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... or about a week now. It has been mostly in the left, but tonihgt it is in the left. It is killing me. It happens if I move a little too much, and definitely if I take in a deep breath. I don't know what it is, but it is killing me. Ibuprofen has not helped at all. I can't sleep. I cannot find a comfortable position. ... (0 replies)
... OK so I tend to breath deep often as it just feels like I should. ... (1 replies)
... ad the burning when I did. There was no burning here, just pressure so, I left. Over the next few days the pressure subsided but then I had difficulty taking a deep breath. ... (4 replies)

... and the need to take deep breaths that not always are satisfactory. And yes I find it strange too that there are so many people with the same symptoms and no clear diagnosis. ... (14 replies)
... i was having this same problem for a week or so. couldn't breath deeply, tried to use inhaler, didn't work, would need to yawn, certain times it would be worse than others. ... (14 replies)
... The symptoms that I have are...needing to take deep breaths, but cant. The need to yawn so bad to the point that I gag. After I DO yawn I am light headed. tired sometimes!! ... (14 replies)
... is anxiety based is because it happens every time I sit down to dinner with other people. It's that feeling of being "trapped" or "forced" into something that I cannot get out of. Inevitably I start working for that deep breath. It is so frustrating and I wish there was a way to make it stop. ... (14 replies)
... you didnt mention the reason you cant get the deep breath. ... (14 replies)
... but its closed. well i have a similar problem. sometimes i have to take a deep breath and then i try yawning. i cant complete my yawn. could it be anxiety? ... (14 replies)
... I used to have anxiety and panic attacks when I was a teenager and I know what they feel like. This isn't anxiety. I'm with you in whatever efforts you plan to take in bringing this condition to the attention of the medical community. Please contact me if I can help in any way. ... (31 replies)
... ll of you. From the moment I wake up till I go to sleep I feel like I am not getting enough air in my lungs. I feel the need to yawn and sometimes I get a full breath but soon after I feel the need to take a deep breath again but it doesn't work. ... (31 replies)
... Quite a lot of this sounds very familiar. im 42, male. Been have trouble getting a deep breath for going on ten years now. Also very hard to complete most yawns. ... (31 replies)
... Hi I have been having A very similar problem lately. I cannot seem to have a full yawn I feel Like I cannot take a deep full breath.. This then causes me to feel anxious and my chest hurts. I wonder if it might be anxiety disorder? ... (31 replies)
... weeks. Took it for 3 weeks and felt better. Jan. 2007, still taking Prilosec, now it feels like I need to take a deep breath constantly. Sometimes I can catch it, sometimes I can't. DR put me on Claritin and Klonopin. ... (31 replies)
... had a problem breathing until early 2006...I'm not certain exactly when it came about, just early in this year. I often have a desire to fill my lungs by taking deep breaths, or yawning...sometimes I find myself unable to yawn, but when I CAN yawn, it makes it better. ... (31 replies)
... c I know when I begin to get that feeling I am just slowly hyperventilating again and take control back. It will take awhile. ... (3 replies)
... yawning as a temporary relief of air hunger. Not with me, maybe it's because I can't make myself yawn so that never helps. Usually the only way I'm able to get a deep breath is if I hunch my shoulders forward, rounding my back, bracing my hands on my thighs and breathing in deeply while kindof straightening up.... ... (16 replies)
Weak diaphragm?
Feb 14, 2014
... However, I cannot tense up my muscles without moving them, even when I'm very stressed my muscles tense up only minimally. ... (0 replies)
... d again go to the doc and you should get checked out for fluid and possible pneumonia. There are people who have no idea they have "walking pheumonia", and you cannot afford to take any risk. ... (1 replies)
... I have not thought about this problem for 25 years. I too saw every specialist available, wore a Holter monitor for the palpatations and was tested for allergies. I finally solved the problem by cutting out what was then referred to as Nutra-Sweet. It is now known by its generic name, aspartame. When I stopped aspartame, the problem went away in a few weeks and did not... (4 replies)

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