Doctor insights on:
Worst Drowning Symptom
-shortness of breath
-sensation burt stuck
everything worst after eating deep fried
is it gerd?
Maybe: Firstly, it is normal to have so e reflux, and i consider it a disease when there is organ damage (esophagus, throat or lungs), or significant lifestyle impact which is only determined by the patient. Don't worry though, gerd is not life threatening, and can be made worse with anxiety. You'll be ok. ...Read more
Breath: Interestingly, foul breath or "sour" breath can signify other disease processes. Obviously, dental hygiene would be considered, but also sinus infections, throat infections, liver disease, kidney disease, and even diabetic issues can cause changes in breath. If you have other symptoms i.e. Fever, fatigue, diminished urine output or yellow tinge to your skin or whites of your eyes, see your docto. ...Read more
Mild weird feeling that lasts 1-2 seconds almost like mild dyspnea. Can mild dyspnea last 1-2 seconds? I have severe anxiety disorder. Is anxiety?
MAYBE CHECK FURTHER: At your age physical causes of dyspnea are possible, but most likely it is part of the anxiety disorder. However, to be sure do have your internist do a complete workup. If you are not getting therapy and meds for anxiety disorder it is time. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
57/F has on/off palpitations, headache, feeling that legs are moving (no shaking/tremor visible), shortness of breath, insomnia. Worst @ night. Ideas?
Yes: This is common in a panic attack. In panic, all muscles in the body tense, so the chest muscles work against the lungs trying to inflate. Also, adrenaline makes your breathing rapid & shallow for efficient fight or flight. Best immediate action is fully exhale all the air, your diaphragm reflex will give you a better breath. Find a therapist who does exposure based therapy for panic disorder. ...Read more
Shortness of breath, constant fatigue, losing weight, dizzy spells, constant bloodshot eyes. It isn't from anxiety. Constant air hunger. Is it asthma?
4 nights of extreme anxiety and insomnia. Head pain chest pain and shortness of breath. Feel like I'm going to die. Could it be impending anuerysm ?
Serious tinnitus,allergic symptoms like lightheadedness,dry eyes,hot flashes,drowsiness,dizziness,shortness of breath.Hallucination when goin to sleep
Symptoms: Based on what you presented I would strongly recommend that you go to the nearest Emergency Room as soon as you can. If things are not to bad no harm is done. If things are as bad as you present they will take extra care with you. ...Read more
Depression?: The symptoms you mention can be associated with depression. Have you had changes or difficulty with sleep, appetite? Feelings of hopelessness? Worthlessness or guilt? See a doc to rule out other potential physical causes, and check out a depression questionnaire. If you have thoughts of death, please go to your ed. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Symp: severe headache backache shaking body pain chest pain nausea cough throwup dizziness loss of reality confusion? But look not sick that much. ?
PCP : See your doctor. Viral or bacterial infection is most likely cause of your symptoms. ...Read more
Severe body shaking, hallucinating flashing lights, slight disoriented, headache, tired, paranoid, scared, extra carious when moving. Possible cause?
Seroquel (quetiapine) makes my un-dx condition worse. Symptoms are heart pain, almost paralyzed due to extreme somnolence, severe cognitive impairment.. Causes?
Seroquel (quetiapine): Seroquel (quetiapine) can be very sedating -- more so depending on increased dose. It can also cause "cognitive impairment." I have no idea from here what you were like before the medication, but it sounds like you need a thorough medical evaluation. A psychiatrist may need to also be involved in your care -- and you need to tell whoever is prescribing the seroquel (quetiapine) about what you're experiencing. ...Read more
No: You have asked about sporadic fatal insomnia many, many times now -- and several of us have suggested that you consult a neurologist and sleep medicine physician if you are concerned about having this illness despite multiple reassurances that it's highly unlikely. We want you to have any evaluations you need, and so i suggest the same as my colleagues have. Good luck to you. ...Read more