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    COULD YOU HAVE PTSD ot hypothyroid
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    startwynkles59 posted:
    I have both asthma and Post Traumatic Stress Disorder. When I get too stressed, I can get either or both to manifest together or one or the other. I talked to both my MD and my mental health providers. I have clonazepam to take when my throat feels like it is closing up and I know it is not asthma. Also, people with hypothyroid (I have it too) will have the throat problem. Trying to get your respiratory therapist's help co-ordinated with who ever helps you with your stress management to create a plan to put into place to figure out what exactly is causing your throat totighten up.
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