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... producing mucous in response to the cold. I began thinking that if I could reduce the mucous, I might not experience the symptoms of bronchitis. ... (5 replies)
Help
Feb 25, 2005
... I just wanted to say I'm going through my own Bronchitis recovery and I know how frustrating it is to not feel like you are back to normal. On top of that the additional fears of worrying if there are underlying problems. I too worry about something more ominous on the horizon. ... (7 replies)
... three separate doctors before finally being diagnosed with a chest infection. An experience which really rocked my faith in GPs. I was never told whether it was bronchitis or pneumonia or what, but I know I never want to experience it again. ... (7 replies)

... and he switched me to a new asthma inhaler Symbicort. I was previously on Advair. When my symptoms first began, my internist thought I had a ulcer that was causing the chest pain and cough. I was scoped, found to have gastritis and was given Prilosec. ... (0 replies)
... About two and a half months ago I was exposed to a decent amount of pesticide. A day or so later I began finding it hard to breath and I started waking up in the morning with large amounts of weird tasting mucus in my throat. ... (3 replies)
... atment with Biaxin today to sese if it will help me again. This cough and these worsened breathing problems feel a whole lot like what I had months ago, and part of me is scared that it may be being caused by a blood clot. ... (4 replies)
... m wearing a very tight bra. I also have a poking feeling as though someone is poking me in my right lung. These symptoms have been pretty much constant for two months. I first noticed this two months ago when I was at home. ... (1 replies)
... eight is now linked with asthma. I am about 70 lbs overweight, so I'm hoping that is the case. I can certainly lose weight if I think I can breathe better. My symptoms aren't sudden asthma attacks, but shortness of breath with exercise. ... (5 replies)
... This is sort of long and I apologize. ... (1 replies)
Hyperventilation
Sep 16, 2006
... sometimes I would hyperventilate and have done so for years. the first time I did it I was about 12 years old, I thought I was having a heart attack and prayed to god don't let me die!! ... (36 replies)
... Well, I have no information to "help" you out, in fact you sound WAY more knowledgeable than me. I discovered your post this evening while scanning the net for symptoms that led me to the same question you posted regarding WHAT you thought your issues may be. ... (6 replies)
... Over a month ago, I caught a nasty cold from one of my daughters who picked it up at day care. Sore throat, cough, congestion, etc. lasted nearly two weeks. It then turned into sinusitis, so I saw my Dr. ... (6 replies)
Moderate COPD
Oct 14, 2005
... first of all I want to give a "bouquet" to a wonderful site! I have been here reading many times and find it very beneficial. ... (7 replies)
... e had the same problems that you describe. It started about 4 years ago, and it has been really bad the last 2. I've had Pleurisy 6 times in the last 3 years and Bronchitis twice in same length of time. ... (30 replies)
Lung or back?
Jan 9, 2004
... At first I didn't notice any symptoms... ... (5 replies)
... I was recently diagnosed with bronchitis. I was prescribed 10 days of amoxocillin. The only symptoms I had was occasional blood in sputum and pain in one place on the right side of my back. The pain would come sometimes when I take a deep breath. ... (1 replies)
... think is bronchitis....I went to the doctor and she prescribed some antibiotics....it seemed to be working because I was coughing a lot less....after the 10 days of antibiotics I got cold symptoms in addition to coughing up a lot of nasty flem...... ... (5 replies)
... months, the nodules are likely benign and nothing to worry about. Lots of people are walking around with them, and probably always have been. It's only because of advances in radiological science within the last few decades that the frequency of nodules has been observed and noted. ... (1 replies)
... years ago. What happened first was collapsed from extreme fatigue and then I started tripoding trying to breathe. ... (1 replies)
... This is my first time posting on this site so please remain patient with me. ... (0 replies)




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