Does anyone else have any of these symptoms. I sure hope so. I've had difficulty breathing in the past, but it never lasted this long. I had to call 911 three weeks ago, and the ER docs could find nothing wrong. He actually said " Since you've been suffering with it this long, you can continue to, since it seems you have it under control."
I have a very hard/difficult time seems like exhaling. I can breathe in but breathing out is difficult. It's like I can't seem to catch my breath. Because of this, I have to keep yawing, which bring some relief. I have headaches, light headedness, some nausea, heart palpitations and tingling in the hands and feet. I've had an EKG and chest x-rays and they found nothing wrong.
The ER doctor looked at me as if I was crazy. I tried to explain every symptom but the x-ray and EKG were fine, so there was nothing more to discuss. He sent me home. I have an appointment with the cardiologist on Thursday and have been looking up some symptoms. Right now, I'm leaning towards B12 deficiency. Not sure, but will keep on looking.View Thread
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