The Cause Of The Breath That Feels Wedged With Back Pain For Years
Hello, permission to ask yes, I have been breathing choking since it seems like I was 10 years old, and now I am 30 years old, at my age now my choking breath is more severe and torturous … And also, my back hurts and aches that sometimes the rheumatic pain moves from right to left, that’s the opposite … OH YES! What I am most surprised at is, why every time I wake up it feels like I want to blow my nose, every morning even when I go to sleep again I have a runny nose but the snot is thick (not runny) runny). What disease do I actually have?
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Let me introduce myself, Dr. Rio will answer your question.
Responding to complaints that you mention about shortness of breath that you have experienced since your age of 10 years, most likely it happens due to bronchial asthma, or narrowing of the respiratory tract so that the incoming air will be obstructed. But in cases of small cases of shortness of breath at the age of children children can be caused by congenital heart disease. To ensure this for now you can ask your parents / close relatives about the history of the disease that you have during childhood because it is important in diagnosing an illness. Your smoking history is also needed, because shortness of breath also arises in chronic obstructive pulmonary disease / COPD.
If you still feel the complaint to this day, the two possibilities will not disappear, because the disease is congenital. In asthma inflammation in the respiratory tract due to over-sensitivity of the airways so that when disertain with other respiratory diseases complaints will worsen. In other complaints you feel the nose feels full of snot / thick mucus can be caused by other things such as:
Allergic Rhinitis. Rhinitis Infection (Bacteria / Viruses). Vasomotor rhinitis. Sinusitis. Nasal Polyps. Some of the above diseases have symptoms as you mentioned, but to ensure all the above possibilities require a direct examination by a doctor for a more complete history taking, physical examination, and supporting examinations if needed such as head / chest X-ray, ECG, etc. However, if your illness requires specialist treatment, you will be referred or advised to the relevant specialist doctor. Immediately consult yourself to the doctor.
That's all the answers I can give, thank you very much :)