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Suffering from severe chest pains in the morning, no wheezing or breathlessness. Symptoms of asthma?

39 years old. Fit. Not overweight . Non smoker. Avid cyclist. Diagaonsed with late onset asthma a year ago, use albuterol twice a day, only symptom though is bad chest pain , mainly all the time, but especially in the morning. Not tight, no wheezing never really out of breath Chest x rays clear, no heart issues. Does astma sometimes mean just chest pain?
Asked On : Tue, 26 Mar 2013
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Ask your doctor if sodium cromoglycate puffs every morning would be preferrable to albuterol for prevention of attacks? Lung function tests should be carried out to assess Status.Sometimes Chronic airway obstruction or alveolar function may be the cause not sometimes visible on X ray chest.

In your case ,chest pain is unexplained,sometimes in heavy exercisers ,muscle fatigue could be a cause for which get serum CPK level assessed which is raised in muscle trauma in which event you would have to cut on too much cycling-alternatively just cut cycling and wait for 15 days if it is a contributory cause-the pain might go
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