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Myself kiran I am 22 years old. I works on ship during my tenure the food timings was not correct due to hectic port schedule. From there I faced a stomach pain and shortness in breathing. After having antacids stomach pain relieved and shortness of breath still exist. After I get down from ship this shortness of breathe normally occurs today morning after the breakfast I am facing the problem in shortness of breathing. And I got cold and cough when a doctor suggested to inspect urine and blood all went very normal. Now what should I do and how can I cure this?

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Myself kiran I am 22 years old. I works on ship during my...
Take Tab: Kamdudha 2------2 empty stomach Syrup: Amlapittanashak kadha 2tablespoon 2 times. Above treatment for 1 month. Do Yoga, Pranayam,
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Myself kiran I am 22 years old. I works on ship during my...
There can be many reasons for shortness of breath ranging from heart related issues, to simply anemia to Bronchial Asthma, without proper tests and evaluation it will be difficult to comment what are the issues that are causing this. Consult a local internal medicine specialist with a chest x-ray, ecg, echo, hemoglobin levels, TSh and Pulmonary Function test. And follow their advice.
Myself kiran I am 22 years old. I works on ship during my...
Hello dear lybrate-user, Warm welcome to Lybrate.com I have evaluated your query thoroughly.* This seems in relation with atmosphere induced bronchi spasm issue most likely.* Strongly recommended to do deep breathing exercises, YOGA for 15 days without any type of panic, consume balanced nutritious diet avoid smoking if doing * Follow up after 2 weeks or early as required in private consultation at Lybrate.com
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