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... There are over 100 different chemicals in cigarette smoke, any of which could be causing you asthma problems. ... (8 replies)
... I've seen my Dr and he said my lungs sound completely clear, I've had blood work, chest xrays, and ekg's and everything comes back good. ... (8 replies)
... I'm experiencing no real symptoms that i'm aware of, save for what feels like a mild but constant tightness in my chest. ... (0 replies)

... had to travel home to my country to receive proper medicalk attention! started with strong flu a year ago which developed the constant cough. ... (1 replies)
... or in your back. ... (30 replies)
... been having breathing problems when sleeping and lying down for a few years. My nose gets blocked as soon as I lie down, and I often wake gasping for breath. My chest and ribs often feel sore, it feels muscular. ... (3 replies)
... Well my problems started happening almost four months ago. I have had bronchitis a few times in the past and when i felt the symptoms coming on I went to the doctor and they said I have bronchitis again.. ... (0 replies)
... s only Health problem is asthma which I have had since the age if three but I thought I had grown out of it about five years ago since I never got it appart from in really dusty places. ... (0 replies)
Emphysema
Jan 14, 2009
... Until recently I was actually feeling pretty good! Now I feel very SOB and have a constant bloating sensation in my tummy. ... (12 replies)
... m wearing a very tight bra. I also have a poking feeling as though someone is poking me in my right lung. These symptoms have been pretty much constant for two months. I first noticed this two months ago when I was at home. ... (1 replies)
... I started having a hard time breathing about two months ago. There was a tightness in my chest, constant coughing whenever I talked for a period of time and sometimes could not finish a sentence until I coughed and gasped for air. Also I have shortness of breathe. ... (7 replies)
... My story is the same as many of you. Glad to find this thread, suffering very similar symptoms. I haven't figured it out yet either, but I thought I would join in the conversation. ... (30 replies)
... Scheduling a CPAP mask study in two weeks to see if that helps. I am beginning to believe that once you get that shortness of breath...it scares the living hell out of you... ... (30 replies)
... on. I've been going through stress with a father who just died, a new job, a lost girlfriend, refinancing hassles. So it's a nightmare. I've felt all kinds of chest stiffness. Didn't go to a doctor yet since I know it's stress, based on past experience. How I've remedied it is remembering how I reduce stress. ... (30 replies)
... or pneumonia. He referred me to a GI and diagnosed me with GERD. It may be something to look into for your symptoms as well. At first I dismissed it, because my chest hurt so much, had a lot of yuck in my throat and laryngitis for 7 weeks. It all makes more sense now, as I have been doing a lot of reading about it. ... (30 replies)
Hyperventilation
Apr 30, 2007
... I can sympathize so much with all of you in this post. I also have this awful constant shortness of breath. What a strange phantom of an illness...if it is one. ... (36 replies)
... I believe more and more that it is anxiety, but a very unpredictable manifestation of it. I have definitely been stressed in between these episodes, and at the onset of this one...I didn't have anything to be stressed about. ... (30 replies)
... It's unusual, but a family member had all the same symptoms as you. After seeing 10 doctors in 8 months and being pumped full of asthma and bronchitis medication, (and having several chest X-rays and a CT scan), the 11th doctor finally (and quickly) found that he had a paralyzed diaphragm. You just can't get a deep breath. The lungs are fine, the bellows that work them... (30 replies)
... you're right... it can't hurt to try a new idea. Yeast stays in your body for a long time... may take a special diet to rid yourself of it. ... (30 replies)
... sorry to hear of your breathing problems. I used to have a great deal of problems absorbing air even tho my lungs would seem to expand normally. I was put in the booth more than once, checked with and without inhalers and told there was little or no difference in the tests. I was told they could not find any problem. ... (30 replies)


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