If you have mixed-type asthma, both allergic and non-allergic factors provoke your symptoms. You have some symptoms triggered by nonspecific inhalants, while typical allergic factors also may play a role in your asthma. For instance, you may have wheezing episodes with each cold and also have similar symptoms during ragweed season. This is the type of asthma that specialists see most often.
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