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Short off breath, body cramps, extreme weakness. Normal heart, lungs, blood results. Any ideas?

Hi I am an 53 year old man.
My problem is that I have short out-off breath situations that sends my body into all kinds of strange feelings. Like body cramps and extreme weakness. Have you heard something like this before?
I have checked my heart, lungs and blood with no obvious problems. My own idea is that it has to do with my loungs that hurt deep down when I cough (a dry cough that I have had now for several month.
Asked On : Wed, 3 Apr 2013
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Welcome ti HCM. History reviwed and understood that main complaint was dry irritating cough with SOB and could be an anginal equivalent or cough variant asthma.and the symptoms and investigations to be reviwed by thephysician for proper diaagnosis and exclusionsyou are advised to consult physician and evaluated thoroughly by the physician.
Answered: Sun, 12 May 2013
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