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Does your throat swell up when you are having difficulties with asthma?


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2015-07-15 18:38:18
2015-07-15 18:38:18

no it doesn't asthma affects primarily the lower respiratory area i.e. lungs

No, usually the hardness to breath is caused by a sticky gunge produced by the air sacs in your lungs when something irritates them. The gunge can narrow your wind pipe.

Dont worry it sounds worse than it actually is!

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