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Difficulty Breathing After Drinking
2nd day of taking L-glutathione (2x/day) and im having difficulty breathing. What should I do? Should I drink lots of water to flush it out?
Breathing Trouble: Means you should go and be evaluated by a physician right away and never take that again. ...Read more
Every time I drink something with a temperature cool to cold my chest gets blocked up, have difficulty breathing and cough, what could this be?
Reactive airway: Some are sensitive to cool drinks and get a transient reaction of the upper airways causing these symptoms. ...Read more
I get a sharp pain by my xiphoid process and difficulty breathing only when I drink carbonated drinks. What could be the problem.?
After a night of very heavy drinking the next 3 - 5 days I have difficulty breathing (need to inhale harder). This has happened several times b4. Why?
My partner is recently having difficulty breathing, similar to asthma symptoms such as wheezing, coughing, excessive amounts of snot after drinking?
Better c a doctor: Or go to ER, needs medical attention ...Read more
I have upper back tightness, mucus is a brown green color. Chest tightness as well and difficulty breathing. No problems eating or drinking.
I am experiencing difficulty breathing (worsened by: lying down, emotional stress) (quality: slow or irregular) (severity: mild), nausea (severity: mild), dizziness (better by: drinking fluids, rest) (worsened by: changing head position, dehydration (fl
I would suggest: You consult a doctor to rule out any medical conditions that you may not be aware of. ...Read more
I am experiencing difficulty breathing, sore throat, cough (quality: with phelgm or mucus) and feeling anxious (worsened by: psychological stress, caffeinated drinks (coffee, tea, soda, etc.)). The following also describe me: Shortness of breath, ?
Needs to be checked: With symptoms of shortness of breath or difficulty in brething I strongly advice you to go to the nearesr Emergency Dpartment of the nearest hospital and get checked by a doctor. Or call your doctor if he makes a house call. Meanwhile relax and calm down as anxiety can make your symptoms worse. Drink room temperature water if tea or coffe make it worse ...Read more
Don't drink: "Doctor, it only hurts when I 'do this'". Doctor: "Don't 'do this'". Seems kind of logical, eh? ...Read more
Don't drink alcohol!:
Usually alcohol intake in moderation (2 drinks a day, but not 14 on Saturday night!) do not cause any cardiac problems. HOWEVER: drinking large amounts of alcohol may acutely affect cardiac function and make the heart acutely weak. Long term alcohol may deteriorate the heart to the point of dilated cardiomyopathy with subsequent heart failure.
Other explanation could be aspiration into lungs. ...Read more
How unfit can we get? I'm 22 okay diet and don't smoke/drink at all. I can't run for 5 minutes without trouble breathing and chest pains on right side
Is it normal to have a stabbing pain on the left side of the chest during exercise? Age 19, no smoking, no drinking, no breathing problems
Stabbing pain: At your age this is quite common. Assuming that you are totally healthy and have no cardiac issues this is probably muscular in nature. ...Read more
Trouble sleeping, not drinking, no trouble breathing, regularly sleeping habits 10pm-7am... But I'm waking up 5-10x / night for 1-5 minutes at a time?
My daughter is complaining about having trouble breathing, pain in left lung, bad headaces and hasent been eating or drinking much. What could it be?
I'll be fine at first, suddenly I'm having trouble breathing, sweating, and am dizzy. If I don't sit and drink fluid I faint. Has happened four times.
Your symptoms appear: To be related to autonomic dysfunction. You may have POTS. You should see a health care professional who is familiar with autonomic dysfunction for a thorough evaluation and treatment recommendations. ...Read more
I'm sensitive to sodium, my tongue swells and I have trouble breathing. I feel dehydrated no matter how much water I drink. My CBC is normal. Advice?
My partner has recently (usually 3-5 hours after drinking) had asthma side affects, he has been wheezing and had trouble breathing. He also has had excessive mucus that won't stop coming from his nose. It seems like an attack although it can last up to th
I found out I have prominent soft tissue in my throat, I do have trouble swallowing, chokes on food and drink, have trouble breathing what could cause?
Prominant soft tissu: Sounds like you'd benefit from a little surgical procedure performed by an ENT specialist. ...Read more
Whenever I drink water, my throat feels closed and I have trouble breathing. What could this be? I already am diagnosed with chronic urticaria
My girlfriend has white bumps on the back of her throat and we went out drinking and we were about to fall asleep and she was having trouble breathing and her throat was swelling shut! What can cause this?
Bumps might be normal circumvallate papillae. Trouble breathing and throat swelling may be allergic response.
To ER ASAP!!! ...Read more
Hello doc I have a difficulty breathing no matter what I eat or drink my stomach bloats up the size of a basketball also my kidney hurts?
Complex answer: You have shortness of breath (SOB), which in itself needs to be looked at carefully. The kidneys are in your back, near the rib cage? Is that where you have pain? I suggest seeing your MD. The SOB needs to be worked up soon. Please contact your MD and make an appt to see them. Causes depend on your medical history and conditions. Test are needed. ...Read more
Difficult to say: Seek medical attention asap.Get a more detailed answer ›
Short of breath: There are many causes of breathing difficulty. With no other information about you, can't speculate for you. ...Read more
Dyspnea: Numerous causes need to be ruled out, such as cardiac, respiratory, endocrine, neurological, musculoskeletal, hematological, or psychiatric. Recommend workup by your family doc. ...Read more
Diagnosis: The cornerstone of treatment is an accurate diagnosis. There is a large number of conditions that cause breathing difficulty and it's beyond the scope of a 400 character answer to diagnose you. You need evaluation. ...Read more
Get it checked out: If you do not have a cold, or wheezing to explain it, see your doctor. A failing heart has a hard time with the increased blood coming back to the heart when you lie flat. Sometimes obesity causes a problem by applying pressure to lungs. No matter what, not breathing right when at rest is not normal. See your doctor. ...Read more
ER?: Is there a question? If you're acutely ill, please call 911. ...Read more
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