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... the reading was in the 200 something range.....she said I had bronchitis and sent me home with albuterol. ... (1 replies)
... I recently woke up in the night with severe chest pains, massive shortness of breathe and my blood pressure plummeted. I ended up in hospital as the doc was worried. I had the works there - ECG, X-ray, CT scan - nothing was found except that my oxygen reading was 92 as opposed to the 98-100 they expected. I was referred back to my doctor for lung function tests as everything... (0 replies)
... but the computer comment stated "expiratory flow rates are within normal range"...huh? ... (3 replies)

... better for a period of time but then I go back to having problems, I would think if it was asthma I would have a longer period of time with good breathing and my oxygen wouldn't be dipping down so low with just a little exertion. ... (0 replies)
... I have the bronchoscope done and everything looks great. No results. They send off cells for examination but they think they will come back normal and they did. My breathing is still the same. ... (12 replies)
... For a month now I have been struggling to breath and it's different than a normal asthma attack. I've been to the ER twice in 3 weeks due to my nebulizer not helping much. ... (0 replies)
... My symptoms closely correspond to yours although I have never smoked. Although I had been complaining about not being able to inhale deeply for almost 10 years, the symptoms got much worse about a year ago. Like you, I went through a whole series of scans and tests including pulmonary and cardiac stress tests. Pulmonary function was suboptimal but not terrible. Pulmonary... (6 replies)
... olidays at the time and noticed I could not take in a full breath whilst standing in chest deep water of the swimming pool, I could breathe in maybe one third of normal capacity whilst in the water,get out of the water and breathing was fine. ... (6 replies)
... Finally the overnight pulse ox found something. During the night my oxygen level would drop to 80 several times. ... (17 replies)
... I can't thank you enough for answering my questions. I've gotten no answers until I posted my "story" on this message board. To answer your questions now, I was diagnosed with 2 pulmonary embolisms at St. Joseph's Hospital in London, Ontario. The technician told us nothing. He said it had to be seen by the doctor and THEN we would get the results, which we did. I had... (13 replies)
... hat they would say PH with Tricuspid Regurgitation from a Stress Echocardiogram when I do not have edema, my chest xray looked clear, pulmonary function test was normal and when the nurse did the oxygen tip on end of my finger it was normal. Just a little confused by the inconsistencies. ... (53 replies)
... pulse. I just bought my own recently on line by searching for PULSOX. Most common one is made by NONIN I have severe COPD and have been on oxygen at home for two years, I have a portable for when I leave the house. I am on 2litres of O2 and that maintains me at around 95. ... (4 replies)
... the windpipe during inspiration. Under normal conditions the vocal cords relax to allow for normal breathing. This doctor "confirmed" this diagnosis with a laryngoscopy, stating that he witnessed the vocal cords come together when I inhaled. ... (19 replies)
... on oxygen machines. Depended on his services. ... (19 replies)
... Oh! I've been taking a Vitamin B complex and also magnesium, I started these after reading about the antioxident benefits they have, and my Doc. said "Great!". ... (19 replies)
... On the topic of the o2 probe reading normal -- that's usually one of the last things to go, and if you're doing a good job of compensating by working real hard to breathe, then the o2 probe would read normal. Other blood tests to look seriously at low oxygen would possibly be blood-gas tests but if all it shows is that you're hyperventilating, I don't know what to say. ... (3 replies)


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