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help ;_; by Lillian Pinningsire - Wed, 10 Jan 2018 23:33:45 EST ID:tPLICMdG No.225959 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Some time ago I took MDMA and 1st plateau DXM (yeah, I know a very stupid combination) - after some hours I got really strong breathing problems. I was at the hospital after some days and they couldn't find any physical reason at all. I still suffer from difficulty in breathing. So can this all be just psychosomatic? Or is there the possibility that they have overseen something at the check-up? I am in desperation. Any idea what I can do against it?
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Matilda Sengershit - Thu, 11 Jan 2018 04:52:59 EST ID:v0Of9SlC No.225960 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>225959
How long ago did you take the drugs?
You might have better luck asking about this on /med/, really you should see a doctor though. It might be psychosomatic, it might not be.
What happens if you exercise, do you get tired more easily than usual?

Why did you go to the hospital rather than a doctor? If you're still having trouble breathing/laboured breathing then go back to the doctor, or see a different doctor.
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Wesley Sesslemune - Thu, 11 Jan 2018 06:36:49 EST ID:Za/vK5kC No.225961 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>225960
Hallo! About three months ago.
I went to a general practitioner first, who couldn't find anything himself and then he referred me to the hospital - they made a blood test, lung radiography, an electrocardiogram and something else I can't remember yet.

And no, I can do the stuff normally, it's just annoying that I have to gasp for breath (it mostly occurs when I am calm and relaxing therefor I think it might be psychosomatic?). But yes, I think I will try to get a doctor's appointment at a lung specialist to get another opinion.
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Matilda Hagglemone - Sat, 13 Jan 2018 20:26:53 EST ID:v0Of9SlC No.225962 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>225961
Sounds like it could well be psychosomatic, but yeah I'm no doctor. Getting a second opinion sounds like the way to go.


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