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I have IBS and GERD. Was having some abdominal pains and back pains a few months ago for which I had MRIs and they were normal. Started having trouble getting a deep breath in last week (that I was constantly yawning to get one), getting upper chest pains, and had a constant fullness in my abdomen. Had eaten lentils twice the week before which caused so much gas! I know...bad for IBS. Doctor prescribed an inhaler because I had described it as a feeling of resistance or constriction at the top of my breath. The inhaler has seemed to make all it worse. I can breathe better, but it causes more chest pains, makes my lungs sore, and makes my bloating and GERD worse. This last year has been a totally new experience with the IBS and GERD stuff. Ive had more gas, pains, and bloating then I've ever had. I've also experienced the difficulty getting in a deep breath...but this is a whole new level. Ot slightly better in the morning after a BM and I can breathe a little better, but its still there. Anyone had this? I'm afraid to eat anything at this point. How about inhaler use? Has it made symptoms worse? Thanks in advance for the response!
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