So I've been having pain for a while. I have been diagnosed with Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome, Severe Gastroparesis, reflux, PVC's of the heart, exercise-induced asthma, anxiety, panic attacks, and depression. The last three are taken care of thanks to some medicine. The PVC's are mostly quieted with Atenolol. For the Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome I take a birth control pill to control my hormones. I have no treatment for the Gastroparesis except to take a Probiotic. I have been to the cardiologist to rule out heart issues. I have extreme pain sometimes in my chest, my left and/or right arm, neck, and back. None of the doctors I have been to have been able to figure out why I'm having so much pain. I think the exercise-induced asthma is incorrect because I don't wheeze. I just can't breathe very well after some exertion. I am overweight and the doctors want me to exercise, and I want to, except when I do I can't breathe and the inhaler doesn't help me. Sometimes when I take a breath it feels like I'm breathing in cold air. Sometimes I have to take several deep breaths to catch my breath while I'm just sitting. I take Diclofenac Sodium for the chest pain when I have it. I also have a prescription for Tramadol to take if the Diclofenac doesn't work. I don't like taking medication so I haven't gotten so bad I've needed the Tramadol though I've been close. Can anyone please help me figure out what's going on? I find it hard to believe that I have all of these health issues and none of them fit together.
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