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... Have you any ideas what it could be ? i spent many year's thinking it was perhaps more stomach and dietry related such as ibs/ibd had gastroscopes endoscopes sigmoids not sure now if i believe it ever was dietry and think it's more to do with my copd/emphysema have some other stuff such as joint aches tremors and sweats discomfort in heat (27 replies)
... Hey everyone. Back in August I went to my doctor's office for something other than breathing problems. Well, while I was there, the doctor said I was wheezing. She listened to my lungs and told me they sounded tight. ... (0 replies)
... s hard for me to explain the discomfort, but it would be something like if you were breathing really hard outside in the cold, if that makes sense. ... (1 replies)

... I thought possible blood clot but it only hurts if I turn a certain way or if I swallow solid foods. When I would turn a certain way and breathed in deep it was hell. But if I sit or stand normally I feel no pain or discomfort whatsoever. ... (4 replies)
... I don't know as of yet , they doctor said it was too small to do a Pet scan or to biopsy...she thinks its probably nothing to worry about since I dont smoke but I am noticing lately some discomfort in my lungs and my breathing as well ( may be some paranoia there though I don't think so )..I am pretty sure I will be getting that next CT scan way sooner then 6 months like she... (16 replies)
... if you are in pain, you should be seen by your doctor.. It probably is something simple, now.... but if you wait, it may lead to problems... good luck.. ... (1 replies)
... Thought these pains were some type of weird muscle strain. However, after 2 weeks of these odd pains, I developed a strange pressure in my entire chest area. ... (2 replies)
... On my way home at Durban airport i felt very off and ended up in the airport medical room,they took my blood pressure and it read 236/90 been back nearly two week's now had a home visit from a gp who took more readings the first came out at 190/90 managed to get it down to 159 something she does feel that the abdominal distention and the way i feel so sick n achey along with... (27 replies)
... Hi i'm flying home tomorrow hope the thing's you high lighted to me in your posts will help in finding answers and i have contacted the honoury doctor's association back home in london as i feel they will be able to help. ... (27 replies)
... ays a red flag to me that something serious is going on that no one has identified or addressed. I would rather you do that, than feel helpless, hopeless, and be in a quandary about what is wrong and how you can get better. ... (27 replies)
... ous, and doesn't get how much these issues are impacting your life and relationship. I'd probably do the latter, as your current Dr. does not seem too interested in getting to the bottom of this and helping you. Someone else may be more compassionate and willing to try to get this figured out. ... (27 replies)
... Hi i don't know ladybud 22 year's since i passed out and came to with this many tests some back then some more recent sigmoids gastroscopes endoscopes colonscopy ultrasounds mri ibs ibd diverticular disease cluster headaches migraines suspected temporal artiries though headaches have more or less gone,a diagnosis some 7 or so year's ago of emphysema respioritry test then... (27 replies)
... artiries.Now while here in South Africa i wonder if it was dietry at all and not more liver related as you have explained to say i'm worried as to what stage i'm in by now is an understatement i'm very much in love with my South African partner and yearn to get to grips with all this before it ruins our relationship. ... (27 replies)
... Since you have known liver disease, I would pursue the ascites question with serum proteins being low and excess fluid in the abdomen. The gluten issues can be put on the back burner for now. ... (27 replies)
... No nobody in my family has anything similar at all except cerebellum issues and my mother who is 81 has asthma and hietus hernia (27 replies)
... It could relate to the bloating, joint pains. I would get tested for that in case the bloating is more gas related than fluid. Do you have swelling? ... (27 replies)
... and that further compromises your breathing issues with COPD. You are young to have all this, and blood tests and an ultrasound or CT scan of abdomen should be done. ... (27 replies)
... Also forgot to mention i have strange skin marks on arms and torso like brown scars i'm mixed race and brown skinned think the marks must have appeared around the same time the bloating began. i'm tired of all this very much in love with someone who is the reason i'm here in South Africa,feel like whatever is or has been going on for over 20 year's now is affecting our... (27 replies)
... an i'm on a symbicort 200 inhaler but it doesn't help much.On holiday in Durban South Africa right now and though i'm having the most wonderful time the heat and breathing troubles is getting to me a little it will be summer in London pretty soon after i get back there. ... (27 replies)
... found scarring from duodenal ulcers and the only other thing i recall about two or so years prior to the collapse was around the time i quit drinking when i woke in a pool of blood that seemed to be from my groin. ... (27 replies)




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