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Thoracotomy pain
Oct 21, 2008
... I just found these boards and I'm so happy to be able to chat with others in similar situations. ... (2 replies)
... Yep, I'm having the same problem, and it is now three weeks after quitting smoking. I also thought about going back to smoking to see if this would stop, but that would be stupid. I feel much better knowing that this is not just me. ... (16 replies)
... My symptoms closely correspond to yours although I have never smoked. Although I had been complaining about not being able to inhale deeply for almost 10 years, the symptoms got much worse about a year ago. ... (6 replies)

... s perfectly healthy until I conracted pneumonia one year ago.I was on holidays at the time and noticed I could not take in a full breath whilst standing in chest deep water of the swimming pool, I could breathe in maybe one third of normal capacity whilst in the water,get out of the water and breathing was fine. ... (6 replies)
Trouble Breathing
Feb 16, 2008
... You can buy Prilosec OTC over the counter and try that for a week to see if it helps you at all. ... (57 replies)
Air Hunger
Dec 19, 2006
... e of my symptoms include Vocal Cord Disfunction, esophageal spasms, etc. My main symptom is VCD or vocal cord disfunction. I feel tightness in my throat and the inability to take a deep breath. The more I deep breath or gasp, the worse it gets. Search the internet for VCD. Good luck. ... (26 replies)
... stopped taking the med and is occuring pretty frequently now. My dad said he experiences the same thing...so it must be normal. Although, I'm not sure it happens to him in the same degree. ... (1 replies)
... Ian, your inability to get a deep breath could indeed be stress related. When we're anxious or tense we tend to breathe in a more shallow fashion and this leads us to feel we can't get a proper good deep breath. The trouble is the more we think about it the worse it gets. ... (5 replies)




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