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... Still feel no different after a week on biaxin, have trouble breathing and sleeping at night, so I go back to the clinic. ... (4 replies)
... years and I used that as a coping method. Makes sense. Since I quit smoking and had pneumonia at the same time I assumed it was from after effects of the illness. ... (17 replies)

... diagnosed yesterday with pneumonia. He was put on Levaquinn and had to go back to the doctor for another CBC this morning because his white count was so high. After one dose of Levaquinn, even though the white count is still up he is breathing better and his oxygen level is at 96. ... (4 replies)
... There are respiratory therapy techniques that can help reduce the effects of lung injury or severe lung illness. No personal knowledge there, I just know the treatment exists. ... (4 replies)
... family practice doctor refilled the prescription and continued to prescribe it for the next 3 years. September '08, I developed what they thought was aspiration pneumonia caused from swallowing problems due to my neuromuscular condition. ... (0 replies)
... My thoughts to to the long term effects of this condition and the possible consequences of continual return of the infection, which never really seems to go away. ... (9 replies)
... Vertigo was the one variable common to all situations. I didn't realize it's importance. But it is common after pneumonia, and it is one of the chief causes of panic attacks. ... (3 replies)
... I was diagnosed with bacterial pneumonia last Thursday in the ER. I don't know what kind of bacteria, but I suspect mycoplasma. However, pneumonia is not what led me to the ER. ... (3 replies)
... I am a 30 year old female and have been diagnoised with Asthma for 15 years. I have had broncitius once a year or twice, since I was 18 or so and a few months after my daughter passed away when I was 28, I got pneumonia for the first time and have gotten it twice since. ... (1 replies)
... husband awake. After 10 minutes of lying on the new mattress, my eyes were burning and my head was spinning. ... (2 replies)
... Thanks to all of you for your replies. Until I found this site I felt like I was the only one with this disease. When I tell everyone what I have they all respond with "what" never heard of it. My dr is in Nashville pulmonary group at St Thomas Hospital, I don't know if I am allowed to say this. I too am taking 800 of ethambutol, 600 rifampin, and 1000 clarithromycin... (169 replies)
... side effects are not as bad as some of you have. ... (169 replies)
... He told me that I would have to stay on this medication until my lungs were clear and then for another year after that. He also said that he could not guarantee that the infection would not come back. ... (237 replies)
... search, thinking that if I don't die from this constant, never ending pain, then I'm probably going to die from all the medication that they have me doped up on. After some searching I noticed that I had alot of the same symptoms of GERD. ... (30 replies)
... rowing in and unfortunately we are part of those few. I am so dreading these antibiotics because I have a tendancy to be allergic to a lot of meds and have side effects from a lot of the drugs. ... (104 replies)
... My Father came down with this last year at age 71. About sixteen months after a quadbipass to which he was recovering fairly. ... (5 replies)
... Hi, have been treated for asthma for last three years. Ended up with chronic pneumonia last fall and after numerous x-rays the diagnosis came back "it's not asthma, it's Pulmonary Fibrosis". Yippee! Specialist has me on prednisone - gone back and forth from 60MG to 40MG daily and what's working now is 50MG daily. So far my worst side affects are shakiness, insomnia, and manic... (12 replies)
... My husband had by-pass surgery on Nov. 11,he was told he should be released in 5 to 7 days,finally came home on Nov. 28th.In that time he had fluid on the lungs, slight pneumonia, heart went out of rhythm, then his incision on his arm got infected. He was having problems with a cough and shortness of breath. We told the visiting nurse and she called the Dr. who then said to... (3 replies)
Lung disease
Mar 31, 2003
... My husband had by-pass surgery on Nov. 11,he was told he should be released in 5 to 7 days,finally came home on Nov. 28th.In that time he had fluid on the lungs, slight pneumonia, heart went out of rhythm, then his incision on his arm got infected. He was having problems with a cough and shortness of breath. We told the visiting nurse and she called the Dr. who then said to... (2 replies)


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