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What is the treatment of wheezing?

I m 25, working in a IT firm i have been experiencing wheezing problems in the morning.. for about two days now... have a history of Bronchitis... for about two days now... what should i do now?
Asked On : Sat, 19 Dec 2009
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Hi Dirk,

Thanks for coming to HCM.

Early morning wheezing is a symptom very much attributable to asthma. You must have provided history about symptoms of frequent colds, running nose, sinus pain, allergy to dust and fumes. If it is, probably you have got a disease called allergic rhinitis where asthma is present in almost 50%.

You must go for a simple breathing test called pulmonary function test which is available with pulomonologists. If obstruction is there in the test and if reversibility is positive, probably you have asthma and medication is needed in the form of inhalers. The available drugs are so potent that you will get your symptoms relieved in a matter of seconds.

So visit pulmonologist in your city.

Best wishes
Answered: Mon, 15 Apr 2013
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there are many treatment options for allergic bronchitis with wheezing..but to get immediate relief u should take bronchodilators like asthalin..budecart..there are inhalers available which gives instant relief.but consult doctor before taking the medication
Answered: Sun, 20 Dec 2009
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