I am not sure what is going on with me.. but I have had this awful cough that comes and goes for about 4 months now.. it makes me choke and just about throw up every time. My chest hurts and I am really having a hard time breathing... It gets worse each day. I am wheezing when the breathing gets really tough, it's like I can't get enough air in or something. I have these little red bumps that randomly appear on my belly, back, upper arms and thighs.. and they itch like crazy, but if I scratch they just grow and spread. To make matters even worse, coughing to where I start choking normally involves me having to change my clothes because I cannot for the life of me control my bladder when this occurs.
Sounds vaguely familiar to a bout with antafalatric (sp) shock I had. Check up on webMD, you may be coming into contact with something your body is having a reaction to. Ask yourself, what have you been doing diffrent? New job,Places,Foods,People, anything to narrow it down. Now I'm terrifyed of Poison oak, Grands Buiscits, Maple syrup and Peeps.
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