... chest; what should I do to find comfort? I also got some of the inhaler medicine on my tongue then I got the tightness in my chest. Should I go to the doctor or what happens now. I was ok until I took this medicine and I took more puffs than usual because I was not sure if it was anymore medicine in the inhaler.
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