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... i am new to this board and glad to see to that so many other people experience the same problems as I. I have been suffering with the "difficulty" breathing for almost 2 years now. ... (0 replies)
... Well, it sounds like I'm the newest addition to this symptom. ... (4 replies)
... I'm 44, I workout with weights, have a pretty sedative job, I sit in front of a computer most of the time. I was diagnosed with moderate OSA but am still not able to sleep with the cpap machine. ... (3 replies)

... same symptoms a few years ago and it ended up being severe allergies. I ended up taking a medication named Singulair and it completely went away. You might want to consider this as well. ... (5 replies)
... yo male and for the past week or so, i have not been able to get a full breath of air. it seems to slowly be getting worse. ... (5 replies)
... late December. I've been doing a lot of walking around, which is something I've enjoyed quite a bit. It's something I rarely get to do back home, as we drive every place. I'm enjoying the exercise. ... (3 replies)
... I too have right side diaphragm paralysis. I have found extreme exercise to the point of heavy breathing three times a week has helped to some extent. Cause was damage to the Phrenic nerve while having my right shoulder repaired. The Dr. ... (10 replies)
... ted feeling these little flutters in my chest. Well, this freaked me out a little, so then came the anxiety attacks. Heart pounding, sweating, didn't know what to think. ... (31 replies)
Hyperventilation
Sep 16, 2006
... sometimes I would hyperventilate and have done so for years. the first time I did it I was about 12 years old, I thought I was having a heart attack and prayed to god don't let me die!! ... (36 replies)
... he is now 16 going on 17, and I think I have tried just about everything there is, also he uses neb treatments up to every hr if needed. ... (21 replies)
... I can sympathize with you. I have been through something similar, but my lung function tests were not normal the first time, then the second time they were and the third time they weren't. Basically that's it. ... (21 replies)
... Sorry to read about your troubles, I am experiencing the same breathing problems which escalate after eating a meal whether it is a small meal or large. ... (22 replies)
... better idea of how close to the end she may be and any advice you may have in better helping her during this time as these are questions that are very difficult to ask a doctor with her in the room. ... (2 replies)
... years ago. What happened first was collapsed from extreme fatigue and then I started tripoding trying to breathe. ... (1 replies)
Trouble Breathing
Feb 25, 2009
... Hi, I am 20 years old and a few years back during the summer I had a problem breathing. I felt like I could never catch a good breath almost as if my lungs were not filling all the way or something. Well this did not last long so I brushed it off. ... (1 replies)
... Yes, I see why you are a senior veteran, but more than words and quick replies you have years of experience that is very helpful to someone like myself. I might have told you before but I was pretty miserable for a time before my lower lumbar spinal fusion in 2002. ... (53 replies)
... athing issues for about nine months or so now...but up until a few days ago, they were extremely mild. They were bearable and it pretty much became second nature to me to require some deep breaths every now and then to feel like I'd actually taken a breath. ... (4 replies)
... so they are treating me as if I have a PE. In fact, from what I've heard and read, PEs are at times undetectable. The problem is that whenever I stand up and try to walk, my heartrate jumps incredibly and I can't catch my breath. ... (14 replies)
... made worse when coughing, sneezing or deep breathing. They felt muscular in nature, or like the ribs were involved. The pain did not come on suddenly, it took a few days. ... (6 replies)
End stage copd
Oct 25, 2005
... stage" simply means that there's not much more to be done that can help us, other than very moderate exercise, good nutrition and a good outlook. ... (5 replies)




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