On Jan 3rd 2009 I finished some breaded salmon with minced sundried tomatoes and pinenuts from New Years as I was chewing on some I accidentally inhaled some down the wrong way. I felt discomfort for 1/2 hour afterewards. I was fine for the next 10 hours until that night after I laid down for bed where my breathing was tight. Since this time I have had soreness in various parts of my chest, rib cage, and bronchial tube with shortness of breath. I had a chest x-ray 2 weeks ago and it turned out normal. Sometimes I feel good as thinking the symptoms have ceased and I feel like a new person again. It now has been 6 weeks and I am still going through this Could a pinenut still be in my system somewhere creating this discomfort? I was fine with good breathing until that time 6 weeks ago. Dan O
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