Hi RMHannah, and thanks for your post. You may be aware, we cannot provide medical advice or diagnostics over the internet (for your own safety), however, your concern certainly warrants a reply. Asthma symptoms can vary from patient to patient and so, your situation may be unique for you. There are people who have an asthma diagnosis and yet, do not wheeze. I thought these two articles might provide you with some additional insight. First this one on asthma and wheezing (and not wheezing, too): https://asthma.net/living/not-asthmatics-wheeze-not-wheezing-asthma/. And then, this article on silent asthma: https://asthma.net/living/silent-asthma-what-you-need-to-know/.
I do hope you find these articles to be helpful.
Wishing you well, Leon (site moderator)
February 22, 2020
Yes you can have cough variant asthma which is a cough with phlegm but no wheezing. This is my diagnosis. But it’s important that you see a pulmonologist to get a accurate diagnosis.