Thanks for your response. It's just so odd because my time at the hospital was so uneventful because I was in for a few hours only and home again. I was up and walking around throughout the afternoon. Next day was painful but not unmanageable.
I could understand maybe having this suffocation feeling and other symptoms for a couple of weeks but here I am with it 15 weeks day and night, no relief until I get to sleep thanks to Ativan. Even then it hasn't left my body during sleep. It's just that Ativan is powerful enough to knock me out.
I will give myself pep talks, positive talks telling myself that all is great, I'm healthy, I feel wonderful, it's a really nice day, I'm going to do this and this and this today. This to no avail. A few times I honestly thought it had resolved it self because the suffocation feeling was almost down to zero, I had no chest tightening, no head in fog only for it to come back the next day as it was yet I wasn't even thinking about it.
My husband still wants to believe there is something wrong, that something happened during surgery but three doctors are saying no
Thank you for your response. Hopefully I do get those answers through therapy. I think I also need to get my brain rewired, it's just that messed up. No one can believe it has been 15 weeks of this constant suffocation feeling day and night.
Thank you again.