I am a 20y/o female and i am having some type or respitory problem i think, and i am not sure what to think of it, i do not currently have insurance so going to doctor is unfortunatly a lot of money that i don't have, so i really want some input as to if it is something i should just wait out a little longer or just suck up the bill and go.okay. im gonna so a brief history to current to help discribe the probelem that i feel has probably been building for years.
I would say it all started when i Coach Outlet USA was 17 after i had started smoking (about half a pack a day) for a few months, and i started getting broncitis freqently, 4 times in a 8 month span, during that time i also quit smoking, somewhat settled after i quit smoking, but not completely for the next 2 years i still got bronchitis 5 more times.so that bring me Coach Factory Outlet to about sept 04, where i started smoking again (probably the stupidest thing i could have ever done), Coach Black Friday anyway i didn't have any problems until the end of november when i came down with what i thought was just a common cold, Coach Store Online however Coach Factory from there is just progressively worsened for the next month or so, i kept having coughing fits Coach Outlet Online that ended in me gasping for breath, unable to catch it for Coach Handbags Outlet minutes, and then had to sit and recover for a good 10 minutes, these "episodes" started happening Coach Bags Friday quite frequently 3 4 times a day, so the first thing i did was quit smoking (still not smoking too), however that did nothing to stop the fits.
The second of december i finally just broke down and went to a walk in, and was diagnosed with bronchitis (big surpise). the doctor then prescribed me the normal antibiotics (not sure which one), a cough suppresant, and an albuterol inhaler, he said i was having symptoms with asthma but said that is probably would subside.Okay so all being said i went on my Coach USA way, however 6 days Coach Outlet later i was no better, even possibly worse, so not taking any chances went back to a walk in. the doctor there said that my tonsils and phanynx were swollen and ran some tests (mono, strep ect.) Coach Bags Outlet but all came back normal, he, like the other doctor said it was most likely bronchitis and he gave me a different antibiotic and told me to continue with the cough syrup and inhaler, as he said i was still weezing.
I was also missing a lot of work due to all this.Luckily that antibiotic cleared up the infection and i was feeling better after a few days.However not all the symptoms have cleared.i still end up having little episodes, not a severe but i really have to concentrate on breathing or i just end up gasping, and at night in Coach Store bed i can Coach Factory Online sometimes hear myself weezing, i am still taking the inhaler (its my last refil and almost gone) but it doens't seem to do much, except right after i take it.sometimes when i have the little Coach Purses fits i also get chest pain with it, which Coach Purses Outlet i am not sure is related at all, as i do Coach Factory Outlet Online have an anxiety disorder and could be related to that, but don't want to rule out another possibility.
My friend says its probably all just still the asthma thing, www.coachblackfriday.com but to be it doesn't seem right, not the way i have felt it all building for years, but then again i'm no doctor.any insight or suggestions are greatly appreciated asthma is a disease in which the airways become blocked or narrowed. These effects are usually temporary, but they cause shortness of breath, breathing trouble, and other symptoms. If an asthma episode is severe, a person may need emergency treatment to restore normal breathing.