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@justlearning I have been to an ENT and they ran a scope down and told me there were no visual signs of damage and told me everything looks good. I am going to an Gastroenterologist Monday and maybe can get some answers. Also, I read the article on Psedodyspnea and I will let My GI doctor read it too, its very interesting thanks. 😉
@robkern3 Unfortunately I am still having this issue. It is always present, I am like you I have good days and bad days. November will be 2 years that I have dealt with this. Its frustrating, but I have learned to cope to some degree.
Hi. Yes all my blood work was normal except my vitamin d was low and I take supplements for that. I drink nothing but water and I have OJ in the morning. I have tried the Alkaline diet and it never is completely gone. I can't pin point it to anything at this point.
Hi, unfortunately I am still having this need to take a deep breath. November was a year ago for me. I have good and bad days. I have tried everything from diet, anti anxiety and nothing has made it completely go away. I still run 3 times a week. I took some time away from this thread because I felt it was geared more to dyspnea that COPD pts deal with and its not the same. I am not short of breath, I just feel the urge to take a deep breath throughout the day. I am 44 and very healthy.
Hi, I just saw your post. How are you doing? I am doing ok. I still have good days and bad days. November has been a year with this. I still run and all test have come back fine. I just dont understand this at all. To be so healthy and I try to take care of myself. I still have the urge to take a deep breath or have to yawn to feel satisfied.
@nycmom you are not bothering me at all! I was in search of answers too when mine started. Mine started back in November of last year until this may 6 months. I felt the exact same way you did. The more I would try to catch a deep satisfying breath and couldn't, i would become more anxious and fustrated which then made it worse. Just like you if I was preoccupied with something I didnt do it, but just as soon as I became still I would think about it and the cycle would start. As soon as my eyes opened in the morning I would start thinking about it. My chest would hurt too, but I think that was because I would struggling using my chest muscles to catch a deep breath. The doctor told me if it doesnt wake me up at night and if its not a major organ ( which was not after many extensive test) that is has to be a tick. Occasionally I still feel the urge but I will just resist it. Was it easy at first…NO! I had to keep reminding myself that I was fine. I don't mind to answer any questions anytime. I just hope this helps you, because I was there and it was so frustrating. Keep me posted please.