a new symptom for the dyingness — painful breathing — great

Posted on February 16, 2006. Filed under: The Dyingness |

It’s happened twice now — once before I left for the trip, and once last night. All of a sudden there is the feeling that sharp knives are cutting through parts of my body when I breathe in. Could be unrelated to the dyingness or could mean the dyingness is progressing into a new form. Brian was a total sweetie and really wanted to take me to the hospital, but I know they won’t do anything and that it would pass, which it did. The last time it happened I couldn’t breathe in at all because it hurt so much. I then had a dream last night that I told the GI about this and when I went to pick up the test results, he had marked my file “hypochondriac”. Stupid dyingness.

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I get these random breathing cramps too. I dont have a “dyingness” but i found that if you take a gulp of water, stand still, and wait for the water to run down to your stomach, there’s sometimes a small pop, and you can breathe again (most times if not all). I’ve been trying to figure out what this is. Nothing I have found on the internet explains this.

Mine was candida-related and has seemed to subside… I hope yours does too! Look into whether you have more symptoms of candida for sure.

This is actually a relief to find for me- I started a cleanse for candida (Candigone) and wondered if I’m having a reaction or if the candida is getting worse, but also wondered if it’s a die-off symptom, so hopefully it is. Isn’t candida awful! doctors are worthless when it comes to candida overgrowth!! I see this was posted a couple years ago- if you happen to see read this comment, I would love to know how long it took for it to go away and how you got rid of the candida for good? It would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!

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