HI Susan, read about your coronary heart dissection and wanted follow up as my issue 15 months ago seems similar and I too have questions about cause, reoccurence, and exerction levels. Wondering what else you have learned.
Hi, Susan. I'm not sure if you'll check this, but I came across this post of yours from '98 when researching my own symptoms:
"I am a 36 woman experiencing progressively worsening shortness of breath with...very little exertion. walking up to the second floor of my home, talking on the phone while folding laundry, singing. Other noticable symptoms are a dull ache in my beack by my shoulder blades, fatigue, slight change in my ability to remember things, post nasal drip that has been fairly constant over the past 6 months, aching calf muscles, heartburn."
I'm wondering what, if anything, you were ultimately diagnosed with. Your symptoms almost exactly mirror mine, and doctors tell me I'm just anxious/it's all in my head. Thanks, and I hope you're well.
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