So i am a 13 year old girl. Healthy and athletic. I have had this growling in my throat and chest area for three years now. I first realized it when i was swimming. I would have a hard time breathing after thr growling, and then i would loose my breathe for a couple of seconds. The inly way to relieve it was the lay on my back.
Heres when it happens
Swimming in chlorine
Drinking sweet tea....
At school, maybe the cleaners?
When i wear/ smell perfumes and strong scents
Running and playing sports
I am going to the dr soon but just wondering if anyone has the same problem or has an answer!! Asthma maybe???
It may be due to either pneumonia or higher level of IgE (immunoglobulin-E).I will suggest you for IgE level test(blood test).
Pneumonia:-Viruses, bacteria, and chemicals crapper start the lungs and heat them, feat pneumonia. A earnest illness, pneumonia results in the lungs decent filled with fluids.
Asthma:Asthma occurs when the lungs’ airways inflame, narrow and producing mucus. This blocks the airway.
Higher level of IgE cause allergic response to smell , cold , dust very quickly and you become more sensitive to all these.
So consult your doctor soon.
If you have pneumonia: for antibiotics :http://www.webmd.com/lung/antibiotics-for-pneumonia
If you have higher level of IgE:
Humanized mAb-E25 anti-IgE, (Consult doctor only then take)
If Hyper IgE level :Xolair treatment
Having many sides effects , to read follow link :http://www.drugs.com/sfx/xolair-side-effects.html
From your symptoms more chances of higher level of IgE . But consult to doctor.
Hope this will help you.
Hope for get well soon.
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