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... Do you ever have sort of a heavy feeling right in the center of your chest, but nothing really painful, just uncomfortable? ... (10 replies)
... squeezing like sensation in the center of my chest all week and ended up going to the emergency room last night because I woke up with it. ... (10 replies)
... and as their shortness of breath increases, there are fast acting inhalers that help, like Combivent. I only need Combivent when I have a chest cold, and it is affecting my breathing. If your Copd is mild, the medication you would need is minimal...but it seems Advair would help your particual symptoms. ... (10 replies)

... Thanks for all the information and insight. All of this really helps and at this point, I need all the help I can get. It's funny you mentioned your dr. ... (10 replies)
... Hi again, Bee. I think I can offer you a little bit of comfort here. My days are so busy and active! My lifestyle hasn't changed really, accept I am more suseptable to getting colds and I get tired more now. ... (10 replies)
... a day until I was around 30. Then I just started smoking "socially" and would go days without, then have a beer and smoke then. I guess I had this false sense of security that I didn't smoke enough to be hurting myself and that I'd quit before I got anything bad. ... (10 replies)
... anaged to quit smoking for two years, then relapsed back to it again, unfortunately. Right before I quit for that two years, I did notice I'd get a heavy feeling in my chest, and also pain in my upper back region. When I stopped smoking, eventually this went away. ... (10 replies)
... as well as humidity, etc...There are many subtle differences in how my body handles things now. Sometimes when I get a chest cold, it will affect my breathing. ... (10 replies)
... steer clear of people who have viruses... ... (10 replies)
... or backaches. I smoked for 33 years and quit 8 months ago. Unfortunately, it took my 66 year old mother dying of lung cancer for me to open my eyes, but I'm thankful that I did. ... (10 replies)
... Hi Debbie: Good to hear from you and thanks for the input/advice regarding the meds. I'm anxious to see what happens at the doctor tomorrow and will keep you posted. I am feeling better than I was. Take care and I'll post again soon. Bee (10 replies)
Spirometry test
Oct 3, 2003
... On June 11 th I woke up, in pain, but not extreme, so I went to work as normal. Through out the night at work, in a paint booth, I began to feel more and more like I was having what I thought to be a heart attack. ... (5 replies)
... For the past 5 months I have experienced varying degrees of pain under my right shoulder blade. It was assumed it was a muscular injury, and I was sent to PT. The problem seemed to be easing. ... (0 replies)
New and scared..
Jun 2, 2007
... so similar to mine! The only difference is, you write that the pains are sharp and mine is more a dull, achy discomfort. The armpit ache is new to me since all of this started. ... (19 replies)


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