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... although not overweight in a way that should affect breathing. I attributed it to the anemia since iron carries oxygen and that was that. ... (4 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)
... ey were as helpful as they could be on a holiday weekend. It looks like I won't have any definitive answers for a few more days. They basically said keep him on oxygen just in case. I have been experimenting with our rental. I took my husbands pulse ox and mine. ... (4 replies)

... horrible. I'm starting to get a little depressed with looking online at symptoms and every second day I'm diagnosing myself with something new.... I need to stop reading other ppls problems as I'm becoming a hypercondriac. ... (12 replies)
... t the scan shows scarring to my left lung and she's referring me to a pulmonologist. When I type in to get info about lung scarring I see pulomnary fibrosis and reading about this is scaring me. ... (0 replies)
... Hi Dick, Hey, what works for you! I guess I misread your dosage regime and didn't realize the first day was 180 mg. Some docs do split the prednisone because of the impact on the stomach. The usual Medrol dose pak, as an example, also starts with all pills at breakfast. I must admit over recent years I have been amazed at the various reactions people have posted about... (4 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)
... but then did a chest Xray and cat scan and found the scarring. He has already seen a pulmonary doctor and then Friday he went for more tests for breathing. His oxygen level went to 87 when walking on the test so he qualified for oxygen. They are doing the night observation too this weekend to check his oxygen at night. ... (13 replies)
... lower brain damage I think its called oxygen deprivation. ... (6 replies)
... I have had a stress test on both running machine and bike both for 10 minutes with a heartbeat of 176.Following the stress test having to lie down to have reading taken was very difficult as I could not breathe in the horizontal position. ... (6 replies)
... Finally the overnight pulse ox found something. During the night my oxygen level would drop to 80 several times. ... (17 replies)
... I am a year into this IPF. after much reading, I find that if they discover this in its early stages the longer they can extend your life. Its the quality of life nobodys sure of. I'm on oxygen,spariva and an emergency inhaler.its my choice on the oxygen. AFD (22 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)
... id 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. It seems like everything I read about PH or heart includes edema. ? ... (53 replies)
... Hello Joyce, I do agree that it helps to know the why. I'm kinda having trouble dealing with the how many whys right now. I ran out of room on my medic alert tag over a year ago. It's getting kinda ridiculous. Senior veteran refers to how much I run my mouth. ;) You get a point for every time you post and get to move up the ranks. :D Keep working at it, you'll get... (53 replies)
... leaky heart valve and irregular heart beat. They have told her that her heart is bad. She is 75 years of age. She seems to be a lot better since she has been on oxygen and I think she will have to come home with it. Could someone please tell me if this is a condition that worsens rapidly? ... (5 replies)
... I'm just now 40 years old and been having these same problems of poor breathing and lots of yawning. The only time I feel good is when I wake up after sleeping. Have had much stress in my life with heart issues for myself and my son who has a pacemaker now. Pretty sure its my mind and lots of stress in my life that is causing these problems with not getting deep breathe and... (57 replies)
... about her house and not stuck in it all the time, the high humidity here just kills her both breathing and RA, I want to see her better but I am wondering after reading your posts if is the ITL that is hurting her more than what I have thought. God Bless and any advise is so welcome. ... (50 replies)
... there is no sign or reoccurence. I was not a candidate for surgery due to severe COPD. Upon reading the above posts, I will ask my doctors to try and ascertain the cause of the infections through sputum cultures. Hope your Mom feels better, Bill in S. ... (5 replies)
... r which he takes insulin, once a day I believe. My parents live about 4 hours away so its hard to know exactly all the details of the medications, etc. He is on oxygen therapy at night, and has just recently started some physical therapy, which as yet he said has not made a great difference. ... (8 replies)


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