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Feel that breathing stops suddenly like a block and recovered back within a second. Underlying cause? - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 08-Jul-2013
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Very Good Posted in: Hypertension and Heart Disease
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User:Hello Doctor
Doctor:Good Morning
Doctor:Please proceed with your query
User:Very rarely, I use to feel that my breathing stops suddenly like a block and recovered back within a sec. During that moment, i feel like something blocks my breath. I would like to know the reason and suggested treatment for this.
User:I saw preliminary response to my query posted in wite.
User:i would like to know more about this
Doctor:XXXXX there are certain things which vary from very simple issues like getting stressed out, being anxious could cause these, but also various serious issues related to heart like cardiac arrythmias would also cause these
User:Is this advisable to see a cardiac doctor?
User:i am getting this trouble very rarely like fortnightly
Doctor:You need to undergo certain tests like ECG, Holter monitoring along with physical examination to identify the cause
Doctor:It is better to visit him as there is need to rule out certain things
User:Any specific doctor recommendation from your end?
Doctor:Were do you want?
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User:I am looking in pondicherry
User:however, i will see the reviews also.
Doctor:Let me know if you have any more concerns
Doctor:HAve a good day for now
User:Thanks Doctor
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