What Caused It, The Details
Being Deliberately Made Sick By Chemical Compound Contamination caused it. This became a medical problem just hours after the attack. It caused heart, lung, and diaphragm damage. Years of medicines to treat this hasn't made it any easier to breathe.
A Methacholine Challenge Test was performed on me at Fort Gordon in late 1984 / early 1985 (While still on active duty). This test, when the Methacholine was inhaled, caused me to fall onto the floor, as I fell off the special breathing machine, with an instant full blown asthma attack, with the Army Medical Officer yelling at me, and trying to make me admit to having asthma before entering the military.
He kept on telling me that he would administer the antidote only as soon as I admit to having asthma before entering the military. Since I didn't admit to such, as what he was saying was a lie, I would lose consciousness. I'd wake up to him and another 2 nurses trying their best to keep me on the machine to give me the antidote.
No, I didn't have asthma before going into the military, being Deliberately Made Sick By Chemical Compound Contamination on Robins Air Force Base in October 1984 is caused it. This has further caused a phobia for me, another one of my military PTSDs, when anyone wishes to test my breathing with a machine and will not or refuse to tell me if they are going to administer such a medication at random while I breath.
For the VA testing for asthma, Every time I have been taken to the Carl Vinson VA Medical Center for Pension And Compensation medical evaluations, the operator(s) of the breathing test have always insinuated that I deliberately fail the test. Just as they start the test, they immediately walkout on me, saying I'm not cooperating. I've never been able to breath right, I haven't been able to since being Deliberately Made Sick By Chemical Compound Contamination.
I have always admitted that my breathing problems usually doesn't have wheezing, unless I have a allergy response or Respiratory Infection, this is because of my heart, lungs, and diaphragm being compromised. It's mostly due to heart, lung, and diaphragm permanent damage, Respiratory Muscle damage, from being Deliberately Made Sick By Chemical Compound Contamination.
That it is true that most asthma medications don't help my breathing much or for very long. I have Excessive Exercise Recuperation, which has always taken a lot of resting after exercise and here lately even a long car ride can cause this. Oh, let's not forget all the heavy smokers that I had to work around in the military too.
I've been in chronic pain ever since, yet, pain medicines can't be taken, they always depress my respiratory problems, which makes them worse. Any regular medical treatment of my conditions result in further medical problems.
The October 1984 Chemical Compound Contamination, 34 plus years of asthma medications, and the VA prescribed medicine overdose has put and end to me being able to speak with any reliability. The VA prescribed medicine overdose in August 2015 put my speech problems over the top. My ability to speak is limited, and usually, mostly impossible.