vitamin d come back to normal.when sternum pressure and pain will be ended?
16may2013 i feel breathing issue after cleaning home and pulmonary doctor ask me blood test of vitamin d, cbc and IgE. My IgE was normal but vitamin d was 5.06 ng /ml and increase white blood cell (13) then he give me antibiotics for 5 days, antihistimine, asthma pump for 7 days and two 600, 000 iu vitamin d injections with two weeks gap.after all medications i dont feel any reliex.My breathing issue convert in sternum and ribcage pain.I feel pressure and pain in sternum.After 6 weeks of injections my vitamin d level is now 44 ng /ml but still i cant do any work.whenever i carry any small weight like 2 or 3 kg i feel pressure and pain in sternum. only ibuprofen gel give me temporary relief
Hi I have no idea about the vitamin D factor that may be related to the chest and breathing. ... But I have that feeling very often , especially while bending over at the waist. I also get panic attacks from a stabbing pain that comes from inhaling in between my lungs.,. I have learned to loosen tight clothes , get ice water , and sit down. Relax and do not panic cause must breathe! Hope I helped a bit good luck and just try it! From , Drea
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