It has almost been a year since my P.E. I have been through the ringer regarding all the emotions, return ER, doctor visits,etc, as we all have. Anyway, I am just wondering if anyone else continues to have breathing problems, like I said, it has been almost a year since my PE and I still have some days where it is really hard to breathe, catch my breath,etc. It kinda of makes me mad, because I have always been in great shape and still am according to the Docs, but again, I still have residual breathing problems when i work out, walk, whatever. Keep in mind this is not exercise type shortness of breath. Any help, answers would be greatly appreciated.
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