About Me: Female, 40, orlando, FL, member since Oct 2010
Iam a lawyer who has been suffering since feb with palpitation,pains and shortness of breath especially upon excersion and was said to have anxiety when all tests showed nothing until in septmber asd was discovered after treating me wih anxtiety and depression medicatn
[More] for 8months with all their effects which make breath and pains my case worse.
Now after my surgery i still have palpitations,severe shortness ofdragging to the neck and back. i have been to the er like 4times they said all is well.yet i cant breath, walk or function with chest tightness and pains and shortness especially upon little excercise and now at rest. pls let any doctor help me and kindly let me know what i should do as i was told not tocome to the er again that i have pschomatic disorder and was taken to the pshyciaatric ward.pls i dnt have any pshc disorder but just anxiety of not getting well.pls help me.thanks
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