Well Marrigold, Let's see....I know you are concerned about your wheezing and I would be too. When you said "They care more about my BP than my wheezing, it rang a bell with me.
When I went back to the surgeon for my check up after lung surgery, (when he removed my left upper lobe from cancer) I recall him saying...."You're heart is really racing! It's trying to compensate for the missing lung." Then he said," When you follow up with your primary care doctor, tell him I said to change your BP medication to one with a beta blocker." So Marrigold, my BP was higher than it should have been since my operation. This leads me to think if they can get your BP under control, then they can work on the wheezing. It is your lungs that causes your heart to race, which could leave you short of breath and they have to do first things first. I'm no doctor, but I still think you could possibly have an asthma problem. When do you go back to your doctor again? There are numerous reasons people can wheeze. Sometimes it is asthma, sometimes it can be from inflammation or from airways being constricted. Therefore, inhalers are helpful to open you up as well as steroids. Unless you feel very short of breath, or for instance cough up blood, then I would definitely go to the nearest emergency room; otherwise, I would go back to my primary care doctor for further evaluation and use my inhaler in the mean time. In case they didn't tell you, as always, rinse your mouth out after using inhalers. They can, but not always cause thrush. I'm like you....I have enough problems so I rinse my mouth out every time. Lord knows, I don't need any more problems. Let us know when you see your doctor again.