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1 9th February 12:18
robbieallen
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I've never been diagnosed with Asthma and I've never had any problems
breathing up until about a year ago (I'm 30 now). I started to notice
that after a large meal, I would have trouble catching my breath. The
feeling was like I needed to yawn, but couldn't. It would take 15-30
minutes before this would go away. I then started to feel this
sensation while I was eating (very annoying). But it is very
sporadic. Sometimes it happens and sometimes it doesn't. This
morning I took one bite of cereal and it started (so I don't think it
is necessarily related to the amount of food eaten). It went away but
sure enough after I started to each lunch it came back.

There are no other symptons (no heart burn or anything like that).
Just occasional difficulty breathing during/after eating. Any ideas?
My doctor wasn't very helpful.

Thanks,
Rob
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2 9th February 12:19
pkolb
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On 29 Dec 2003 09:10:12 -0800, robbieallen@yahoo.com (Robbie Allen)

Probably chronic hyperventilation, Rob. Eating anything increases
respiration, and for someone who is already over breathing, CHVS
symptoms can pop up after anything that triggers a further increase in
breathing.

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3 9th February 18:57
colin campbell
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Please note that to this guy - everything is caused by
'overbreathing.'

Your best bet is to see a doctor and get real medical advice.


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4 9th February 18:57
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<rest of bollocks snipped>

....."PROBABLY......"!!!!!!!!!!

for f***s sake Kolb! Tell the guy to see a f***in' Medic!

[rant over, and excuse me Ladies]

On a "lighter" note, I had very similar symptoms a couple of years ago. They
mysteriously departed.... together with about 50lbs of gut and 6 inches of
girth....Odd!

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5 9th February 18:57
joan marie verba
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Ever consider getting tested for food allergies?

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6 9th February 18:57
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This time you're dangerous. This person needs to get real medical advice,
not provide fodder for your pet delusion.
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7 9th February 18:57
pkolb
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Gosh, you and Immuno are a prize couple of twits.

Judging from Robbie's writing style, meticulous attention to
punctuation and intelligent question, he seems like the sort of guy
who could have worked out for himeslf that he should see a doctor.

In fact, if you two clowns had bothered to read his message, you would
have seen that he actually saught professional medical advice from his
doctor. But as he points out, his doctor was not very helpful.

Perhaps I should tell Robbie that he should keep seeing his doctor?
Just keep on going back again and again untill he has no more money
left? Then he can sell his computer and use that money to keep going
back to his doctor. Then he will no longer be able to bother us on
asa.

Buteyko therapy is, in fact, the best way for Robbie to go. Why?
Because as the many articles in the medical literature that deal with
CHVS point out, this is a very common disorder and has never been
addressed by mainstream medicine. The condition is hardly ever
diagnosed and, apart from Buteyko therapy, there has been no useful
medical intervention developed. Doctors are inevitably stuck when
dealing with this condition, as Robbie's doctor was.

You **** heads should have a little more respect for the people who
write in for advice. Telling someone he should see a doctor is a
patronizing insult to his intelligence, especially when he already
has!

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8 9th February 18:57
colin campbell
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Translation - has not been demonstrated to actually exist.

Of course - it is hard to treat conditions that do not actually exist.


And trying to pull a scam on him with your patent remedy is a worse
insult.


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9 9th February 18:57
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No I haven't been tested for food allergies. That's a good thought,
but would food allergies be so sporadic? The only thing I can think
of is it might be is an issue with my weight. I've gained perhaps 15
pounds since college (10 years ago), but I'm definitely not obese.
Perhaps that coupled with lack of exercise could be contributors. I
think what I really need to do is get back on a workout regimen, loose
10 pounds and see if continues to happen. I was just hoping someone
had this same problem and could tell me what it is called.

I appreciate the posts so far. I wasn't expecting an asthma newsgroup
to have such a lively bunch :-)

Rob
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10 9th February 18:57
joan marie verba
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While you're being evaluated for food allergies, you might consider
being evaluated for GERD (acid reflux) as well. That may be a
possibility.

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