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... Hello all, Thank you all for your replies. Here are the items that have cropped up since I last posted. I had a follow up Holter test and guess what, I have SVT. I guess that item is a topic for a different message board here so I won't elaborate on that. They also did a CT scan of my chest and found a bullae (air pocket) in my lung. They say this is very unusual... (8 replies)
... labor with my last child. I was 27 at the time, and every time a labor pain would come on, I'd get that flutter feeling, and felt short of breath. ... (8 replies)
... I felt I had to respond because approximately 18 years ago, I went to the doctor for the same reason, I would be laying down, relaxing, and I could feel a flutter like feeling in the center of my chest, right around the heart area, and it too felt like a slight shortness of breath. ... (8 replies)

... EKG, stress test, Holter monitor and found no problems. All the blood tests turned out negative as well. They did see two small dots on the lung which they think are blood vessels pointing in the direction of the image but they ordered a CT scan to make sure there isn't a cyst or something like that. ... (8 replies)
... Thanks for that, I now have both a flutter device and an acapella. ... (7 replies)
... I got a flutter valve or acapella from my respiratory therapist.. It really helps me. hawk 123. ... (7 replies)
... Thanks Kathy1813. I am going to my local gp on wednesday and will ask about all you have suggested as my lung doctor is actually 10 hours away. I have tried to look for the flutter device but i can only locate one in uk. ... (7 replies)
... Where can I get a "flutter" from to help break up thick mucus in the bottom of my lungs and best ways of lung drainage, any advice would be helpful. ... (7 replies)
... I have tried the Flutter in the past, but found to be of little use. ... (6 replies)
... with their chronic lung condition. ... (6 replies)
... Tingling sounds like nerve entrapment, maybe in the brachial plexis area. spasms in the vein can also be the muscle so don't freak out. Is it a painful spasm or flutter as you call it? ... (1 replies)
... on February 3rd. I'm sure this was the cause of my recent lung infection. ... (35 replies)
... hello everyone, :wave: because of disability someone suggested I might want to try something called a "flutter valve", since have no to pound on sides,back,chest to loosen congestion from lung walls can someone tell excatly what this machine does or how it works never heard of it, thanks, 'jaz" (3 replies)




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