These are common asthma symptoms. I would suggest seeing your physician and discussing these symptoms. There are many medications that can be given to relieve the coughing and wheezing. Probably you will get a lung function test to make the diagnosis.
Sounds like Asthma to me. Did you just get over a very bad lung infection or it is possible you have one now. May need an x-ray to determine what is going on. Your doctor can tell you but you sound like you have inflamation (inflammation) in your lungs. There are some inhaler options and a dose of steroides could help but you really need to see a doctor. Some short term help I found helpful was Vicks and warm drinks and try to stay quiet and out of the cold. Drink a lot of warter. Good luck.
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