I'm not sure if this even a respiratory issue. I have recently felt like my breathing isn't automatic anymore. In other words I have to remember to take a breath. Does this sound normal? I feel dizzy and sometimes feel like I am going to pass out. Any suggestions? I have recenltly been diagnosed with gastroparesis and have had problems with swallowing, breathing, laryngitis, hoarseness, coughing. Thank you.
You will need to have some testing done to know what is causing your symptoms. A laryngoscopy is the first test. An ENT specialist does this using a camera at the end of a small flexible tube, called a fiberoptic laryngoscope. This specialist can look at your vocal cords and the upper part of your windpipe. If this all looks normal then it
no this is not all in her head has she ever had her tonsils taken out i have had mine taken out and now i know why people dont have them taken out because they actually help you with your problems and anxieties or something like that .
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