Bronchitis

What are signs of bronchitis symptoms?

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In many ways, bronchitis resembles an asthma attack in it's signs and symptoms. If you are experiencing a wheezing cough, increased production of mucus (any color), fever or chills, and a feeling of tightness or discomfort in your chest, you may wish to visit your doctor to see if bronchitis might be a cause.

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