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... I was diagnosed with a paralyzed right diaphragm last year. They think it was due to a virus. However, I remember having a severe pain in the right diaphragm area two days before I finally went to the ER with severe shortness of breath. I've been managing fine so far. ... (2 replies)
... I have just been diagnosed with Chronic right Diaphragm immobility. With a possiblity of nerve paralysis. I had a steroid shot that colapsed my imune system in Sept of 2010. By Dec. ... (10 replies)

... I was diagnosed in 2002 with bilateral paralyzed diaphragm. ... (1 replies)
Paralyzed diaphram
Oct 11, 2008
... and destroying my phrenic nerve on the right side of my neck. I started struggling to breathe before I realized that I was bleeding. ... (9 replies)
... I have been diagnosed with a paralyzed and elevated right diaphragm. ... (10 replies)
... I too have paralyzed right lung diaphram. Cause for it unknown. ... (10 replies)
... In Jan 2006, I developed severe pain in my right shoulder and down my right arm, numbness in the right bicep, and lost some movement of my right arm. ... (22 replies)
... Hi Heather, Sorry to her about your paralyzed diaphragm. Yes you are very young but this problem evidently knows no boundaries. I was operated on by Dr. Kaufman 16 months ago. For me It was a leap of faith. ... (10 replies)
... I'm so sorry to hear about what happened to you! You are right about short sightedness though. To many Dr's take it upon themselves to think that if they don't have the answer then there isn't one! ... (10 replies)
Paralyzed diaphram
Mar 15, 2010
... The fact that my diaphragm was logged in my chest cavity. Made the surgery difficult. ... (9 replies)
... The fact that my diaphragm was logged in my chest cavity. Made the surgery difficult. ... (10 replies)
... i lost the right side diaphram some time over 5 years ago. ... (10 replies)
... Jersey. He was supposed to have begun work with a Special Outreach program for kids this past September. But a medical mishap nearly killed him, and has left him paralyzed for life, on a ventilator and in very dire straits. ... (2 replies)
COPD test?
Sep 23, 2006
... ray, and a sniff test. Usually there is just one number that's off on the breath test. The lungs are not the problem, just the phrenic nerve that runs to the diaphragm which makes them move. It's just very unusual, and 10 doctors missed it before this one caught it. Pulmonologist are quick to stamp "COPD" on problems... ... (22 replies)
COPD test?
Sep 13, 2006
... ray, and a sniff test. Usually there is just one number that's off on the breath test. The lungs are not the problem, just the phrenic nerve that runs to the diaphragm which makes them move. It's just very unusual, and 10 doctors missed it before this one caught it. Pulmonologist are quick to stamp "COPD" on problems... ... (22 replies)
Paralyzed Diaphram
Jul 28, 2006
... ray and found my left lung was collapsed and my left diaphragm was elevated I was treated for what they thought was pneumonia. After a couple more nights in the hospital i was sent home. ... (22 replies)
... But that never seemed right to me because he's had this condition for a while now and he can walk and do stuff by himself so I really don't understand what their talking about. ... (1 replies)
... My Mom has been having trouble breathing, and after several test and hospital visits, it has been determined that the left side of her diaphragm is paralyzed. The pulmonologist she is seeing said it could have been caused by a viral infection. He also said it may, or may not, be permanent. ... (1 replies)
Paralyzed Diaphram
Aug 19, 2005
... ave it. I have hypothyroid, and was undertreated for so long, and now that I'm on a higher dose, my symptoms are for the most part gone...my shortness of breath, diaphragm feeling weak, etc. ... (22 replies)




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