIMENTS&GOOD QNT&QLT PROTEIN DIET.ALL THE BEST.
Answered: Sat, 11 Jun 2011
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