Shortness of breath help Watch

YasudaSayo
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All my life I've had shortness of breath. I gasp and breathe as deeply as I can but it never satisfies it. Leaning forwards and breathing in very sharply and suddenly seems to be the trick. GPs never take me seriously and so I've never been prescribed anything but using my mum's blue inhaler does seem to help somewhat (makes it easier to breathe in deep enough and 'satisfy' the shortness of breath but it still happens just as often). There are several triggers: eating, lack of sleep, stress/anxiety, and exercise. Eating doesn't really make sense but it's the main trigger which is why GPs don't take me seriously. It's not just eating but putting anything in my mouth- like biting a pencil or sucking d*ck (sorry if tmi). Can someone please tell me why this is happening because the GP loves to take the piss. Thanks
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Probably asthma go hospital and get it checked. If you get diagnosed, change GP
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Do you experience wheezing?
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