The question I have is, did you really have asthma or a process that mimicked asthma like symptoms. Any process that can precipitate bronchospasm (wheezing) such as reflux disease, post nasal drip from allergic rhinitis and even medications can cause a patient to wheeze and act like asthma. Even an upper respiratory tract infection with virus and simulate asthma. Best let your physician know if you have any of these other conditions.
infection or an inhalation injury.
There is a saying in medicine that all that wheezes is not asthma. Other syndromes like congestive heart
failure, vocal cord dysfunction and others can mimic asthma symptoms.
Matt Horn MD