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What is considered shortness of breath?

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Dr. Calvin Weisberger
Cardiology 51 years experience
Short of breath: Generally a feeling of increased work to breathe is considered 'shortness of breath', generally the respiratory rate is increased at those times.

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A 38-year-old male asked:

Im having shortness of Breath ?

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Dr. James Farrell
Internal Medicine 8 years experience
Monitor symptoms: Monitor for other symptoms like fevers, cough. Other less common symptoms include headache, nausea, diarrhea, loss of smell, and sore throat. If shortness of breath is severe and you can’t breathe then call EMS or go to hospital.

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