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    what is this problem?????
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    ARURNAJ posted:
    I Am 24 years old....i take healthy food and exercise regularly...i don't have any kind of breathing problem from my childhood and no breathing problems to my family history.......for past 1 year we had new air conditioner in our house....after 1 year first time i got wheezing and after that i dint get......then i smoke one cigarette/day...when ever i smoke i feel mucus is secreted and i split out.......after waking up in the morning for some times i feel improper breathe and i get sneezing lot...
    what it could be ?? i feel it will go naturally from my body or should i take any medicines????
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