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Should I talk to my doctor about my obstructive lung disease symptoms?

Talk to your doctor if you are experiencing symptoms that may be an indication of obstructive lung disease. Symptoms usually become more severe over time, and may become life-threatening. It is important to talk to your doctor so you can receive a proper diagnosis and get appropriate treatment.

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What increases my risk for obstructive lung disease?
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Who is most at risk for obstructive lung disease?
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What are current recommendations regarding obstructive lung disease?
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Does obstructive lung disease affect children differently than adults?
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