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... Anyway, yes I have exactly those symptoms too. I have very little or zero energy to get almost any sort of cardio or strength training exercise. The phlegm is almost like glue, and very had to clear from my lungs. I frequently have to use a hot steam facial sauna to help clear them. ... (6 replies)
Bronchiectasis ?
Apr 14, 2015
... negative for that! I still have a rattle sound right below my throat in my lungs. Shouldn't it have gone away by now? ... (11 replies)
... Go to a doc asap, blood in phlegm is a sign you might have something inside your lungs! ... (1 replies)

... I'd like any help or guidance you can provide to diagnose exactly what is going on with my lungs here. I saw my GP just a few days ago and was told everything is fine. Any help is greatly appreciated. ... (7 replies)
... breathing problem. It started off as just phlegm but recently its gotten a lot worse. ... (4 replies)
... I see. I don't fee like I am in denial. I came here and asked questions and people dr did no lung xray even though she said it may be bronchitis... ... (7 replies)
Newbie user
Aug 21, 2011
... Foxy, my mother has or is in the late stages of COPD, so while im no expert i have a fair idea of this illness. ... (6 replies)
... white. Mostly during the day and when I talk. It often calms down at night time with no excess in morning. I do not need to cough but I feel the need to bring up the mucus which can taste salty. ... (0 replies)
3 month cough
Jun 23, 2011
... It's definitely been getting better, back in early April I was kept awake with coughing fits, but have nothing of the sort now, but still a present cough that comes up occasionally throughout the day. ... (1 replies)
... Hi there, I'm new to this site. I have these strange symptoms and can't figure out what's going on. I am a 55 year old female, very active, and in good health. ... (1 replies)
Bit of a Mystery
Apr 29, 2011
... so I've had the small room for a long time. I have noticed that each year in winter I get progressively sicker. Finally, this year, right in the middle of these past six weeks, I mentioned that I thought the walls had damp. ... (12 replies)
Bit of a Mystery
Apr 28, 2011
... Mass has gone. Lungs are clear as a bell. ... (12 replies)
... hi, I am suffering a lung condition that remains undiagnosed 8 yrs. I recently read an article about aspriation of food and foriegn particles into lung - DO NOT GIVE UP, Lungs dont heal well, scar tissue stays forever - get to a doctor that will listen to you and get this taken care of before more damage is done to your lungs; here is a link to the article I read - do some... (1 replies)
... About 3 months ago I started feeling some pain in my heart and I made an echocardiogram and an electrocardiogram with stress test. I was diagnosed with a mitral valve prolapse. ... (1 replies)
... time every winter. With out any cold or sickness before hand. It typically stays for at least a month or two, and up to 3 months or till it starts warming. No phlegm at first, but after a month or so it seems to cause me excess phlegm as 'rattling' starts in my wheezing after a few weeks. ... (3 replies)
Jun 3, 2010
... from time to time. I just recently finished a course of antibiotics. I try to stay away from them as well. I also have the vest which has done wonders to get the phlegm out of lungs better than hand percussion. I am on three meds . I take Flovent twice a day. albuterol up to four times a day. ... (4 replies)
May 31, 2010
... What you need to do is do anything to be getting the phlegm out so it doesn't stay in your lungs and cause infection. ... (4 replies)
Collsaped lung
Apr 11, 2010
... ome for a respiratory infection. For example, recently my son was having difficulty breathing,had a fever and was coughing up lots of phlegm. There were crackles in both lungs. I took him to the hospital and he had pneumonia, he was not admitted but, was sent home with meds and recovered without any problems. ... (7 replies)
... Maybe we can do it. He also did a study for O2 level during different activity. He had to wear one meter for 24 hours and one for 48 hours. His o2 level stayed in around 90 while he was sleeping which is great I think. Dr. Lancaster was the Dr. who was over this trial. She and the girls that work with her are great. ... (22 replies)
... Did you and your husband attend the IPF walk in Franklin last October? ... (22 replies)

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