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... abdomen hurts! Also...and it took me a while to believe this, if you have osteoporosis, you CAN crack a rib coughing, and cause much pain. Have them check that out. I know I have. ... (4 replies)
... thank you for your words. Ive also have trouble spelling the horrid name and found out today my aunty by marriage also has bronchiectasis. Like you I also have gerd, sleep apnoea and asthma, allergies, diabetes, among other illnesses. ... (4 replies)
... Sharon or Grammy1954, Thank you so much for reply. Really appreciate. I am 71 so not middle age and my infec. dr. told me he has some my age and has said how they responded. Can't remember all details. I will certainly print out your replies and get more familiar with things you mentioned. ... (26 replies)

... infection. My pulmonary dr. mentioned his concern to me because apparently the GERD makes us more suspectible to the bacterial infection reoccuring. ... (104 replies)
... Nocardia. My last 2 CT scans has shown suttle changes and the radiologist thinks that is the bronchiectasis getting worse instead of the bacterias spreading. ... (169 replies)
... You have your hands full with your illness and I am sure taking care of your Mom puts a tremendous strain on you but I HIGHLY praise you for doing that. ... (169 replies)
... until a year later. So when I relayed this info about the MAC growing he informed me that everyone is exposed to mycobacterium daily because it is on everything and only a very very small percentage ever gets MAC. ... (169 replies)
... to keep the GERD from refluxing in my lungs. ... (26 replies)
... I am still around. Have been to the beach for a couple of weeks. Sharon, I have been catching up today on all the correspondence since the end of Sept. and see that you have been to Denver and have come back on some new meds. ... (237 replies)
... Hey Peggy, from my understanding you never really get over MAC. The nurses told me you control it with meds. Unfortunately, Mac will always be in our bodies and the damage it does to our lungs is irreversiable, however hopefully you can control it with the meds and hopefully drive it into remission. ... (237 replies)




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