Find out if breathing issues could be a sign of COPD

Are you experiencing ongoing wheezing, shortness of breath, coughing or chest tightness?

Take this assessment, and familiarize yourself with some signs and symptoms of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD). The results can help determine if you should see your doctor for a diagnosis.

Q1. Do you have COPD?

Q2. Do you use a rescue inhaler?

Q3. Are you using oxygen?

Q4. Have you experienced a decline in your ability to walk, or do you easily become short of breath?

Q5. Have you had to go to the Emergency Room or Urgent Care more than 2 times within the last 30 days because you were having trouble breathing and experienced wheezing, shortness of breath, tightness in your chest or developed a cough that’s more severe or frequent than usual?

Q6. Have you been admitted to the hospital over the last year because you were having trouble breathing and experienced wheezing, shortness of breath, tightness in your chest or developed a cough that’s more severe or frequent than usual?

Q7. If you are or ever were a smoker, have you smoked for 20 or more years?

This material is provided for informational use only and is not intended to act as a diagnosis. You should consult with your doctor.

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Learn more about COPD

Information on COPD’s causes, symptoms, diagnosis and treatment.

What to do if you think you may have COPD

If your symptoms and experiences suggest you may have COPD, talk to your doctor about next steps, including testing, diagnosis and treatment.

If you don’t have a primary care physician or need a new one, search the Humana providers network.