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Is shortness of breath and wheezing after exercise a sign of asthma?

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2017-02-27 17:12:28
2017-02-27 17:12:28

Yes. After physical activity, you breathe in and let oxygen out. If you don't get enough oxygen, you will have asthma.

Answer 2: It could also be a sign of a heart condition or problems with your blood pressure. Best to see your doctor to be sure.

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