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Chest pain. Shortness in breathing. Palpitation. Drowsiness. Try tongue. But xray chest, ecg,ecogram, tmt are normal but problem is always continue. Happen most of the time at midnight while sleeping
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Dr. Pankaj K Bang
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Dr. Ramana Prasad V. V.
Pulmonologist 17 yrs exp Hyderabad
If the person is obese and has snoring ,he may suffering with sleep apnea.pl see a pulmonologist
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