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    Nov 26, 2014, 07:52 AM
    Need help
    I've been experiencing a problem since the last 15-18yrs,I used to be an asthmatic patient,but that has been cured for a while,I have some allergies either,the basic problem is I make weird noises in night while sleeping,because of irritation in throat/upper and nose... I rub my eyes too and my nose,while scratching my throat unintentionally,I don't know when I do all this,can anyone please help with this?
    I'll be waiting for your reply.
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    Nov 26, 2014, 07:59 AM
    Asthma isn't generally something you cure but a disease that you manage and control through medication. You'll always have it, if you go off your medication you'll get asthma attacks again.

    You make weird sounds when you sleep. And? Everyone does at points. IF this is really concerning you should talk to your doctor to get a referral to a specialist. Is it impacting you or your partner's life? Is this why it is concerning?
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    Nov 26, 2014, 08:00 AM
    We don't have any doctors who are members of this site. Therefore, we cannot diagnose this or recommend treatment. You need to see your doctor.
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    Nov 26, 2014, 08:07 AM
    Asthma isn't generally something you cure but a disease that you manage and control through medication. You'll always have it, if you go off your medication you'll get asthma attacks again.

    You make weird sounds when you sleep. And? Everyone does at points. IF this is really concerning you should talk to your doctor to get a referral to a specialist. Is it impacting you or your partner's life? Is this why it is concerning?
    I respectfully disagree. I, for one, had terrible asthma as a child. I haven taken medication in 30+ years, and I'm a smoker. My son had asthma. He is now 12 and hasn't been medicated for 9 years. One can indeed grow out of asthma.

    It sounds as though the OPs asthmatic condition has changed to a condition of allergies, or possibly post-nasal drip. Only a doctor will know for sure.

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