I'm not sure. Sorry I could'nt be of more help. The best thing to do is see your Dr and ask him. If this is not a symptom of Fibro, then he needs to check you out and maybe run some tests. Are you having problems with allergies? Have you been sick?
No one but your doctor can give you a more defnitive answer on that. Anxiety and depression can also cause breathing symptoms, so it is always good to run things by your doctor first before assuming it is one thing or another,
I have recently asked my GP and she agrees it might be my FMS causing the breathing difficulties. i believe it can be as a result of FMS and nothing else shows on my tests and x-rays. Thank you very much for your response . i would like to hear from anyone who believes they may have the same problem please. also visual and word problems .
Very grateful Daswire
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