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... I would first ask your doc to prescribe you some anxiety meds to see if it subsides the sob sensation. ... (6 replies)
... in with friends and pretty scrunched up in the back seat, and all of a sudden I couldn't get a full, satisfying breath in. I was freaking out and crying, which just made it worse, and my boyfriend took me home and I woke my parents up and we went to the ER. ... (6 replies)
... I would like to post one additonal thing to everyone else's responses. When someone yawns constantly, it could mean that heart rate or blood pressure is low. ... (35 replies)

... Just to say I hope the antacids help. You also said 'I also feel full all the time, burp a lot and have a funny feeling in my throat.' These are also all symptoms of a digestive disorder. ... (12 replies)
... Your breathing with your diaphram and not your lungs which is very bad to do.... ... (35 replies)
... breaths. Also the need to yawn but often could not finish it and I'm sure that to whomever happened to look at me it looked quite strange because I was trying so hard to finish the yawn. ... (35 replies)
... I have been having random breathing problems for over 10 years. Seems like if its too humid I need to have the urge to breath harder and get a full deep breath and well as rainy days and such. More recent which is more disturbing is I find it extremly hard to breath while leaning forward. ... (0 replies)
Air Hunger
Jun 2, 2004
... That sounds exactly like me... Do you have wheezing along with this? (26 replies)
Air Hunger
May 16, 2004
... im constantly not able to get a full breath. some positions sometimes i can. if i laugh, shout or cough, or sometimes talk it gets worse. ... (26 replies)
... Pleurodesis done on the 5th of this month, 8 days ago, and I've been trying to use the incentive spirometer at pretty much every opportunity I can since I woke up after the surgery. ... (0 replies)
... If I were you, I'd reschedule the follow up appointment to complete the full pulmonary function testing you missed and take it from there. Ask him questions. If he thinks it's something else, he will refer you. ... (13 replies)
... There are a couple threads intermingled here so it is hard to respond. First off inhalers do not work well for most restrictive diseases. ... (19 replies)
... thanks for the name of the nurse to get in touch with. I will try next week. ... (237 replies)
... My name is Lee and i was wondering if someone could explain to me about Mac,i fully don't understand it.for the past couple of years i have had shortness of breath alot,extreme fatigue and alot of plegum i cough up in the mourning when i first get up. ... (0 replies)
... years ago. What happened first was collapsed from extreme fatigue and then I started tripoding trying to breathe. ... (1 replies)
... and was diagnosed with asthma a few days ago. The doctor made the diagnosis after performing an allergy test and seeing I reacted to tree pollen and dust. My spirometry test numbers were also really low. ... (0 replies)
... which has been very hard to verbally explain to my physician. PLEASE let me know if you find anything out in regards to this. ... (1 replies)
Chest Pain -
Sep 24, 2010
... I have had BAD chest pain since Sunday. I went to the ER for it on Monday night. The doctor said it was bronchitis and sent me home. Figured OK, that makes since, I guess. ... (1 replies)
... About two and a half months ago I was exposed to a decent amount of pesticide. A day or so later I began finding it hard to breath and I started waking up in the morning with large amounts of weird tasting mucus in my throat. ... (3 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)




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