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Have sneezing, coughing, runny nose and mild wheezing. Took inhaler. Have allergies. Remedy?

hello Dr. Grief, my name is rafael and my doctor sais i have the longest list of allergies he s ever seen in a person. What doesnt help is that i am allergic to a lot of things where i live (ARIZONA). Well what brings me here today is that for the past week i have been sneezing coughing and with a runny nose and a very mild wheezing . my initial thought is allergies because spring is around the corner (it is practically here in arizona). well today i began to wheeze and i was away from my inhaler , i was fine for a couple hours until it got very bad and i had to go home for my inhaler. i took it and instantly felt better. about an hour later the symptoms were back and now are actually worse. i cannot seem to stop wheezing and having dry coughs which are very uncomfortable. i will make a doctors appointment tomorrow morning but right now im really having trouble relaxing and just overall breathing. please help.
Asked On : Fri, 8 Mar 2013
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Dear patient, as you have a long history of allergy to pollens during spring and the way you are describing your symptoms like difficulty in breathing, uncomfortable dry cough, and wheezing ,it indicates that you are having an acute asthamatic attack which needs inhalational bronchodilator therpy through nebulisation and intravenous steroids , so i feel that you immediately go to the emergency department of a hospital for your treatement and don't wait for consultation with your doctor till tomorrow
wish you speedy recovery
Dr Arshad
Answered: Fri, 8 Mar 2013
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