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Have difficulty in breathing, rapid heartbeat and tightness in chest and throat. Blood reports are normal. Reason?

I am 32 year old male with trouble taking deep breath, feeling of rapid heartbeat and tightness in chest and throat. This problem comes abruptly and stays for hours or days and then I feel better for few days before it again comes back. I am experiencing this for past 25 days. My CT scan and X Ray for chest is normal. bloodwork related to heart attack done in emergency deptt of hospital came out to be normal. I have had prednisone 50 mg for 5 days, Lorazepam ( Ativan ) 1 mg for 5 days, Biaxin for 7 days (twice a day), Inhalers and antacids but there is no relief. What else could be the reason?
Asked On : Wed, 30 Jan 2013
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Pulmonologist 's  Response
you are suffering with asthma according to your symptoms.
you have to need correct treatment and counselling.
first you have to know about asthma and its management at home and during acute attacks.
so you consult your GP/ chest physician for correct treatment plan
Thank you

Answered: Wed, 30 Jan 2013
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