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any other existing respiratory ailment.  Vomiting phlegm, wheezing, and hacking could be representative...
It is not possible to form a conclusion on the limited information, Bridget. Plus this is a forum for anxiety disorders issues. I suggest you consult your doctor. Best wishes Ian
It certainly possible that these headaches (are they one-sided and throbbing?) are Migraines. Like Teri said, the black spots could be part of the aura. Her odds of having Migraine disease is enhanced because she has relative
These kinds of problems can be difficult to diagnose because both physical and behavioral factors can come into play. The first step is to keep a journal of what your pup eats every day--including anything other than the same
I can't comment on a possible purely physical cause, jennigens. The tests you've had seem to have covered the most likely physical causes. It is not uncommon for people with anxiety to either unconsciously vary respiration w
Sounds like you may have an injured salivary gland. The mouth is lined with thousands of small salivary mucous glands that lubricate the oral surfaces.  Sometimes the openings of these glands become injured so that the glandu
Take a week off from running to rest your muscles. Then reduce your running and go slower. Do stretches for your quads, hips, and knees. Here are the ones I do. Be sure you run heavy/light, i.e. follow each run with a light w
You may want to get that checked out.  Have you tried to see if the birth control seems to be playing a role.  It's not impossible it's causing something neurological to happen.  I could also be a disc problem.  An mri of the
Don't do intense workouts more often than every other day. Your body needs at least 48 hours to recover from your intense workouts. This is called running heavy/light. Your light workouts could be less intense workouts, ligh
Good news: you're still around after 10yrs.  Bad news: so is your pain.  I'm afraid I'm not going to be able to do much about this particular complaint of yours without more information and examination which is why you need

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