As Beachmom mentioned, it's starting out to be a bad allergy season. For instance, yesterday before I had my first lovely colonoscopy, the anesthesiologist came in to listen to my lungs, etc. He asked me how my asthma was doing and I told him I was having a good asthma day. He said my lungs sounded pretty good. Tonight, I'm coughing and wheezing, which I need to take care of when I finish my posting.
That's just how fast asthma can change. You have to always be prepared for the worst case scenario, at least if your asthma is severe.
I am glad you have an appointment to see your doctor. If it gets a lot worse before your appointment and they can't work you in, please don't hesitate to go to an Urgent Care type facility or if all else fails, and ER. You can't afford to take chances with asthma. Allergies can really trigger asthma in some people, including me.
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