I’m a 26 year old woman and keep struggling with shortness of breath, heart palpitations, and get tired easily. What is this ?
I’m not pregnant
- 4 days ago
Dyspnea: This is what doctors term shortness of breath.
When are you experiencing these breathing problems?
As a normal human, walking up the stairs, or exercising can cause shortness of breath.
Anything other than that you feel like is not normal, maybe it is time you see a doctor.
Several diseases cause dyspnea, like heart problems, asthma. A doctor will know better. It is my belief, you might be prescribed oxygen therapy.
NOTE: If you are experiencing this while lying down or during sleep, see a doctor immediately.
- Anonymous3 weeks ago
Sound’s like you’re needing to see your family doctor zxj
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- 4 weeks ago
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- 4 weeks ago
Things to do and consider
1. GO TO A DOCTOR
2. before you do think of what triggers SOB, palpitations, and fatigue
3. are you overweight? If so, have your Lipid profile done. Family history of Diabetes? Check blood sugar and blood pressure too
4. Are you having enough rest and sleep? and many more
5. For a start eat a nutritious meal. A balanced and controlled diet goes a long way :)
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- Anonymous4 weeks ago
go see a doctor and get a blood test
like Haemogram/CBC to find hemoglobin
you could be suffering from anemia
eat a well balanced nutritious diet
take multivitamin mineral supplement
eat lots of fruits and vegetables daily
especially the leafy vegetables
- 1 month ago
Could be a Vitamin B deficiency - are you a vegetarian by any chance? Or it could be Lymphoma. Start taking some good quality vitamin and mineral supplements. Check if any of your lymph nodes are inflamed for an extended period. If they are, see a doctor straight away.
- Diane ALv 71 month ago
you need some tests done--could be dozens of things, start with a cardiologist
- AnonymousLv 61 month ago
Go to the doctor, shortness of breath can mean a heart problem.