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I will be tested for COPD in March 2018 as the doctor thinks I may have COPD. I quit smoking 27 years ago ( I am 61 years old. ) and worked in a job that had no chemicals of any kind and my work space had less dust then all the rest of the building. I had requested an allergy test and everything came back negative. No dust or mites or pollens or molds showed any reactions so my question is can a person with no known allergies still have those things trigger a COPD attack. While in the woods camping I developed a cough that stuck around for weeks and ended up taking steroid inhaler and a puffer. It did help. I occasionally have a pressure in the center of my chest and a cough that doesn't stay for long. FYI, I was also tested for all possible tree and grass pollens all negative. Any thoughts about this?
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