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... Thanks for responding as I have myself so worked up as I am scared. ... (6 replies)
... inch, and could very well be benign, or borderline hilar nodes, such as seen in sarcoidosis and other benign conditions. ... (6 replies)
... y first episode. They started about a year and a half ago, and this is my 4th of 5th. I was going to bed last night knowing my body would be doing the same thing as the night before. ... (0 replies)

... I was going to bed last night knowing my body would be doing the same thing as the night before. ... (10 replies)
... I was going to bed last night knowing my body would be doing the same thing as the night before. ... (3 replies)
... I was going to bed last night knowing my body would be doing the same thing as the night before. ... (12 replies)
... I was going to bed last night knowing my body would be doing the same thing as the night before. But this time I had a new mix in my body and it worked. ... (1 replies)
... been diagnosed with anything else but lung cancer. Please advise as i am waiting to have a cat scan after a chest xray showed this nodules. This is my first post. ... (6 replies)
... but on doing a little bit of my own research, I have seen lung nodules being linked to Rheumatoid Arthritis... now although I have been told I haven't got this, as the further blood tests done, confirm that... ... (0 replies)
... I was diagnosed with Asthma 44 yrs ago. As I've aged it has become much less of a problem but I still use my medication without fail. ... (12 replies)
... t breathe out so well. As a result, they hold more tension in their chest which is probably the cause of my chest tension and might explain why my anxiety meds help. ... (12 replies)
... jor stroke, TIAs, seizure disorder, a small heart condition, pituitary tumor, migraines, diabetes, and sleep disorders, all of which have left me quite inactive. As ominous as all my conditions sound, the one that bothers me the most is the pleurisy pain. ... (0 replies)
... advice or suggestions from people who have experience in these problems, or have been through them. I am 21 years old and i will spill the beans about my health as best as i can to help understand what may be going wrong. I apologize in advance if this is in the wrong section. ... (1 replies)
... As we age our body and our metabolism ages and changes. Plus... colds, infections, environmental changes, diets; can all effect us. Our metabolism, and how our body works, are extremely complicated. That is why most doctors, when they can't figure out an accurate diagnosis, will tell their patients that it is stress or anxiety that causes their patient's health problems.... (5 replies)
... I was surprised to find that the Symbicort seemed to even out that breathing pattern! My exhalation time is slower and not as "huffy". ... (5 replies)
... Hello MSNik, That's great to hear. I always wondered about it. I do not remember having it, only i lived with my maternal grandmother for the first 8 years of my life. Doc thinks i may have picked it up from her. I do remember having a bad flu when she passed, maybe that was it. Doc also said that i was probably treated for a chest infection instead of TB. Thanks for... (2 replies)
... Old TB cannot reactivate. You had to have contracted TB as a child and the fact that it has been dormant all these years means that the bacteria is still within you- but you arent active. If you were to get a test for TB, it would show up positive. I have to get that test every year for my job....when someone shows up positive in my company, they have to get an Xray to... (2 replies)
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Jan 24, 2015
... on my birthday 23 dec 2014 i decided to quit smoking as i saw a video about lungs filled with tar, i smoked my last cig and said good buy to the bad habit. ... (1 replies)
... Hi my husband is 69 and has COPD and still smokes and smokes. He still works though because.....if he stops work i told him we cant afford him to smoke as well on a pension....so he would rather work and smoke and die a lingering death. I did say he can still smoke but it would have to be roll ups. ... (0 replies)
... I feel a tightness in my left lung(as if you was trying to inflate a balloon inside of a bottle). I occasionally cough mostly in the morning when I 1st wake up. I recently went to the doctor and he prescribe me pain medicine and said it would also help with the coughing (promethazine with codine) told me it could be an viral infection but still sent me on my way. I dont know... (1 replies)


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