As i've been growing up I thought it was normal to wake up with this pain. Almost every morning I sleep longer than 5 hours I extremely hurts to breathe when I wake up. I don't think it's my chest it feels like my lungs just kill when they expand and such when i breathe in the morning. Also when I breathe in deeply it really hurts. I've been diagnosed with POTS and not sure if this had anything to do with it? thanks. (Im a 15 year old female)View Thread
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