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Out Of Breaths When Going Up The Stairs
Is it normal after laying around all day to feel a little out of breath when going up and down the stairs?
I don't experience it when walking around
Knee grinds when laying on my back when lifting it up to stretch.It hurts going down stairs.Locks up going up stairs once in awhile.What is happening?
Evaluation needed: The uncomfortable grinding and especially the locking may be signs of cartilage damage within the knee joint. Suggest you seek evaluation by an orthopedic surgeon for diagnosis and possible treatment. It may just be wear and tear but with locking you may have a cartilage tear. Thanks for trusting HealthTap! ...Read more
I always find myself sitting up in the middle of the night. I'll wake up, and i'll just be sitting. Why..?
Fell asleep in sitting position and walked up the stairs and felt my heart racing and then i passed out. What could have happened?
Arrhythmia: It could be a number of things.... What you described is an arrhythmia that had caused your blood pressure to suddenly drop and then collapse.. The most dangerous of these could be ventricular tachyarrhythmias, it could also be wpw, or supra ventricular tachyarrhythmias. This can be diagnosed with cardiac electrophysiology study and treated either by a cardiac ablation or icd. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Chest feels heavy (like pressure on the lungs) & kind of difficult to breath while standing but opens up when I bend down. Possible causes?
I get out of breath and my heart gets beating fast when I go up lots of stairs. What's the scientific reason for this?
Sometimes when lying on my back breathing in deaply, my heartbeat goes totally out of rythm. Just bumping around. Ok when breathing out again. Normal?
I wake up coughing . The air feels cold on my lungs difficult to puss through. I end up throwing up mucus. Also, heartburn is out of control?
coughing: You may be having stomach secretions and acid regurgitating into your throat at night when you sleep. Called gerd. Make appt. For check up. Meanwhile try to elevate head of bed six inches, avoid alcohol, do not eat or drink much after eating dinner. Do not eat late. Stop smoking. Try antacid e.g. Tums (calcium carbonate) for coughing and heartburn. ...Read more
After sitting all day at work by the end of the day a lot of pain below ribs, tightness in chest. Then when laying down tightness and hard to sleep.
Chest tightness: I suggest seeing a Physician. Coronary artery disease would be unusual at your age however I still recommend ECG, Chest x ray and other tests to rule out a serious cardiac or lung disorder. Symptoms could also be due to asthma or a musculoskeletal disorder. Physician consultation and exam is highly recommended. ...Read more
Should I go to the hospital when I feel a gush of fluids coming out my vagina when I sit up or stand up lower back pain and tighten of the stomach?
Muscle inhibition: Sometimes, when pain is perceived in an area, the body inhibits the muscles in the region to try to avoid activity. Your symptoms could be coming from anywhere- from the knee, hip, ankle, or back. See your primary care doc so they can start the appropriate work up and you to a physiatrist or orthopedist, if necessary. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Every time i sit up after lying down i feel dizzy and the place seems to spinning around me. What could be the cause?
BPPV: Hello, it sounds like you are experiencing benign paroxysmal positional vertigo. This is a condition where crystals within chambers of the balance portion of your inner ear. This may only last a few days and may improve with otc medication called meclizine. If the symptoms persist, see your doctor. He/she may recommend further therapy such as an eply maneuver which may cure you immediately. ...Read more
I run out of breath when i climb stairs and sometimes in the night and when am forcing myself to breath, my chest pains alot... What could it be?
Dysautonomia - MVP : You may have dysautonomia which is associated with mitral valve prolapse syndrome - neither are usually life threatening but both cause patients anxiety about their symptoms. Read dr. Richard hoffman's book on mvp on amazon.Com. Increase fluid intake, try magnesium supplements. ...Read more
Is walking up and down stairs and around the house enough to prevent blood clots in legs after child birth? I still sit down and lay down but can walk
Will help: Unless you have an inherited disorder making you liable to clot formation, going up and down stairs will be sufficient to prevent clot formation. Do it multiple times in a day. For good health - Have a diet rich in fresh vegetables, fruits, whole grains, milk and milk products, nuts, beans, legumes, lentils and small amounts of lean meats. Avoid saturated fats. Drink enough water daily, so that your urine is mostly colorless. Exercise at least 150 minutes/week and increase the intensity of exercise gradually. Do not use tobacco, alcohol, weed or street drugs in any form. Practice safe sex. Get HPV vaccine. ...Read more
Is it normal that i get out of breath just after standing up walking and hiunching down and up at 60? only activity 20 min bicycling a day
My heart rate is normal on any other activity such as walking down stairs, walking down the hall, and even some running but when I walk up the stairs my heart rate goes up to about 110-120 I walk as slow as I can and when I get done walking up 1 flight of
I work out in a gym 3 times each week vigorously. But i get dizzy and out of breath walking up a flight of stairs.
Vasovagal: It's called vasovagal reaction -- and you could avoid it by adjusting the temperature of the water so it's comfortable before you shower. ...Read more
When I go to bed every night my thorat starts to hurt then when I wake up in the morning im coughing up green stuff im fine by the middle of the day?
Open Mouth +/-Reflux: It sounds like you may be mouth breathing during the night. Mucus flow slows when we are sleeping. This combined with open mouth will cause dehydration, color change and thickening of mucus, dry mouth, sore throat. You may also have "silent reflux" that irritates your throat and causes mucus production when you lay down. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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