a little bit more about the “shortness of baetrh” symptom. In other words – I tried to read it as a regular reader would (being formerly a nurse and having to do patient instruction I try to look for things that patients might misinterpret) and I was thinking… what do they mean by “shortness of baetrh”? In other words – how much or about how much exertion should a normal person be able to handle? Are we talking a walk across the room? A walk out to the mailbox? That kind of thing. It’s very confusing to people when these things aren’t explained properly. They may be concerned if they read this and they’re out of shape thus out of baetrh by climbing stairs… which would be normal for someone who doesn’t exercise… and while it indicates they need to do some exercise, that might not indicate actual heart problems. Those who have experienced heart problems might think it’s obvious… it really isn’t to those who have never dealt with it at all… and WebMD is meant to give information to people who are not medical people. As for BP – mine runs very low too generally the low hundreds over 60. A couple of years ago I had to go to a treatment center for a really bad migraine (I was in the middle of traveling and couldn’t continue without medication) and my BP during an all out session of extreme pain was 90/50 I figured it would certainly be like 140/80 or something outrageous. First time I ever had a BP during a heavy duty headache.
Why do I have shortness of breath when laying down sometimes. Okay so here my story? I think its called orthopnea. I have always had Major anxiety disorder. Then My roommate d
What you are describing sounds like orthopnea, which is a sign of heart failure! You may have post-partum cardiomyopathy, which is a weak heart muscle after having a baby!You need to see your doctor, and soon! It might be nothing to worry about, but I wouldnt take that chance! A visit to a cardiologist might be in order!I hope you do have some support people to help you while your husband is OTR! Thats a lot to take care of by yourself!
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