... Sounds a lot like what I've had going on. I have had shortness of breath for several years and was diagnosed with Sleep Apnea about 8 years ago. I use CPAP to treat that. I also smoked for about 20 years - about an average of 1/2 pack a day. My doctors all knew I was always tired and short of breath but never sent me for tests. I had my cardiologist do stress echo tests - all... (1 replies)
... ugh oxygen. She said I was to ring my g.p. and our local 111 service, well I rang my g.p. and he didn't seem to bothered, he said ' well I suppose we should do a chest xray' this will take over a weeks wait. ... (2 replies)
... ray at that time which showed nothing abnormal and blood work at time was also normal, but at the time I wasnt having any shortness of breath. I am now. Chest just feels tight. ... (1 replies)
... Im suffering from this urge of taking deep breaths and yawning all the day from last 5 months. Got done with lots of blood tests chest X-Ray everything says its normal, one GP said that its due to anxiety and im taking Xanax from last 3 weeks but it doesn't hepled me. The urge started as i wake up in the morning And goes all day untill i sleep ,its very irritating and... (6 replies)
... My most recent problem started last Saturday. I woke up with shortness of breath. I assumed I had a chest cold because my kids had one earlier in the week. Even speaking full sentences made me need to take an extra breath. ... (1 replies)
... help but I had to stop because it gave me really really bad unbearable heartburn. Another note to add, whenever I run it feels like there is a ROCK sitting in my chest after about five minutes. It's painful and it is hard to breathe. Is it possible that I do have asthma and the allergist missed it? ... (4 replies)
... Im very anxious person and i dont know exactly when it started but its been around since august 2014 but back then it wasn't as intense as now.
In february this year i had blood work, no vitamins and iron included, only sedimentation rate and 2 other things (can't remember) & doc didn't think x-ray was necessary.
Eh...hope i'll convince myself to go to doc, if i wanted... (6 replies)
... Are you going through a very anxious time recently? And when did this start?
Have you had a complete blood work-up done, vitamin b levels and especially vitamin d and iron? and a chest x-ray?
Its not normal to yawn or take in that many deep breaths...hope your doctor gives more insight as to what's going on.
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... Did your doctor do a chest xray first? ... (1 replies)
... The top of my lung is also stitched to the chest wall..but I guess collapse can happen at any angle. ... (24 replies)
... It's possible that during the pleurodesis that some areas were abraded maybe too thinly where blebs may have been and air is between the lung and chest wall tissues. The pleurodesis is supposed to keep the lung from collapsing, but maybe there's a small amount of air in a very small area causing that sound. ... (24 replies)
... Hi...yeah, it was my fault to not have checked to receive notice.
Fluid will show on x-ray. Sometimes I have clicking sounds in my lower chest, but that's probably muscle rubbing against the rib (the one I had removed and replaced/stapled/wired back in place) considering there's change in the structure a bit from incision and stitching back.
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... There could be some air bubbles going through your chest between the tissues that will eventually dissipate. I used to get them, but they were painful. ... (24 replies)
I have had a wheezing sound that seems to be heard after a chronic cough attack in 2011
It seems to come from the throat. The right side of the larynx doesn't feel right and I have quite a lot of throat clearing of mucus on that side
I also have the feeling it only happens on moderate to forceful exhalation and seems to be only heard when my mouth is open.
I have... (3 replies)
... Good to hear all is clean regarding polyps/precancer. Sad when it's a family thing, but a major plus you were checked. How often are your c-scopes? and what area was the resection?
Yes, the collapsed lung....happened in 1974 and 1975 3 times before I was hospitalised Sept '75. Definitely painful, and I collapsed 3 times after the tubings, so had to have the surgery. At... (13 replies)
... Your recovery through all your surgeries must have been very painful. I've had major chest surgery for a collapsed lung and a hysterectomy...I can relate through those and pain meds definitely helped. ... (13 replies)
... crunchy feeling in my chest when I bend over and breathe deeply. ... (24 replies)
... I have had two CT scans in three weeks. Both showed pneumonia in left lung. My question is how can I have pneumonia without any of the usual symptoms? I have no cough, spitting up gunk, or a fever! What I do have shortness of breath and hurts to take breathing. As of last night I started feeling like there were bubbles and when I laid on that side it felt like I squashed... (1 replies)
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