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In young pre-school children, wheezing is usually brought on by a viral infection – causing a cold, ear or throat infection.
Some people call this 'viral-induced wheeze' or 'wheezy bronchitis', whilst others call it asthma.
Most children will grow out of it, as they get to school age.
In older children, viruses are still the commonest cause of wheezing. But other allergens may also cause an asthma attack like those listed below:
pollen, eg grass or birch
animal hair or fur
food, eg milk or eggs
house dust mites
fungus.
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