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... the ER because I physically could not breath. I didn't have asthma but I can't remember what the disorder was called. It would happen in the middle of the night as I woke up gasping for air. I was a premie if that means anything. ... (1 replies)
... I used to take the Natural Factors Protec...awesome one as well. ... (3 replies)
... ldhood asthma making a comeback. I'm on an inhaler, but unfortunately it doesn't really seem to be working. I have some random aches in the left side of my chest as well lately, and it seems like my allergies are flaring up pretty badly as well now. ... (6 replies)

... Hello. I was recently diagnosed with Eosinophilic Bronchitis by the Mayo Clinic. The doc prescribed me Flovent, 250 mg twice per day, in powder form (using the diskus). He said it would be 1-2 weeks before it starts working -- it's only been a week, but I haven't noticed any change yet. I have faith, but I was wondering if anyone else has been diagnosed with EB and what... (2 replies)
Upper back pain
Jun 24, 2014
... h is lower back and neck due to some things wrong with some of my disc.I also have COPD, i have been having it off and on last couple of years it is not the same as having it all the time like i am now. ... (0 replies)
... rlying cause yet, but I'm switching to a new nephrologist next week, so I'm hoping to get some answers then. My kidney function was 100 in January, and around 96 as of April with some minor fluctuations in some other blood results. ... (6 replies)
... Other symptoms such as imbalance, fluid retention and lower limb weakness also disappeared. ... (6 replies)
... The breathing thing seems off and on, as does the rapid beat. ... (6 replies)
... have something called "Hyperventilation Syndrome." Basically, over the years, we have learned to stop breathing deep in our bellies, as all newborns do, and learned to breathe in our chest's. Most of the time this is completely unconscious. ... (3 replies)
... r 2 cm big. They did a ct scan and discovered it was valley fever. My primary I'm sure thought it was cancer. Valley Fever can cause you to have breathing issues as well. I see a pulmonary doctor who is treating me with Fluconizole. That is shrinking the nodule. I'm feeling better too. ... (1 replies)
... ngly getting short of breath with activity during the day. I had a routine appointment, and a six minute walk test showed my saturations dipping to the mid 80's. As soon as I got home, more oxygen equipment was arriving at my doorstep. I was totally unprepared for this! ... (0 replies)
... y to bronchodilator, which increased your lung capacity and ability to breathe out effectively. This can be treated, and when mild is treated with inhalers on an as needed basis. It is related to allergies, and somewhat hereditary. Very common. Ask your Dr for additional info so you understand it thoroughly. ... (1 replies)
Jun 16, 2014
... Rosie, Welcome to the boards. I can tell you my experience and a little more about lung nodules in general. I have had lung nodules in past about the same size. 4mm is small, and the smaller they are the more likely to be benign. Lung nodules occur in many conditions, so your general health, history of infections, any symptoms, history of other medical/surgical conditions all... (1 replies)
COPD and dying
Jun 14, 2014
... mouth as close as possible but without touching him. Watch his pulse ox and adjust the oxygen flow. In COPD, oxygen is usually kept at or below 3, as higher than that can cause a person to quit breathing when they have COPD. ... (1 replies)
COPD and dying
Jun 14, 2014
... His o2 is 81 today. He won't leave his oxygen on anymore and can't swallow his pills as of last night. We do have hospice and they come everyday. They haven't been here yet today though. Does anyone have a clue as to why his BP has changed so much? ... (1 replies)
Jun 10, 2014
... I went for a CAT scan for my heart and it was discovered that I have two nodules measuring 4mm in each lung. I haven't seen the doctor as yet. Has anyone experienced this and what was done for it? ... (1 replies)
... This is interpreted as a mild response to brondhodlitator. ... (1 replies)
... asthma is a real culprit, so I would be sure that any asthma tendency is treated adequately and allergens that trigger it are avoided as much as possible. Then, avoid getting respiratory infections, which will likely turn into bronchitis, which worsens COPD. ... (1 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)
... I have many health problems but as of the moment I am very concerned about a message I got from my pulmonary doctor. ... (0 replies)

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