The Cause Of Difficulty When Breathing?
Greetings, my wife and I have gone to the hospital to do a pregnancy test. And the results are negative. But after the test, my wife still felt displeased with her body, meaning that she felt uncomfortable. He said often shortness of breath in the chest so difficult to breathe. What does this mean?
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Unwell and difficulty breathing is not always the case with pregnancy. These complaints can also arise due to other causes, for example:
Hormonal fluctuations before menstruation Dyspepsia (increased stomach acid) Allergies Respiratory disorders, such as bronchitis, pneumothorax, ARI (acute respiratory infection), asthma Viral or bacterial infections Fibromyalgia Psychosomatic disorders, etc. Your negative pregnancy test results are likely to indicate that your wife You are not pregnant. However, if your wife also experiences other signs of pregnancy, for example not menstruation, nausea, vomiting, dizziness, weakness, frequent urination, breast pain and swelling, mood swing, and so on, it doesn't hurt you to ask her to do a re-examination 2 to 4 weeks left.
In the meantime, so that his complaints improve, you can suggest your wife undergo the following efforts:
Compress the tightness of the chest with warm water Calm yourself, do not worry, panic, or excessive fear Get enough rest, reduce activities that make you tired Exercise regularly If there are things that often trigger you allergies, keep yourself away from the allergen Eat regularly, do not delay- postpone Eating small portions, but often, do not be too full Reduce foods that contain a lot of gas, for example mustard greens, cabbage, spicy foods, soda Do not carelessly take medicine If complaints still have not improved after following the steps above, do not hesitate to check your wife back to yes doctor ..
I hope this helps.