I wouldn't so quick to state this is a psychiatric issue. There is a possibility you have a problem with cardiac filling. Those with this diagnosis have a narrow band above the normal heart rate within which the heart will pump normally. If people with this defect become excited the heart rate increases and does not fill properly. Their tolerance for an increased heart rate is less than normal. This causes shortness of breath, hypoxia, and anxiety. I am not saying this is your problem, but it warrants looking into.
I've had 3 EKG done an one chest x ray in dec it will be a year since this happen idk what's my problem, it just like I could be looking at something simple an nice nothing bad an i get short of breath. My dr seems to think its anxiety ..
Lol I hope I'm so over this ****, if I had good insurance I would have went to a cardiologist an had all if these things checked out. I wonder is it my blood pressure Meds that's doing this, because it seems like soon as she lowered them I've been getting short of breath even more.. Do you ever get short of breath? Feels like you can't breath
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