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Forum Name: Chest symptoms
Question: i have a really tight chest.
|mazda_mai - Mon Aug 25, 2008 12:21 pm||
My name is Mai, and i am 15 years old. x
these past couple of days i have had a really, really tight chest, and have been stuggling to breath. I have had huge headaches, i mean really big ones, light sensative ones, and i cant swallow tablets. I have also been feeling really dizzy, tired and have had shortness of breath. I havent slept properly in ages either, i cant go to bed at say ten and will still be awake at 3.30am at the least. I also sometimes feel sort of detached and really spaced out.
I posted a topic about it on another forum i use(its a rabbit forum), and i got this reply of a member..
I have all those symptoms that that member said. I am not breathing 'properly' either. Am i hyperventilating? things have been very stressful lately, as my mum is going through chemotherapy, could this have set it all of?
thank you for your time.
love mai xoxo
|mazda_mai - Fri Sep 05, 2008 10:26 am||
ooh just another thing. Could it be ashma? I have always had a cough since i was born (accourding to mum) but have never been told i actuelly have ashma, but the gave me a blue inhaler anyway.
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