Pain in my throat & ear & heaviness in chest

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  1. chibox

    chibox Senior Member ECF Veteran

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    I have been vaping now for ten months and love it. But recently my throat, left ear has been hurting. My chest feels heavy. The only way I can explain how I feel is like when I use to smoke cigarettes and I stood up all night smoking a lot more then I usually do. The next day I would have my chest feel heavy and throat hurting.
    Now I have had my throat hurt before and someone told me to drink a lot of water. Because maybe I was dehydrated, so I did and felt better. But this time I have been drinking a lot and have tried different combination's of VG,PG and all VG.
    I was wondering if anyone has had these symptoms before. I had these symptoms before like I said when I smoked. And vaping I feel saved me from killing myself with cigarettes. I have been very happy vaping, but now I can't because of these issues I mentioned. Any advice would be appreciated. I am a 40yr old male and a heavy vapor, probably 8 to 10ml aday. The only thing I can think of is that I always vape at 3.7v with a lr atty 1.7ohm. And about two weeks ago switched to 5v vaping with a 3.0 ohm atty. I found that the juice tasted realy good to me at 5v.
     
  2. izabella

    izabella Super Member ECF Veteran

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    If your symptoms started about the time when you switched to the 5v vaping, try switching back and see if you start feeling better.

    If your symptoms continue, please see a doctor! Your issues could be completely unrelated to vaping - could be something else that you should get taken care of.
     
  3. tattoogirl

    tattoogirl Senior Member ECF Veteran

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    you could just be getting a cold? I am in the middle of a terrible head/chest cold a week into vaping and at first thought it was the ecigs
     
  4. Kimmy

    Kimmy Ultra Member ECF Veteran

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    ear and throat are connected. Could be an ear infection. get it checked out.
     
  5. Majestic

    Majestic Super Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    I totally agree. At 5 volts you are getting a much heavier dose of vapor compared to the 3.7v.
     
  6. chibox

    chibox Senior Member ECF Veteran

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    See once again thanks guys and girls for your kind words and concern. You realy are the Best.
    So I have a update, went to see my doctor and found out I had a ear infection. Everything else came out good. So I was so happy when I heard that, when the doctor left the room to get my script. I pulled out my Reo and started to vape. Ha-ha :laugh:
     
  7. Kimmy

    Kimmy Ultra Member ECF Veteran

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    glad to hear it's only an ear infection. I had one a few weeks ago that I had ignored for far too long. Started getting dizzy and vertigo. Crazy stuff!
     
  8. Vocalek

    Vocalek CASAA Activist ECF Veteran

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    Yup. I went to the dentist for severe pain in an upper molar. I figured that a filling had cracked. He took an x-ray and announced that I had a sinus infection. (You could see the pocket of fluid in the x-ray, apparently snugly settled directly on top of the nerve.) Next stop, doctor's office.

    Then I turned out to be allergic to the antibiotic prescribed for the infection. Was switched to a second antibiotic and turned out to be allergic to that too. Scrach out two entire families of antibiotics: cillans and mycins. That leaves me with sulfa or Cipro. Yes, I'm better now, thanks!
     
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