I was diagnosed with Graves Disease 13 years ago. On December 30, 2006, I was out with some friends at a resteraunt and I completely fell out. My heart failed me and I found out my Graves Disease was severely out of wack. Since then, I have begun to have trouble with my breathing. I have constant chest pain that goes all the way to the center of my back. Right now, I am extremely depressed due to the fact that this is hindering the one thing I enjoy in life, which is singing and performing. Today, I am going to see a pulmonary specialist to see if they can figure out what is wrong with me. Has anyone experienced anything this severe before?
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