Hard breathing

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Last week i started breathing from my mouth , trying to get full air , now my back is hurting .

i am not tired , i went for a run and i did great ., I walk fast without getting tired .

It gets worst after eating ., now i am resting and feel better .

Anybody with same symptoms ?

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  • Posted

    google Dyspnea, i am only saying google because it can be caused by so many issues, very few sinister but may need to be addressed by your doctor if it continues. any other symptoms?

  • Posted

    Do you get any heartburn? Have you tried a food diary since it gets worse after eating? See your doctor you are no better after a week and ask about reflux or gastritis.

  • Posted

    This occurs to almost everyone from time to time. You will get over it shortly if not already.

    • Posted

      Lester. you gave me that exact reply once when I wrote about a long standing problem I had.

      if that's all you have to offer people then I just wouldn't bother.

    • Posted

      Problems getting a full breath doesn't happen to me. I don't think it occurs that often to many people.

    • Posted

      yesterday I had apple cider vinegar ., the only thing i noticed is itchy throat and dry .

      For my burning arms and back it went away with low carb diet .


  • Posted

    thanks everyone for replying .

    I woke up better this morning but i feel if i had something dry in my throat .

    My Gi doctor thinks i had gastritis , acid reflux and had me done so many tests , everything clear .

    I posted a few months ago that when i excercised i had burning back and arms . A MONTH ago i started low carb diet and track my food and the pain was gone in less than a week . I went to a different doctor for that .

    It is keto diet , maybe too much fat and my gallbladder is affected ., no pain though .

    Yesterday i had APPLE CIDER VINEGAR , and i am taking vitamin D3 and K2 and also omega 3 .

    thanks and keep you posted once this symptom is gone hopefully by itself before going to a doctor .

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