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... First a little background, I am 41 and I went to the doctor in July because of wet cough that would not go away. He felt that it was caused by inflammation due to allergies and gave me a Steroid Pack. ... (0 replies)
... diaphram that was compatible with mild COPD. ... (10 replies)
... and as their shortness of breath increases, there are fast acting inhalers that help, like Combivent. I only need Combivent when I have a chest cold, and it is affecting my breathing. If your Copd is mild, the medication you would need is minimal...but it seems Advair would help your particual symptoms. ... (10 replies)

... to be hurting myself and that I'd quit before I got anything bad. It wasn't until last November when my mother announced that she had lung cancer and was going in the hospital for surgery that I truly woke up. ... (10 replies)
... anaged to quit smoking for two years, then relapsed back to it again, unfortunately. Right before I quit for that two years, I did notice I'd get a heavy feeling in my chest, and also pain in my upper back region. When I stopped smoking, eventually this went away. ... (10 replies)
... as well as humidity, etc...There are many subtle differences in how my body handles things now. Sometimes when I get a chest cold, it will affect my breathing. ... (10 replies)
... I had a bout with mycoplasma pneumonia last month and I'm still feeling crummy with a burning sensation in my chest and some mild shortness of breath. My peak flows are normal and I saw a new pulmonary Dr. ... (0 replies)




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