Nausea and chest pain...

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Hi ladies...Do any of you wake up feeling ok and as day goes on you just keep feeling worse???I wake up fine then as morn goes on I get nauseated and chest starts hurting to point i just get tired and uncomfortable bad???Loose when i go to bathroom and thats like 3 to 4 times a morn now..sometime chest hurts to even eat...so tired of all this so goin to Dr this afternoon to see what she thinks??Ha ha prob b the same old stuff and ill walk out ...any ideas appreciated...Thank you ladies....I wonder if air getting trapped in chest from gas...Also short of breath at times...

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    Laurie, oh yes, I getnthe chest pain and the nausea. The only thing that has given me a bit of relief is upon waking, I take a ginger capsule for nausea and 2 capsules of Serrapeptase for the chest pain along with my liquid magnesium for my morning anxiety. The Serrapeptase has cut down on the chest pain for me. I know how awful it feels. Hope you find some relief soon. Hugs
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      Serrapeptase is an enzyme from the silk worm. I know, sounds so disgusting, but it comes in capsules and easy to swallow. It helps with so many ailments, but chest pain is one of them. I wont be without it. It also helps with cysts and fibroids, which I am prone to get. Andbyes, it does wear you out. Im still getting the shortness of breath and that by itself is awful, but when combined with the chest pain, oh my goodness, its unbearable
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      Im in the US, but how funny, I used to help my mom clean offices for her cleaning company for many years part time in the evening after I got off from my regular job. It is exhausting and I commend you for working such a strenuous job while dealing with these nasty symptoms. And yes, if the shortness of breath would go away, I would be so happy, its one of my worst symptoms. You can get the Serrapeptase online at Amazon, I would look into it, its helped me so much.
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      Thank you Snowbell...Yes have to keep working if I want to eat...lol Some days are def not fun...Just cant seem to be comfortable at all when we are goin thru all this...Just glad I have this site to calm me and know other women are in same boat...Thanks again and hope you have a good day....😁😁😁
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      Hi Laurie..i live in Australia and have my own cleaning business. I really struggle with the cleaning somedays because of the fatigue and aching ribs and chest. I just take paracetamol on my bad days and struggle through. I am 48 and up until end of last year had no problem. Somedays I am so tired even breathing feels an effort lol
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      Hi janine..my dr gave me some muscle relaxers yesterday for my bad days so we will see how that goes...She even acted like she cared how I was feeling...That doesnt happen often...Even my husband made a comment on that...lol.Yes cleaning is not an easy job and very physical...Ive even had people look at me and say Oh is that all you do!!!!Yes come follow me for a day see what you think then...Thank you for your reply...Hope you have a great day!!!
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      Hi Laurie...i know what you mean....i think people think you just swish a duster around. I have four houses to clean in 3 days now. Thats 10 bathrooms. And I woke up with a headcold and sore throat so its going to be a looooong week. But if I don't work I don't get paid!

      We have a voltaren gel here which is an anti-inflammatory and I rub that on my ribs when bad. I am glad you found a doctor that cared...they are rare lol

      Take care x

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