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... short of breath when talking (0 replies)
... I would switch doctors and actually go to one that listens to you. Just a case in point, over the past two weeks I have been experiencing severe shortness of breath. I have a history with anxiety issues, but this shortness of breath did not feel like an anxiety shortness of breath. ... (9 replies)
... hey u might want to ask for another echocardiogram as these symptoms do match symptoms of heart related problems. Your chances of it being heart related are probably slim. ... (3 replies)

... I am really surprised that no one has checked your lungs. I don't know if a person can have an embolism in a lung for that length of time. I would think the clot would move on. I could be wrong. My shortness of breath was caused by subglottic stenosis. ... (4 replies)
... When I was younger I was diagnosed with asthma. To my recollection this diagnosis was based merely off of symptoms alone. ... (0 replies)
... I'm 27 year old female who has been experiencing constant shortness of breath for nearly a year now. It has gotten worse over time for the most part. ... (9 replies)
... years I have been getting chest tightness, wheezing, and shortness of breath around the same time every winter. With out any cold or sickness before hand. ... (3 replies)
... Hey I am a healthy 14 year old girl who's only Health problem is asthma which I have had since the age if three but I thought I had grown out of it about five years ago since I never got it appart from in really dusty places. ... (0 replies)
... ng, but I'm pushing on for now. I use prednisone, inhaler and NAC. You can get NAC at a health food store. I also takes meds for reflux, which may be the cause of my PF. ... (13 replies)
... My Dad is 82. He has always been very healthy and does a lot taking care of my Mom. But he was recently diagnosed with pulmonary fibrosis. ... (13 replies)
... Yes, I see why you are a senior veteran, but more than words and quick replies you have years of experience that is very helpful to someone like myself. ... (53 replies)
Feb 6, 2006
... and are still somewhat active of course with O2. ... (23 replies)
... then the body tissues and organs start to deteriorate due to lack of O2. ... (5 replies)
... ry fibrosis. I smoked for many years but quit 17 years ago. My doctors tell me that some people who never smoked have gotten this disease. At first I was just short of breath and didn't know what it was. I had never really been sick and so it took awhile before I even went to the doctor. ... (8 replies)
Latent TB
Dec 17, 2003
... likely to cause fairly severe symptoms. It's not a disease that causes a slow progression from okay to severe, but rather something your body either has control of or doesn't. If you have latent TB, your immune system is functioning well and keeping the TB bacteria in check. ... (15 replies)
Latent TB
Dec 16, 2003
... can be attributed to a whole lot of other things. The kids I grew up with that actually GOT TB didn't even look sick. The Feds. ... (15 replies)
... Hi everyone, I am am 18 and a couple of years ago now I found out that my dad had emphysema, although he has had it for about 6 years now, I just wasn't told. ... (1 replies)
... turns out to be negative for PH. I am now a little nervous about the heart cath since they have to tell you all about the negatives that could happen as a result of this procedure as they do with any surgery or procedure. ... (53 replies)
... This story starts well before Christmas when I was walking with another teacher in the halls of our local High School. ... (2 replies)
Need Advice...
May 4, 2011
... I get to the hospital and they put in a chest tube and send me home on pain meds. The same night I am in the shower and all of a sudden I cannot breath. Parents call an ambulance I get to the ER and the chest tube kinked. ... (0 replies)

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