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Date: 08.07.2009
From: Lynne

Subject: Fatigue and a feeling of heavyness

Hi Guys I know most of us feel fatigued quite a lot of the time, I was wondering if any of you get it with a feeling of heavyness around breathing. Usually around tea time ish I start to feel like this. Kinda like there's someone pressing on my chest. (I wish) It feels slightly harder to breath in than out. Not painful though,, but feels like my breathing tubes may be a bit inflamed. Going to book and appointment with the docs tomorrow as it has been going on for two weeks. Just wondered if this is another effect of RA?
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Date: 08.07.2009
From: val h

Subject: Re: Fatigue and a feeling of heavyness

hi sorry u got this, if its not one thing its another ot had this so can not offer help also have oa not ra but feel 4 u hope get sorted could it b u r getting tired by this time of night know start to get heavy legs by this time of night, good luck hope u get lotts of help and advice
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Date: 08.07.2009
From: Lynne

Subject: Re: Fatigue and a feeling of heavyness

Thanks Val..I am a little tired going to put my feet up now and watch torchwood on the telly. Take care
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Date: 08.07.2009
From: val h

Subject: Re: Fatigue and a feeling of heavyness

me to
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Date: 09.07.2009
From: Jill

Subject: Re: Fatigue and a feeling of heavyness

Hi Angela

maybe your rite, mb u have a mild infection as its only recent that u have experienced this, I am absolutely exhausted at mo... I can sleep, but when I wake up(dont get 8 hours, its bitty) but I am sleeping better than last year, however, Im shattered in the mornings...cant br bothered to drive my sone to skool, I got up this morn, kept my Pjs on, and put a hoody over the top(braleess too) lol and drove to skool, hair a messs... these things r guidelines for me, the fatigue is getting worse... mind u, ive been driving up and down to see my best m8 in the rest home she is in, and im tired....its also draining seeing someone u love, in pain and emotionally drained...think shes gonna be ok tho... and lynee im sorry about your Bro xx Make that appointment Anglea NOWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWW x
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Date: 09.07.2009
From: Lynne

Subject: Re: Fatigue and a feeling of heavyness

Jill thank god I'm not the only one who does things in the night clothes and bra less lololol. Couldn't be bothered to get dressed yesterday, had my nightie on so I put my track suit bottoms on and a Jumper and took the dog for a walk.
You are doing alot lovee, and sometime the emotional pain take more tol than the physical pain. Put the two together and that's dynamite. Your friends in the best place to be cared for and to get help ( been there, bought the t shirt ). Time to look after Jill xxx
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Date: 09.07.2009
From: Jill

Subject: Re: Fatigue and a feeling of heavyness

thanks again Lynnne x

Angleaaaaaaaaa have u booked that appointment yet??? lol x
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Date: 09.07.2009
From: Jill

Subject: Re: Fatigue and a feeling of heavyness

Right Lynne, im offff to get dressed, cant bee bothered to have shower, gortta go get my baby from skool.... poo just realised, gotta feeed em today, bought them all mac ds last night, was gr8 not having to cook....meant to put the Chicken in the oven...FORGOT!!!!! roflma
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Date: 09.07.2009
From: Lynne

Subject: Re: Fatigue and a feeling of heavyness

Me still in my Nightie as well.. lolol
Look after yourself luvvveee
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