... I've been unable to take in a full breath since I was about 7 years old, I'm now 16 and still don't have an answer as to why. ... (0 replies)
... i use symbicort as a rescue inhaler for my congestion issues....i also have a nebulizer and use that as well, esp. during the winter... ... (1 replies)
... I do feel for you as Drs seem so unhelpful at times, no one knows our bodies better than ourselves. ... (10 replies)
My Hiatal-Hernia definitely has an effect on my breathing.
What medication are you on that helps your H.H.
I am also Asthmatic and in 42 yrs have never left my medication off once, so I know its not that that has a bearing on my breathing.
Solofelix. (10 replies)
... Another update, I just had an endoscopy and consulted with a GI doc. Other than minor hiatal hernia, all looks really good, he said. The HH isnít showing any inflammation so my meds are doing a good job keeping it under control.
So now Iím more unclear than ever before about how to deal with my symptoms. My heart, upper GI, and lungs (asthma) all are good. Iíve made... (10 replies)
... in and because she said maybe the meds they give me in the ER weren't enough. She didn't actually check to see if I had an infection that warranted the Levaquin. As far as the Breo, on their official website, it says "DON'T USE FOR ASTHMA". ... (3 replies)
... which is used as the powder carrier in these types of dry inhalers. ... (3 replies)
I am a 30 year old male that is 5'9/ 153 lbs. I am writing because I have been feeling woozy, off-balance, light-headed as if I want to fall, hung-over without nausea and short of breath for nearly 2.5 months. Doctors are trying to tie my lungs into this somehow (maybe the oxygen is not traveling like it should in my body). I do have some chest pain.
A chest... (3 replies)
... On the down side, I'm still having this very clear pattern of feeling okay in the morning and getting worse as the day moves on. My chest hurts just around my bronchial and sometimes spreading out to my larger lung areas. ... (10 replies)
My husband and myself resorted to separate bedrooms because of his snoring and other strange noises.
Sometime ago he told me he could hear me snoring on the opposite side of the landing,
so I decided I'd better try some sort of aid.
I started on "Breathe Right Nasal Strips" and Hubby hasn't heard me snore in ages and my son who has another room in the house hasn't... (1 replies)
... I think it's one of the dumbest reasons to break up but what other option do I have. I feel as though now he is hanging the cpap in my face and will use it when he feels I deserve to sleep. It's immature, cruel and sick to me. I do not trust him anymore. ... (1 replies)
... it must be rare as you said. ... (2 replies)
... There was no reason for me to have emphysema, even as a former smoker. ... (2 replies)
... s causing the tightness. Maybe my many years of asthma has made my chest area hyper sensitive and some neural feedback loop is making my chest muscles tighten up as a protective mechanism. Whatever it is, I have no conscious control over it. ... (10 replies)
... Hi I got rads done as part of a health screening to be put into a medication study for a totally different disease. ... (0 replies)
... I take asthma meds as insurance against a significant asthma attack and to help to alleviate or avoid chest tightness. ... (10 replies)
... Symptoms mild in morning and become worst as day progresses. ... (10 replies)
... m concerned about getting addicted to the med so see it only as a temporary help while I try to find the root cause. ... (2 replies)
... c I didn't know to ask. It was found on a chest xray as part of my routine physical. ... (0 replies)
... It's very noticeable, as I've been told by my friends, family and colleagues. ... (2 replies)