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Constant episodes of Short breath through out the day gasping for air constant yawning afterwards not asthma or anxiety?
Evaluation: Your symptoms sound uncomfortable at best, dangerous at worst and should be fully evaluated. A chest x-ray, blood count, thyroid check, EKG, Echocardiogram, pulse oximetry, possibly pulmonary function tests - should be done. These are non-invasive, painless, and easy to do. Please see your doc! ...Read more
Dry nose: There is an area where blood vessels are close to the surface in the front of your nose. Bleeding frequently arise there from either a dry nose, the formation of a crust in that area from local trauma, or sores from manual removal of debris from the nose. ...Read more
if you drinking flu: It can be if you are drinking too much fluids and coffee or tea. ...Read more
Frequent post nasal drip, each episodes last 6 weeks. Causes breathing problems, choking, constant throat clearing. Is it exacerbated by my goiter?
See ENT dr.: If swallowing, breathing, or irritation persists, see your ENT Surgeon. ...Read more
I have suddenly wheezing and minimal SOB during sleeping . accompany with coughing. relieve when sit upright or standing position.
Two common things..: It is possible that either you are suffering of acid reflux or post nasal drip. Both conditions can cause reactive airways which is manifested with wheezing you are describing when you lay down. It is recommended to try to elevate your head at least 30 degrees when in bed. If having stomach issues try to avoid irritants in your food and try anti acid If nasal congestion inhaled steroids can help. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Bleeding gums, synocope, frequent urination, constant fatigue, increased hunger, constant thirst, nausea, irritability, & mild seizers.
Can sugar levels in diabetics cause frequent urination and dry mouth sensations requiring constant drinking urge?
Getting frequent vision loss, lightheadedness, pressure in the head, tinnitus, and tachycardia after changing position (bowing) means dysautomia?
Unlikely dysautomia: Most likely diagnosis is benign positional vertigo (bnv). However other diagnoses include meniere's disease and vestibular migraine. In the e.D. The DX can be made by positional changes . In dysautomia there is no tachycardia with change of positions. Meniere's and bnv involve disorders of the inner ear. Vestibular migraine is more associated with vision loss. Treatment is usually symptomatic. ...Read more
YOU NEED TO DISCUSS: This with your doctor. It is a sign of possible issues in your urinary tract. ...Read more
Constant fatigue, headaches, muscle weakness, tire very easily, insomnia, occasional chest pains ie hurts to breathe and frequent bowel movements?
Med eval: Hello. This one will require a medical evaluation. The constellation of symptoms and pmh make it too complex to venture a guess. ...Read more
Left side pain trouble eating frequent urination constipation.Low energy and trouble.Breathing what.Could it b?
Scarf or mask.: In cold weather a single breath can cause airway spasm and difficulty breathing. Wear a scarf and create a pocket of warm air to inhale around your mouth. Cold weather masks are also available, but less acceptable to most people. In hot weather try to limit your time outdoors and stay well hydrated. On bad pollution days stay indoors. ...Read more