Symptom: Breathing - Rapid And Shallow

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Breathing - Rapid And Shallow

Rapid and shallow breathing is having shortness of breath and difficulty breathing with ease; it is characterized by short, quick breaths.

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when i walk stress also triggers it and bending over any activity i loose my breathe and my arms and legs get weak to the point of black out 3/15/2017 at 04:29 AM
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i have to stop an catch my breath every so often3/18/2016 at 07:12 PM
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My shortness of breath is worse when I move but I am no on oxygen 24/7 so my breathing is much more controlled8/14/2013 at 06:12 PM
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if i walk too much or talk too fast i get short of breath10/3/2012 at 07:27 PM
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It is there upon squatting, bending stretching urinating after showers, climbing one flight, walking briskly for half a block. I become very short of breath and feels like I have stop and wait which is what I do. It appears as soon as i exert myself. My hear tacos and my BP elevates and so does my pulse. My sts plummet unpredictably.I have had this symptom for a very long time so it is hard to remember when it ever was absent from my life. The doctors mis diagnosed me 12 times and still are baffled by my symptoms. 1/23/2012 at 11:47 PM
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