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... It is a restrictive airway disease. ... (50 replies)
... It's unusual, but a family member had all the same symptoms as you. After seeing 10 doctors in 8 months and being pumped full of asthma and bronchitis medication, (and having several chest X-rays and a CT scan), the 11th doctor finally (and quickly) found that he had a paralyzed diaphragm. You just can't get a deep breath. The lungs are fine, the bellows that work them... (30 replies)
Rad
Jan 4, 2006
... I found out from my dr today that restrictive airway and asthma are not the same. Asthma is obstructive. And Yes I have both restrictive and obstructive. What now? ... (7 replies)

Rad
Dec 25, 2005
... from what i could find on the internet restrictive airway disease is when a person can't draw air into the lungs so its not the smae as asthma which is now being called reactive airway disease. ... (7 replies)
Rad
Nov 25, 2005
... Is restrictive airway disease the same thing as asthma just a different word for it. ... (7 replies)
... week later, the wheezing got worse and I had to go to the Immedia Care Center. The doctor said the infection had gone into my lungs and that not only did I have Restrictive Airway Disease, but I now had pneumonia. ... (2 replies)
... with the neurological diseases. They have never heard wheezing as far as asthma. I had a test done in 1999 by a pulmonologist that I found recently. It said mild restrictive airway disease. I have to look further into this. ... (8 replies)
... My 15 month old daughter has been in and out of the Doctors and Hospital since at least November of 2001. We were told she has restrictive airway disease, and that hopefully she will out grow it by the time she is 2. It acts like an asthma attack and she has a very hard time breathing. ... (3 replies)
... obstructive airway disease. ... (8 replies)
... If the nebulizer with albuterol helped, it is a reversible airway obstruction that you're being treated for now. ... (8 replies)




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