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  • Posted By: Anonymous
  • October 11, 2007
  • 06:39 PM

Im A 28year Old Female I Have Two Kids. For The Last 13 Years I Have Had Chest Pains Off And On. I Have Gone To The Doc And The Er So Many Times Its Crazy They Have Never Been Able To Tell Me What Is Causing The Pain. Well The Last 2 Months It Has Got Worse I Have The Pains So Bad In My Chest That I Cant Breath And When I Do Take A Breath It Is So Painfull I Cant Stand It. When The Pain Does Go Away Finally Im So Tired And It Takes Me A Few Days To Get My Breathing And Strength Back. Well This Last Friday I Had A Attack And Wound Up In The Hospital The Next Day. Its Been Almost A Week And I Still Can Not Do Anything Without Being Dizzy And Completly Out Of It. Im Not Breathing Yet Like I Need To Be And Im So Fatigued I Just Want To Sleep But When I Lay Down To I Cant
My Mucsles And Joints And My Whole Body Hurts I Dont Know What To Do. Dont Mean To Ramble But Im Trying To Keep My Thoughts Together. Please If Someone Could Help..

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  • When you have these attacks, get your docs office to put a finger probe on your finger and test for oxygen saturation levels (O2 Sat's). If you are getting enough oxygen to your fingers, then it's not a breathing problem. Did you have any attacks while you were in the hospital? Were you monitored? What did they say about it? In the meantime, get some acid reflux over the counter stuff and see if that helps. (Like Prilosec)
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    • October 13, 2007
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