Symptom: Difficulty Breathing

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Difficulty Breathing

Difficulty breathing involves a sensation of strained or uncomfortable breathing or a feeling of not getting enough air. It may be accompanied by shortness of breath or wheezing.

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asthma11/25/2013 at 02:48 PM
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Usually happens when Im trying to sleep. Have to breath through my mouth.5/27/2013 at 08:35 PM
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I picked this one as severe because I have breathing difficulties nearly all the time because of something and I actually don't know what normal breathing feels like. My normal breathing is shallow and whenever something triggers me, I start having difficulties breathing that can lead me to headache, wheezing, cough, dizzines, and when that worsenes, an asthma attack strikes hard, though I usually end it with a rescue inhaler.3/27/2012 at 03:00 AM
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comes and goes. Feels like a chest is pressed with something. Sometimes its hard to take a breath1/28/2012 at 06:35 PM
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Especially when it's hot or very cold out. Also when exerting myself, when the weather changes.9/27/2011 at 12:08 PM
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