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for the last couple of months i had been getting a sore throat when i sleep with my mouth open. now however,, just in the last month i have had a bad sore throat and started coughing up mucus. now i am still coughing sometimes i cough up mucus and sometimes i just cough but i cough and wheeze continuously and nothing has helped. i haven been to the doctor yet but i was wondering if anyone knows what these symptoms might be.

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To be perfectly honest i dont think you have asthma as there is no muchus involved, it is simply swelling of the airways that cause the difficulty in breathing. Hope this helps.
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there is definitely mucus involved with asthma that's what makes you cough so much, the swelling in your air way plus all the mucus is what makes it so difficult to breath.
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my child allways has this bad cough and alot nose problems could be asthma

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Have you been told by other people that you might have asthma? Do you cough when you exercise? Do you wake up at night coughing at least once a month? Do your colds seem to last longer than normal? These might be signs that you have asthma. The American College of Asthma, Allergy & Immunology (ACAAI) has several simple tests to see if you should talk with your doctor about asthma. Follow one of the links below to take their tests. If you think you may have asthma, print the page and discuss it with your physician.

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