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Suffering with breathing issues, suffocation, heart burn, knot in throat. Explain situation?

hi ive been having really bad breathing problems feeling like im soffucating all day gets worse when i eat afterwards i have to catch a breath every other minute ive been like this for about 2 months now i have alot of heart burn knott on my throat , i can take all that but the breathing i cant , feel very upset when it gets worse like i wanna cry and im a man , it all started after a hard workout with weights
Asked On : Fri, 19 Oct 2012
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Your symptoms might suggest GERD or gastritis. I suggest to:

- consult GI specialist for further evaluation
- do upper endoscopy
- eat slowly, small portions and often
- avoid spicy, chilly, alcohol, fatty, fried foods
- avoid coffee or energetic drinks.
- do not lay down immediately after eating
- use 2 pillows at bedtime

At last, consult GI specialist to start appropriate therapy.

Answered: Wed, 27 Nov 2013
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