Sorry but this really the domain of a professional as asthma often ends up being COPD (chronic obstructive pulmonary disorder). The difficulty breathing and continuous coughing could well be pulmonary edema. The whole thing is Doctor time.
I disagree my asthma is a lot of coughing especially in the morning. I am being treated my an Asthma Dr. I have 2 Asthma inhalers a nebulizer a rescue inhaler. I do have a hard time breathing. This is something for a Dr. to distinguish.
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