"hi, i was wondering if anyone can help me..... im a fit 29 year old woman and i have no health problems other then i have a problem with constant yawning and its driving me nuts! my first memory of it was when i was a young teen about to..."
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I do not want to scar you and I am not a physician. I do nurse in a clinical setting. You need to be checked. Constant yawning can be a sign of a heart problem. If you have started a new medicine check the side effects because some meds can cause this. It is better safe than sorry just to have EKG to be sure that everything is fine with you heart. A lot of doctors do not relate constant yawning with your heart but I promise you it can be A cardiologist will tell you that is totally correct. Research it on web MD or a trusted medical site. I hope this helps.. Good luck.. from hotblaze
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