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Jan 2, 2007
... As far as working out, check with your doctor first before beginning your workout program. ... (1 replies)
... Rather than improving, my condition steadily deteriorated. I was injesting a solid diet of cough drops, and had begged my husband to run out and buy a humidifier, feeling desperate for relief. Prior to becoming ill, I was a very healthy 33 year old female, just approaching my 7th month of pregnancy. ... (1 replies)
... goes after good people who didn't contribute to their lung health. It gets people who are healthy and nonsmokers. I feel so much for your son. Please stay honest with him. Tell him everything that is going on, because God forbid anything were to happen to you, he would just find out anyway. ... (9 replies)

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... I haven't been able to find an answer on this. With my pneumonia I had in Feb I didn't even have a runny nose. No congestion, no cough, not even a tiny little cold. ... (4 replies)
... July and right after that I JUST HAPPENed to have an ACTH cortisol stimulation test after trying for years to figure out some causes of some health problems. ... (3 replies)
... I really enjoyed reading your post and hearing all about your experiences with this lung disease. It helps so much and gives me hope for the future. ... (10 replies)
... I had my lungs collapse in Jan 2006 a week apart, they did the lung staple and fusion of the lungs, then ended having pneumonia and stayed almost a month in the hospital.when I came home I could not even walk 10 feet with out a break.I was also pregnant at the time but it did not last.. ... (7 replies)
... Not many tests left to do. Cardiologists suggest a cardio MRI to rule out any other abnormalities. Considering going back to pulmonologist for a review of the case. ... (6 replies)
... My husband was diagnosed three years ago with IPF. He worked as an Auto Tech for Darrell Waltrip Volvo when he began to get a cough that just wouldn't go away. ... (22 replies)
... just could not walk up the same set of steps I'd climbed for 12 years. It was just so sudden. When I walked up steps or slight inclines, I would be completely out of breath and my heart would pound. It was really painful. The rest of the time I was fine. ... (22 replies)
... I am a 60 year old ex smoker, fit and active.I was perfectly healthy until I conracted pneumonia one year ago. ... (6 replies)
... months out of the year, and has progressed to a chronic cough and wheezing. ... (10 replies)
... My brother and I did go with my mom to her pulmonary check up. ... (237 replies)
... As for Kathy's coughing, she needs to cough to get that mucus out of her lungs. ... (237 replies)
... recovery process at all. On top of her weakened condition she developed a cough in the hospital and it is still with her today. She is just too weak to take care of herself right now. My younger brother stays the nights and I am there during the day and early afternoon. ... (237 replies)
... ould have residual scar tissue in his lungs from the pneaumonia that he had suffered. Seeing how your Grandfather has a bit of trouble breathing and has an issue with his lungs, did the doctor put your Grandfather on any type of medications? ... (3 replies)
... At first I thought this was nerve damage but it has not ceased. I came down with walking pneumonia about 2 months ago and had it for about that time before I got it checked out and medication, thinking it was just the aches and pains of recovery.. ... (3 replies)
... 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 'highs' along with puffy eyes and face. ... (12 replies)
... asprin. When her medicine starts working, the mucous in her lungs will start loosing up and she will want to cough it up and spit it out. You can facilitate this with a vaporizer to add humidity to the room or just have her breath steam vapors from a container of hot water. ... (4 replies)

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