Are you smoking the herion? My little brother was and his lungs are so so very messed up from it. You definitely need to see a doctor asap I can tell you how many times I've found my little brother so out of breath he couldn't call 911 himself but really needed to, I'll had to call them countless times for him or he will text my mom to have her call. He has been hospitalized so many times over this, when its not taking care of your lungs very weak getting infections and a lot of other bad stuff. Please go to the doctor the longer you wait the harder it will be to get it taken care of. My brothers lungs are destroyed now and he's only 25 it's so sad and he's never even smoked a cigarette! The doctors say he has the lungs of a 70 year old hardcore smoker!
My best friend's daughter is detoxing from a pretty nasty heroin habit. She too, has developed asthma.
The peeing thing: When you are on a lot of opiates, the need to urinate gets screwed up. You want to go but can't. When you're detoxing, your body is still trying to stabilize, so the need to go can be increased, or decrease...it is going to take many weeks, even a month or two, before you stabilize.
That being said: YOU NEED TO SEE A DOCTOR! Restrictive airway disease (basically asthma) is serious stuff. Go to a doctor, go to SOMEONE, or if you can do rehab, do that.
I'm not a doctor, and I'm a bit uncomfortable with what I even wrote in the first paragraph of this response. You must, must, must see a medical professional and get your lungs checked out. Please do it right away...you have your whole life ahead of you.
One more thing: tell the doctor everything. They aren't there to judge, and you wont' be the first person telling your story.
Good luck to you sweetie...post again, please!
Just saw your post & wanted to quickly offer advice. Hopefully
others will follow. It really sounds like you need to be medically
checked out. Not being able to breath is too serious to try to
figure out yourself.
You really need to get looked at by a medical professional.
Please post about what you do.