... i am 43 and have always been sick with bronchitis, worse as a child, but still in adulthood. I was given the ventolin inhaler after a bout of bronchitis and additional bronchospasms. ... (2 replies)
... with GERD 4 years ago and take prilosec. I don't have heartburn luckily, it started off with bronchospasms after a bronchitis episode. I have an inhaler i use as needed. I am obese due to polycystic ovarian syndrome and my depression medicines. I had papillary thyroid cancer in October and a total thyroidectomy. ... (0 replies)
... if they are damaged or not. He got an attitude with me and told me that as far as he's concerned I'm able to work along side the next person. ... (0 replies)
... ANA as a side effect from that drug. ... (6 replies)
... ray was very, very good at spotting tiny irregularities such as nodules. ... (1 replies)
... Hi am hoping someone can help me,am a 40year old lady have smoked since I was 12,been having lung problem for 2 to 3 years but lately things have got alot worse,chest,shoulder and back pain ,recently on chest xray then ct and have just found out I have multiple nodules on both lungs measuring 2mm each,am very scared as have a 12year old that needs me and has nobody else,am... (1 replies)
... mitted. I was examined so many times and x rayed I really thought I might get an answer. However the doctor I was seeing in there said I think a scan is in order as there is something amiss. A senior doctor came round on the fourth day and said you can go home we need your bed. So I never got the scan. ... (0 replies)
... As far as recovery, my doctor told me 6 months, and at 6 months it still hurt, and he told me a year, and at a year, he said it might always hurt. ... (5 replies)
... maybe look into probiotics to see what could benefit your system for the type of infection you have and what could protect you as best as possible. I'd also suggest mixed strains rather than a single strain. ... (1 replies)
... When we arrived I was diagnosed as having flu and bilateral pneumonia. ... (1 replies)
... I'm not sure what your question is. Are you asking if it's possible to have both? The answer is yes. Smoking isn't a requirement for any COPD issues. In factm, did you know that most adult onset asthma is caused by strains of pneumonia?
And yes, reflux can mimic asthma (which is often included as one of the COPD diseases) but if your pulmo tested you and said you have... (1 replies)
... Lupus can predispose to infection as well. It can also cause enlarged lymph nodes, but so could a recent bronchitis. ... (6 replies)
... up. Now almost a year has gone by and I am wondering if I should have another scan done to see if this nodule as grown? ... (0 replies)
... still feel weak and tired with a residual cough at 2 weeks after pneumonia. It usually takes about a month for energy to return. There seems to be some question as to your diagnosis? ... (1 replies)
... last Saturday from an ER doc, I took him in bc I just knew he had pneumonia again after having it just 3 months ago and sure enough he def has pneumonia, but not as bad as his last time. ... (0 replies)
... I have been feeling exactly as you described, but add major fatigue and less rib pain. This has been going on for over a year, which is abnormal for me. ... (2 replies)
... ve been having breathing problems when sleeping and lying down for a few years. My nose gets blocked as soon as I lie down, and I often wake gasping for breath. My chest and ribs often feel sore, it feels muscular. ... (2 replies)
... expected in people with airway issues just as asmtha, so I would not be too worried if I were you. Good luck. ... (4 replies)
... I am so happy to hear that you found some comfort in hearing my experience. I have been through many challenging medical procedures, but the collapsed lung has been downright scary.
It has been a slow recovery, and I feel mine the worst when I am ready to sneeze. Taking the big breath in definitely pushes my lung capacity to its max, and that hurts a bit.
I hope you can... (5 replies)
... I know exactly how you feel. From what I researched, this is usually diagnosed as "chronic hyperventilation syndrome" (CHS) its symptoms being things like air hunger, constant yawning, chest disconfort, anxiety...
I've struggled with CHS for some years and I may now say I overcomed the problem. IT IS possible! There is a great post on the board called "Help for people with... (5 replies)