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I am having shortness of breath issue for almost a year.A doctor advised me to reduce my weight(98.5 kilo and height is 5ft10inch. The following test I did and they were normal: 1)Chest x-ray(2 months back) 2)HD Chest CT Scan(7 months back) 3)2D Echo Heart (7 months back) 4)CBC Test-Normal(did this 6 months before my Symtomatic-Covid 19 illness) 5)CBC Test Today reported,three month later I had Symtomatic-Covid 19 illness.Four days back I got my 1st vaccination. Usually I get this problem:While driving my scooter,wearing a mask,deep thinking (I am overthinker and get tensed easily), while sitting idle. However there isn't any chest or abdomen pain. This intense few months back, now reduced after having ayurvedic treatment.This problem started when the first lockdown started.I have small umbilical hernia and fatty liver.A doctor said that I get panic attacks. However I get sound sleep.Why I am getting shortness of breath?
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You can take Derifylin twice daily for ten days. You can take Mucolite one measure thrice daily. Is there any history of asthma in the family?
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