Do you have enlarged lungs if you have breathing problems unable to clear your lungs and catch your breath You use an inhaler but it still doesn't solve the breathing problem?

The most common problem when you have breathing problems, unable to clear your lungs or catch your breath, is asthma, chronic bronchitis, or other chronic lung condition. All of these come under the umbrella term COPD - Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease. The lungs are not enlarged. Instead, the airways are irritated, inflamed, and narrowed. Your inhaler should open the airways. It is probably a "rescue inhaler". You need to ask your doctor if you need a maintenance inhaler used once a day, along with using your rescue inhaler.

The key is, if your rescue inhaler is not doing what you need, you must talk to your doctor. There are wonderful medication combinations that can help you breathe better.