Feeling winded

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Hi All

I have RA and was diagnosed 3 years ago.  In the last couple of months I have been experience sharp pains all over my upper body and twisting pains in both of my kidney areas.  Over the last two weeks these pains seem to have subsided although I am still getting times where I suddenly inhale very deeply and even make a noise as though I have been winded.  This happens several times a day and can be embarassing as it happens when in a quiet room with others! It happens so often that I feel I am bruised underneath my breasts in the middle area.  Does anyone have any ideas what this could be? oh, i've also been suffering with anxiety so not sure if this could be related. I am now taking cocodamol (which I think is helping with the pain) Opinions would be much appreciated. Thanks.  Anna :-)

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    make notes and see ur doctor . make a noise as though  sound like u falled to sleep and woken up sleep actknee.

    cocodamol  taking to much cause problems unlined . best to see gp .

    ( cause me gut problems them tabs )

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      Hi Peter - Thanks for quick reply.  I've been to see doctor and he doesn't seem to know and has referred me to rheumatologist again so I guess i'll have to wait to see her.  It's so frustrating - and painful!!
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      sound more like the pain clinic u could need , the 1 and only thing that that the tablets do work and done my guts in so ltd what i can take . anti acid cause problems head ackes ,.
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