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Typically if symptoms resolve on their own you should not have to worry about there being persistent problems, but it does make us worry about what might have caused the original wheezing. At least for now, keep an eye out for this to start again. If it does, take a quick video and then use this same thread to contact me again and I'll see what I can do to help with the symptom otherwise if there are no longer symptoms the wait-and-watch approach should be fine for now.
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Checking in, JACustomer. I didn't hear back from you yesterday. How is your companion doing today? Improvements? Do you need additional assistance?