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... Well, finally, after three months, he sent me in for a pulmonary function test. ... (4 replies)
... ler even after one dose. I am trying to get my asthma under control but i am afraid of the sudden attacks which the albuterol doesnt do much. If anyone wants the pulmonary report, i can email you. ... (5 replies)
... Here it is (sorry dont know how to attach word doc) Pulmonologist (DO) stated is asthma. I didnt ask how he came out with that assessment, so I am posting it here for any suggestions? I was already taking: xanax, Advair 250/50 (2 puffs/day), Singulair 10mg and ProAir when necessary. He switched me to Symbicort (4 puffs a day) and i am not liking but i will give it couple of... (5 replies)

... ray and a CT of the chest and a test similar to the PF test but after each time you blew in this machine they gave you albuterol. ... (1 replies)
... I had a pulmonary function test done. I was scheduled to have a methylcholine challenge as well. ... (1 replies)
... thanks! He actually just called when I was going to call him lol! weird.:D I have a mild form of asthma and have been prescribed albuterol......is it weird I don't really have an appointment, I don't know anything about this stuff:confused:like how to use it or how much is too much. he said give it a week and I may need a second inhaler. he said the change I had after... (21 replies)
... I don't know what kind of wait is normal for a test reading, I've only had pulmonary function testing done in the office of my asthma doctor, who reads them himself right there, but there's no real reason why there'd be a wait. ... (21 replies)
... all looked good. I got in to see a Pulmo in April and had a complete pulmonary function test. Results were fairly good. ... (23 replies)
... Whether you go with the Symbicort or Advair, you need to choose based on your Pulmonologist's advice, you need to stick with one for a bit before trying the other. I've done various dosages of Advair and found it useful. When I have extremely bad asthma that needs to be brought under control, a couple weeks on a tapering dosage of oral steroids, like Prednisone, helps... (5 replies)
... I been on Advair for just 1.5 wk but it was already working. Then just yesterday i switched to symbicort (less side effects) but my attacks are back again. Plus albuterol doesnt work much when needed. I asked my doc and he said to switch back to Advair but the 500/50 dose. So should i stick with advair even though i want to give symbicort a try? right now, i think if something... (5 replies)
... Getting your asthma under control when first diagnosed and you haven't been on any meds can take several weeks. Advair nor Symbicort work immediately. Are you having actual attacks or are you simply having trouble getting it totally controlled? I'm not sure I understand exactly what's going on. Also, you could switch to a nebulizer for a while as that sometimes helps more... (5 replies)
... Well i skipped work today, i didnt feel like driving 40miles. Even though a lot people swear by Symbicort 160/4.5, I feel like is not stronger than Advair 250/50. Though i have only used one day. 2 puffs twice a day is what i was told, kind of extreme. Symbicort=160mcg/4.5mcg Advair= 250mcg/50 mcg I also hear Advair is more expensive which doesnt necessarily mean is... (5 replies)
... Cystic Fibrosis is a restrictive Lung disease which I believe would show up as restrictive lung function on a pulmonary function test. ... (8 replies)
... It usually takes about an hour..not a bad test. I remember at the end of my pulmonary function test, I got up, and turned to tell the nurse I felt like I was breathing so well. She told me to tell the doctor that.. ... (14 replies)
... So, an update from last time. I went for my pulmonary function test this morning. All was going well, then I came to a part of the test that I couldn't complete. They gave me two puffs of albuterol and then asked me to inhale as deeply as I could. ... (10 replies)
... The lady who performed the pulmonary function tests was the one who told me about my asthma as she concluded her tests. I was relieved to learn I was not in a heart failure. ... (5 replies)
... s plased on Ativan and Celexa by my GP. The Cardiologist made entries in my permanent records that I was pretty much a crazy. Around March I began asking about pulmonary problems and was told it was not that. In June I made a pulmonary appointment on my own. Both doctors sent records prior to my visit. ... (3 replies)
... omplained about shortness of breath. I complained to my cardio on a routine follow up exam. I go every 6 months. He did not feel it was cardiac. He sent me for a pulmonary function test. He called me with the results telling me he felt there was aproblem but it was out of his area of expertise. ... (11 replies)
... Cardio did pulmonary function test and said he did not know where to send me but it wasn't right. not his area of expertise. ... (7 replies)
... colder air. I felt I had lower energy levels. I went to the doctor who did an ekg, slightly abnormal. I saw a cardioologist who did an ultrasound, vqscan stress test and mibi scan. all of this they found I had a slightly elevated pulmonary tension. I was sent back to my family doctor put me on ventalin before exercise. ... (2 replies)


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