A 49-year-old male asked:
is shallow breathing a very rare side effect of cymbalta-seem to get 2 hours after med kicks is and goesaway 6 hours later?
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Clinical Psychology 43 years experience
Let your doc know!: Shallow breathing is considered among the more serious side effects to cymbalta; therefore, you should inform your doctor as soon as possible.
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My doctor has diagnosed my baby with laryngomalacia because my baby is always congested. I get so nervous and constantly check if he's breathing. Is this diagnosis accurate?
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Pediatrics 26 years experience
Yes: Laryngomalacia is a common condition that most experienced pediatricians are comfortable diagnosing. It causes noisy breathing and resolves by 12-18 months of age. A definitive diagnosis can be made by an ENT specialist using a small scope to look down the child's windpipe. This requires anesthesia and is only recommended if your doctor isn't sure of the diagnosis, or if you need reassurance.
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A 21-year-old member asked:
Can I easily transfer my hepatitis a infection by breathing on my loved ones?
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Pediatric Urology 21 years experience
No: No. Hepatitis a is not a disease spread by respiratory route. It is a fecal oral transmission disease (lovely).
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A 38-year-old member asked:
Can thrombocytosis cause pain when breathing?
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Medical Oncology 25 years experience
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A 52-year-old member asked:
Can bulimia cause difficulty in breathing?
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Specializes in Pulmonology
Bulemia: Patients that vomit frequently are at high risk to aspirate (vomit going into the lungs). This could cause a respiratory inflammatory process known as pneumonitis. This process could certainly be associated with wheezing.
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A 45-year-old member asked:
What other than asthma can cause trouble breathing?
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Pediatrics 25 years experience
Many possibilities : Including: pneumonia, chronic lung disease, bronchitis, copd, bronchiolitis, cheat trauma, epiglottis, lung cancer, pulmonary edema, pleurisy, pulmonary embolism, throat trauma, heart attack, neuromuscular disorders, anaphylaxis, high altitude, obesity, organ failure, sepsis, shock, severe ascites, cardiac arrthymias, pericarditis, cardiomyopathy, congestive heart failure, etc.
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Last updated Jul 11, 2015
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