This freezing cold sensation started when the cold weather began I live in mi. My fibro run a muck! I can't get warm air through my nose, throat, esophagus , chest, lungs , mid stomache its so cold it hurts n I can't sleep! We all know what lack of sleep does for fibro! Evey test is normal I ended up in emergency the other night cause I couldn't breath! I was given a gi cocktail n it helped for 10 min it numed my throat but later came back with a vengence! I made an appt. With a gastrologist without tests she said gurds I don't agree I believe its my fibro in my throat constricting my lungs any ideas are soooo welcomed! I'm in good shape exercise don't drink don't smoke can't get rid of my lil bely pudge but not overweight. Help please I wear a mask everday I change it with a coffee filter I have to hav e warm air down my throat n the mask helps thank gospellover3
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