My daughter's breathing is loud not wheezy, but loud enough to be able to hear clearly when the TV isn't on. She had a doctors appointment this evening and got told that her airflow is nearly non-existent towards the bottom of her lungs and is complaining that she can't empty her lungs properly; when she says she manages to, she coughs a lot with it. She doesn't appear to be in any sort of distress with breathing, but it looks strange; the skin around her lower neck appears to be indented when she inhales and her chest seems to get pulled in and her ribs become visible. She has no blueness at all and she refuses to go get checked over again, even though she says her chest is really tight. Her pulse is a bit fast, and her blood pressure is low, which she assures me is normal when she's had her blue inhaler. Does it sound like something we can wait out till tomorrow, or does it need seeing to tonight? She refuses to go to A&E on a Friday night when I say it myself. Hope if someone else says she needs checking out, it may convince her otherwise..