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... To add to this thread I too can get breathless talking and part of it may be a little overly excited or passionate about the subject ,,does anyone get out of breath bending down to tie shoes or pick up something? ... (8 replies)
... sin and i was like and then we went here and we there and we did this an i found myself slowling down and mid sentence i had to sit cause i was starting to black out and i had to stop and st on the floor and catch my breath and then continue the conversation . ... (8 replies)
... When my B12 was low, I was breathless when talking. ... (8 replies)

... assured me that it should be 'nothing to worry about' and it was under further investigation. There is no history of thyroid problems in my family. The only thing is anemia on my mother's side. My mum now has pernicious anemia. My B12 was checked and was in normal range. ... (15 replies)
... I'm just now starting to feel better, most of the symptoms have gone away, with the exception of the fatigue, which comes and goes now. When it does come it's brutal and reminds me of how bad I felt for so long. The hairloss has lightened up but is still more than what's normal for me. ... (15 replies)
... I was diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis back in 2003. Yes, I am lots of meds but I am doing pretty well. I noticed I had been very tired, more so but didn't think anything of it and mentioned it to my neuro when I went to see him. ... (10 replies)
... I have been "lurking" for a few days and decided I wanted to actually participate in this group. I have already read a lot of posts that answered many of my questions. The biggest concerns I have right now are not about treatment but about "coping" until I begin to feel better. ... (5 replies)


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