Yet another question, sorry...not an emergency btw!
OK, I know:
*not everything that makes wheezing noises is asthma
*you can have asthma, or symptoms like it, without wheezing, even quite badly
But if you are wheezing, or at least in general making more noise than usual breathing through nose (I'm actually not 100% sure what is counted as a wheeze), is it a sign things are getting worse (gradually, I am not in need of immediate help!), or just that they're changing? Pred seems to have had opposite effect from what it was supposed to (a coincidence, I think, don't think it's making things worse just not making them better). And I seem to have been making more noise breathing in the last week and a half or so, and not just late at night. I used to breathe noisily later in the evening and when trying to get to sleep, now it seems like it's happening more throughout the day.
As ever I will get help if needed but don't think I do yet (and nothing much they can do for me at OOH/GP etc anyway), just curious and wondering if this is something I should be paying attention to as an indicator or if it's just a bit random like everything else my lungs manage to come up with.