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Posted By : penny12345 - 8/1/2015 7:13 PM
So for the past 3 years (I know, 3 years) ever since I was about 12 weeks pregnant with my son, I've noticed after lying down that the first deep breath I take, there is vibrating in chest/lungs/ back. Happens every time I lay down sometimes when I bend over even. Or sometomes when I havent take a deep breath in awhile. It is usually cleared after the end of one deep breath. The best i can describe it as is vibration or rattling feeling. I have had a clear chest x Ray and will be getting a chest ct done Tuesday. But no one seems to have any clue as to what it could be. After some internet searching , I think it might be gravity dependent Atelectisis. At this point, its causing me major anxiety because noone can figure it out. Anyone had anything similar and found an answer??!!!

Posted By : Hibee - 8/2/2015 3:00 AM
Hi Penny

Welcome to the forum.

Anxiety can cause all sorts of physical and mental symptoms so it could be down to anxiety.

I am pleased that you have had some tests done and they have come back clear that is good news what I would say is don't google your symptoms as that will only make your anxiety 100 x worse trust me I have been there many times.

If it is anxiety lots can be done to help and a good place to start is our resources thread which you will find on the main page first post for some useful links to self help guides.

Hibee
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Posted By : Scaredy Cat - 8/2/2015 10:34 AM
Hi Penny,

I do hope you find the answers you need soon! I can understand how a mystery symptom causes anxiety! Hibee has advised you well above...so I will just add a link for some great relaxation/stress relieving exercises to try.:)


Let us know how everything goes with your tests and search for answers...

...and post with us anytime for anxiety support!

Scaredy Cat
Moderator:Anxiety/Panic

"Courage is not the abscence of fear, it is feeling afraid and doing it anyway!"

"Worrying does not empty tomorrow of its troubles...it empties today of its strength."
Corrie Ten Boom

Panic Syndrome recovery due to CBT

Posted By : JFish487 - 11/22/2015 3:14 PM
Penny12345,

Did you get answers for this issue?? My situation is nearly identical to yours! It started during pregnancy, has been going on for years, clears with a deep breath, etc. did your CT scan show anything? Any answers or feedback would be so appreciated. Like you, I'm suffering anxiety over this issue.

Thanks

Posted By : Scaredy Cat - 11/22/2015 7:14 PM
Hi JFish and welcome.:)

We have not heard back from the OP of this thread after her initial message.

Previous to this issue, has anxiety ever been a challenge for you?

I do encourage you to check out the links I posted for her, and see if some self help makes a difference.

Post with us anytime for anxiety support,

Scaredy Cat
Moderator:Anxiety/Panic

"Courage is not the abscence of fear, it is feeling afraid and doing it anyway!"

"Worrying does not empty tomorrow of its troubles...it empties today of its strength."
Corrie Ten Boom

Panic Syndrome recovery due to CBT

Posted By : JFish487 - 11/22/2015 7:47 PM
No, I was not experiencing anxiety when it began, so I'm feeling like it wasn't caused by anxiety but it sure is creating it now!

Posted By : heylindseynicole - 1/31/2016 5:54 PM
Does anybody have an update to this? I am pregnant now and experiencing the same thing. It is really scaring me! Please help.

Posted By : Scaredy Cat - 1/31/2016 7:08 PM
I have not seen either the OP, or other responder since this thread, sorry.


Have you dealt with either anxiety or GERD previously?

S.C.
Moderator:Anxiety/Panic

"Courage is not the abscence of fear, it is feeling afraid and doing it anyway!"

"Worrying does not empty tomorrow of its troubles...it empties today of its strength."
Corrie Ten Boom

Panic Syndrome recovery due to CBT

Posted By : heylindseynicole - 1/31/2016 7:11 PM
I have HA REALLY bad... But I know this particular feeling is not caused by anxiety because it happens at night when I wake up from sleeping and I'm not feeling anxious. I have been having reflux issues. My pulmonologist suggested I could be getting some acid from reflux into the lungs but that suggestion doesn't really satisfy me... I was hoping someone else had experienced the same so I could feel better!

Posted By : Scaredy Cat - 1/31/2016 7:46 PM
Well, panic can manifest out of a deep sleep...so I imagine health anxiety symptoms can as well...

...and reflux would certainly go along with lying prone...

Still, I understand your concerns. I hope you find the answers you need soon.

Please take advantage of our Resources at the top of the main forum page. ..and post with us anytime for anxiety support!

S.C.
Moderator:Anxiety/Panic

"Courage is not the abscence of fear, it is feeling afraid and doing it anyway!"

"Worrying does not empty tomorrow of its troubles...it empties today of its strength."
Corrie Ten Boom

Panic Syndrome recovery due to CBT

Posted By : Nicki83 - Yesterday 4:16 AM
I know this is super old but I asked my doctor whay this was, because I have all the exact same symptoms. She said it is the diaphragm and sometimes especially laying down it moves upward towards the lungs and makes that feeling. I have had or for almost 4 years, so I am sure it's nothing sinister. Hope this helps!

Posted By : Scaredy Cat - Yesterday 9:10 AM
Hi Nicki and welcome!

Thank you for contributing with us here with your experience and helpful information.😊

Please feel free to share to seek support here with us anytime!

Scaredy Cat
Moderator:Anxiety/Panic

"Courage is not the abscence of fear, it is feeling afraid and doing it anyway!"

"Worrying does not empty tomorrow of its troubles...it empties today of its strength."
Corrie Ten Boom

Panic Syndrome recovery due to CBT

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