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Dyspnea, tachycardia, struggling to breathe after eating, gaseous, anemic, fatigue. What could it be?

hi i am suffering from dyspnea sometimes , tachycardia yawing a lot to take my breath ,, all this increase after eating .. i feel my stomach is full of gases and compress my lung somehow .. i am anemic but it s controlled .. fatigue easily . sometimes i feel pain in my left side of neck and shoulder with fatigue and tachycardia too .. i am not knowing the cause of dyspnea i suspect respiratory and cardiac causes a doctor tells me i am not a heart failure case i suspect just weakness of my chest and abdomen muscles and i need exercise .. lately i found that my s.ionized calicum level is 3.81 mg/dl will the normal starts with 4.2 ! i take maxical but i am not regular in taking it at all !! is it serious ?! i am a medical student ..! is it just medical student syndrome ? but i never be like this is it just anxiety ? if so is there anxiety without sweating and fear attacks ! i sometimes feel fear without cause but for just a minute and it disappears i want some relieving answer and thanks a lot :)
Asked On : Sat, 26 Jan 2013
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Psychologist 's  Response
Dec 2015
Welcome to HCM

You are a medical student. You might be suffering from internship syndrome. You are wrong with anxiety. Anxiety without sweat, palpitation and fear attacks are much much more common than anxiety with them. Almost 60 percent of American adult population are suffering from mild to moderate anxiety conditions which never shows panic symptoms.

Gastric symptoms are after effects of anxiety and gastric symptoms produce anxiety symptoms. Neck pain here might be associated with anxiety.

Exercise and be happy and enjoy life. you will learn life later.
Answered: Wed, 10 Jul 2013
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