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... smoker have a history of asthma also. A couple of months ago after a trip to the emergency room I was diagnosed with pluerisy. ... (8 replies)
... ave fought for a couple of months now with lung problems beyond my normal asthma. About a month or so ago I was diagnosed with pluerisy, then just last week with pulmonary embolism. ... (0 replies)
... My doctor is following through pretty well. He sent me to a Hemotologist and a Cardiologist and I will be seeing a Pulmonary specialist in January. The Hemotologist couldn't find any reason for the PE. The Cardiologist says there is nothing wrong with my heart. ... (14 replies)

... My doctor is following through pretty well. He sent me to a Hemotologist and a Cardiologist and I will be seeing a Pulmonary specialist in January. The Hemotologist couldn't find any reason for the PE. The Cardiologist says there is nothing wrong with my heart. ... (14 replies)
... My doctor is following through pretty well. He sent me to a Hemotologist and a Cardiologist and I will be seeing a Pulmonary specialist in January. The Hemotologist couldn't find any reason for the PE. The Cardiologist says there is nothing wrong with my heart. ... (14 replies)
... I just found this topic and my husband who had been complaining of shortness of breath which was nothing new since he does have asthma and also had his upper right lobe removed in 2005 do to Lung Cancer but this was different.We found out he had many snall embolisiums in both lungs. ... (4 replies)
... I am glad to hear you have returned to work and that you're seeing a pulmonary specialist. When were you first diagnosed with a PE? ... (14 replies)
... On Monday I will see a Pulmonary Specialist, maybe he can provide some answers. Like you I feel low on oxygen, but tests show otherwise. I don't have any experience with Albuterol, sorry. ... (14 replies)
... and am getting a pulmonary function test next week. What I don't understand is why nobody can tell me when I will be able to breathe better. ... (14 replies)
... Yeah, I figure that's what they'll be looking for during a stress test. I know that during the echocardiogram was done to look for heart damage due to pulmonary hypertension, but no damage was found. And yes, that's a good thing, but on the other hand, it doesn't explain what is wrong with me. ... (14 replies)
... s for responding.When I had my stress test they were looking for, among other things, an over burden on the right side of my heart. This would be an indicator of Pulmonary Hypertension. They didn't find it. Which is a good thing except I still don't know why I'm out of breath. I wish you well with yours. ... (14 replies)
... I really do think that I have pulmonary hypertension, or something like it. ... (14 replies)
... Hi Suz, I am glad that you subscribed to the thread. It is nice to hear that someone feels like I do. Not that I would wish this on my worst enemy, but its nice to know you are not alone. I do not know that much about asthma. I know that you do not have to have just "attacks" to actually be diagnosed with it. And there are lots of symptoms they some people do/don't... (14 replies)
... Hi, J I'm sorry to hear about your lack of progress since your PE. Funny you should have replied to this post yesterday; at the time you wrote it I was seeking a second opinion! Unfortunately, I have nothing new to report; the second doctor also diagnosed my condition as "asthma." My lung function tests are also within the normal range. Exhaling improves with... (14 replies)
... I'm wondering if anyone has heard of Asthma developing as a result of pulmonary emboli? ... (14 replies)
... I hope that in time your breathing will get better. I had my first PE in 2001 and recovered within a few weeks. I was never short of breath after the initial attack. This latest PE was Nov. 22nd 2006 and was far more serious than the first. I have had breathing problems ever since. Early on I needed to use a wheel chair for longer distances. The last few weeks I've been mostly... (14 replies)
... Well, the stress test that I took was not exactly resting. I couldn't take the treadmill stress test so they gave me an injection to simulate exercise. That part of the stress test was only about five minutes long but it was a very difficult five minutes. I was gasping for breath for most of it. The test came out with no abnormalities, which surprised me because it was... (14 replies)
... I know it has been a while since this thread was started but I hope that you are still on the board. I also had multiple bilateral PE's. And I now have horrible shortness of breath. Some days I can not even walk to the bathroom. I am confined to the couch for the most part. I am on oxygen at night and as needed during the day. My lung function test were "normal" for the... (14 replies)
Blood Clot on Lung
May 13, 2006
... If a clot is large, or if there are many clots, pulmonary embolism can cause death. ... (1 replies)
Clot in lung
Aug 4, 2005
... lmonay embolis and they were unable to complete the diagnostic test needed to confirm the embolis IMO the blood thinner and continuation of it is warranted. As a pulmonary embolis is very dangerous and serious, better safe then sorry! ... (3 replies)


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