Spotlight- Asthma and Pain

Asthma and Pain: Does It Exist?

Does asthma leave you feeling in pain? Do you feel like pain is a common symptom associated with asthma? Many members in our community expressed that pain is common when it comes to asthma. Asthma attacks, coughing, wheezing are all things that we may define as painful. Asthma is an invisible illness and so is pain.

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