Hi! I'm so happy to see this support group - didn't know there was such a thing for PE's. I had bilateral PE's on July 7th and was in the hospital for 12 days. I'm definitely slowly improving, but my question to all of you, is how to cope with all of the emotional ups and downs. I feel like I have good days, and then the next day I feel like I'm going backwards. Some days I have strong 'twinges' in my chest or shortness of breath, and other days I don't. I feel like I'm starting to notice every little ache and pain and then I worry about it happening again. I'm feeling more and more emotional about it now and I feel like it shouldn't be like that since I'm getting better (or at least I think I'm getting better). I guess I just need some reassurance. Thank you in advance for any suggestions you might have.
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