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I get very weak and short of breath after showering

I get very weak and short of breath after showering I suuffer from Angina I get short of breath walking a short distance I suffer from Anxiety IBS Breast Cancer Survivor I also have Fibromyalgia Do You suggest I see a Cardiologist or a Lung Dr?
Gail Miller
Floral City, Fl
Thu, 8 Nov 2018
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