I was wondering if anyone gets like a heavy feeling in their chest along with suppressed palps and gas? I know that's a lot in one but that is the way I felt this a.m. and it scared me. It was like I could feel the gas pressure (I assume that's what it was) and it was making me have palps but I couldn't release the gas, so I got a caffeine free coke and I feel much better. I wasn't sure what was going on w/me......I was getting very anxious. It's still there a little bit, but I can tell it's the gas causing it. I ate a lot of cheese yesterday for lunch and I think it's had a bad effect on me.
I almost worked myself into a frenzy when the palps tried surfacing, but I just kept trying to breath properly, which was also very hard. Sometimes I feel like I am losing it, I swear.
I think I know what you are feeling and have felt it before also. Mine will tend to get worse if I worry about it. I relate it to my anxiety and my digestive track also. I hope you are feeling better. I know how you feel when you say you feel you are losing it. Sometimes, I wonder if we would be better off!! LOL! Thanks for your support with my dog's passing.
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