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Respiratory tiredness with shortness of breath.

Im 17 years old & I've got respiratory tideness & shortness of breath.And I was suffering from the cold,hayfever associated wheezing or asthma from about 10 years old period Till july 21st this year.And it was not an chronic condition,it got cured by one or two doses of medicine.But now I'm suffering from chronic chest tideness from about 3 months.I took broncholidators but it doesn't work.The doctors are telling that I've got no problem by taking X-rays & ECO scans & my spirometeral rate is at about 600.But I struggle in day today activities like walking,talking,exercising.I don't have any allergens.But I smoked about 6 months before 2 months I got this symptoms
Asked On : Wed, 11 Nov 2009
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The symptoms that you are typical of Respiratory Disease. We advice you to see a Pulmonologist for the correct diagnosis of your condition. It could be an Obstructive or Restrictive variety which can be decided by Spirometry and later to diagnose the correct condition, a diagnostic steroid therapy is put or a Brochoscopic biopsy can be done. The treatment could be longterm but will show results and put the attacks under control.
Answered: Mon, 23 Nov 2009
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