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... I would switch doctors and actually go to one that listens to you. Just a case in point, over the past two weeks I have been experiencing severe shortness of breath. I have a history with anxiety issues, but this shortness of breath did not feel like an anxiety shortness of breath. ... (10 replies)
... e body and get things working properly. The guy I saw in Sydney Australia is named Geoff Ward and he released my neck and virtually cured me. I saw him twice and after that had none of these symptoms reccur for two years! ... (9 replies)
... or talking. I do get little dizzy, I do have UILD thought it was from lack of o2 to the brain ? ... (9 replies)

... ct same thing. Am male, age 50, athletic, never had any such experiences but am currently under tremendous pressure at work. So I've had meetings with people one after the other where I have to mobilize and give rapid and detailed advice, often spending up to 5 minutes talking before the other person can respond. ... (9 replies)
... He is talking about Intrapulmonary arteriovenous shunting? ... (17 replies)
... years I have been getting chest tightness, wheezing, and shortness of breath around the same time every winter. With out any cold or sickness before hand. ... (3 replies)
... random bouts of light headedness but blood oxygen shows fine when hooked up to monitor. This will come on even during the happiest of moments when it is furthest from my mind or in the middle of talking with clients and or friends on phone while driving! ... (0 replies)
... turns out to be negative for PH. I am now a little nervous about the heart cath since they have to tell you all about the negatives that could happen as a result of this procedure as they do with any surgery or procedure. ... (53 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. ... (53 replies)
... Or maybe just because nothing changed. After 2 weeks on the Spiriva I could make it up and down the stairs without stopping. A friend of mine swears the Advair is the only thing that ever helped her emphysema! We are all different in how our bodies work. ... (110 replies)
... I sometimes feel as though all the air is rushing out of my lungs and when I try to inhale, it is difficult and feels as though I am breathing liquid. ... (0 replies)
... I'm a 29 year old female and I have been posting here for the last couple of weeks, but not concerning my lungs. I hadn't really considered a lung problem until yesterday after talking to my cardiologist. ... (3 replies)
... This story starts well before Christmas when I was walking with another teacher in the halls of our local High School. After we had walked for roughly 30 minutes, I all of a sudden became very weak and light headed and had to very quickly sit down to catch my breath. ... (2 replies)
... I would think that after walking for six months your body would be in better condition and the breathing would not be as hard. When I started my walking program, it was hard at first. ... (2 replies)
... So, some time passes and actually the chest pains start to go away...either that or I had gotten so used to them I didn't really notice or care. We're talking very minor pains... ... (2 replies)
... acid reflux and shortness of breath with chest pain which was previously attributed to angina. She's 44 yrs old and a smoker. ... (1 replies)
... just a constant slight shortness of breath. He didn't think asthma would be the problem. ... (18 replies)


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