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Feeling of hollow chest, breathlessness, headache. Taking Sotacor for AF. What do you think?

I am 77, male, with AF which I have been treated for about 15 years. I am on sotacor, isotard and warfarin and this seems to control things pretty well as I am fairly active and like to dance, walk and in better weather cycle. I also enjoy. with my wife, a active sex life.The strange thing is I can dance all night including rock & roll and feel no discomfort. What is worrying me though is bouts of a feeling of a hollow chest with breathlessness sometimes with a headache . What do you think? I do not want to bother my (very good) GP if it is not necessary.
Asked On : Mon, 10 Dec 2012
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thank you for quarry,
you should go for pulmonary function test once.
and we have to assess your breathlessness by grading it by some of questionnaire so that we are able to judge how much u have that breathing discomfort.
Answered: Thu, 17 Oct 2013
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