Cant breath!

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min
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Cant breath!

Today I b/p two times and then I did ecerice (not too much) and then I slept. When I woke up I ate fruit and drank water. But when I woke up till now I cant breath well I dont know why, anyone who tryed this or know why? It´s freaking me off!!

caitlin1988
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Calm down...its ok...

When you b/p like that it does cause a lot of damage to your body. Your heart will beat faster than usual and your chest will get very tight. I suggest taking a warm bath and do some breathing exercises to help you stay calm.

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min
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Yes it´s happens to me

Yes it´s happens to me sometimes but just after I have b/p and in no long time. But this time it happens after I have b/p in a long time and I cant breath now well in 3 hours

Miss H
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it should pass... how long

it should pass... how long are you in your pregnancy? you are pregnant right??? coz sometimes when the baby gets a bit bigger it can press up on your diaphragm which makes it hard to breathe.

Miss H
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sorry if i've got you

sorry if i've got you confused with someone else... just tried to find some of your old posts to see if you are pregnant and can't find any! i think i confused you for mina10... sorry!
in which case, try not to worry too much about the breathing. sometimes panic and anxiety can make it worse, so try and relax and see if that helps. it helps to not sit upright but not lie flat either. maybe rest at about 45 degrees...

min
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thank u for ur posts girls..

thank u for ur posts girls.. to miss H, no Im not pregnant :)
Today when I woke up I felt alittle bit better. It´s just the first time I had it so long..

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