Having trouble Taking deep breaths and sharp pains when i do so?

Last night I had a severe Allergy attack and then followed by sharp pains in my upper back,and also when i take deep breaths its almost like i'm struggling to live, and sometimes i feel like i'm going to pass out. It sucks and i don't no weather I need to go to the doctor or not. Could this be asthma?

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  • Anonymous
    9 years ago
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    It sounds a little bit like asthma. Are you short of breath? Are you wheezing? Is your chest feeling tight? If the answers are yes, than chances are you have asthma. There is no cure and nobody really knows how it's caused besides exposure to smoke, but you have a big chance of growing out of it as you grow. Asthma can still be very serious though, so don't treat it like a common cold!

    Here are some links for information:

    http://www.webmd.com/asthma/default.htm

    http://www.asthma.com/index.html?google=p_&rotatio...

    http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmedhealth/PMH000119...

    How it works:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S04dci7NTPk

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    Source(s): I have asthma
  • pretto
    Lv 4
    5 years ago

    Back pains are brought on through pinched muscle tissues to your again. When you are taking a deep breath the ribs are urgent into the muscle as good to intent the ache. to eliminate this ache you need to release your again muscle tissues to liberate those being pinched and here is how you can unfastened them up: Back: (do even as sitting on a chair) Place your left hand for your left leg subsequent in your frame. Place your proper give up your left shoulder, palms over the again and the palm within the entrance, and firmly pull down on them and maintain. After 30 seconds slowly cut back your frame ahead and to the external of your left leg, maintaining your left arm as directly as feasible. When you succeed in your lap stay there for a different 10 seconds, then liberate the stress however leisure there for a different 30 seconds. Then opposite your hand positions and do your proper facet. For exceptional outcome calm down your frame first through taking a deep breath and exhaling then stay this secure.

  • Anonymous
    9 years ago

    Yes its probably a astma attack GO TO THE HOSITAL NOW

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