Today I’m going to discuss 5 Facts about Thunderstorm Asthma.
Thunderstorm Asthma is a potentially life-threatening form of Asthma that is related to pollen, pollen grains, and strong winds that we associate with thunderstorms.
It may affect people with a past history of asthma, a current history of asthma, known allergies to pollens, or patients without any past history of similar illness.
The symptoms of Thunderstorm Asthma may be a cough, chest pain or tightness, a whistling sound known as a wheeze, or shortness of breath.
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