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Difficulty in breathing, high BP, tingly feeling from base of spine, diagnosed with stress. Could this be due to BP?

Hello there, my mother has been going through spates of not being able to breathe. She is 56 years old and has high blood pressure . She says she gets a tingly feeling running up her back from the base of her spine and then she cannot breathe. She has been diagnosed with stress but the only thing stressing her out are these attacks. She does not have a history of asthma , could this have something to do with her high blood pressure? Thank you.
Asked On : Sat, 25 Aug 2012
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It does appear that your mother is stressed out because her breathing difficulty seems more like she is feeling it rather than actually having it. Howecer get a xray chest, echo of heart and a PFT done to rule out anything wrong with lung and heart. Her BP should also be under control.
Answered: Sun, 26 Aug 2012
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