I had bronchitis about 2 years ago which has left me with the following symtoms:
A gurgling sentation when taking a deep breath in when lying down on my back for awhile.It is worse at night and in the morning.The sensation isnt thro my chest but my back.When i get up i also feel the same sensation,but after a few breaths it goes away once i move around abit.I now sleep on my side as i feel uncomfortable,like a heavy weight is on my chest,and i cant get enough air in..that may be stress.I have had so many xrays of my chest & lungs and they are normal....any ideas????
You could be overstressed but that would not cause gurgling sensations. Although you feel it in your back, it may be coming from your lungs. This raises the question of a problem in your lungs due to the bronchitis you had 2 years ago, such as bronchiectasis.
It could also be coming from fluid in your esophagus, where it doesn
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