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... Well, this may be hard to believe but some of the things they put in cigarettes actually open up the bronchial tubes which makes the smoke get down deeper which is why they create so much damage to our lungs. ... (2 replies)
... es. Sure sounds as if Kathy needs a referral to another Pulmonary specialist. Most of us who have MAC also have Bronchiectasis. That could be responsible for the phlegm plugs. One of the other gals on the forum has what she calls "mucous plugs" and I believe her doctor told her it was caused from the Bronchiectasis. ... (237 replies)
... and was hospitalised for 2 weeks on a respirator in Intensive Care. After my recovery I began to find it difficult to breath, and after tests were done it was found that I had developed a tracheal stenosis. ... (2 replies)

May 31, 2010
... What you need to do is do anything to be getting the phlegm out so it doesn't stay in your lungs and cause infection. ... (4 replies)
... my throat, and lungs felt a little irratated. ... (0 replies)
... time every winter. With out any cold or sickness before hand. It typically stays for at least a month or two, and up to 3 months or till it starts warming. No phlegm at first, but after a month or so it seems to cause me excess phlegm as 'rattling' starts in my wheezing after a few weeks. ... (3 replies)
... ing a mysterious breathing problem. It started after running on the treadmill one day and at that time it was just labored breathing and felt like a small tickle in my lungs, but not like phlegm or anything like that. ... (0 replies)
... to Sept. 2004 for that. The doctor took me off the medicine but I think I still have the MAC. I was coughing mostly at night because I would have a tickle in the bronchial area and it was hard to get anything up. When I did, it would be a yellowish green color. It also was of a granular substance. ... (10 replies)
... I am glad that you responded to the Spots On Lungs thread or I would not have known what was wrong. ... (237 replies)
... coughing up blood a lot more than I like. Scares me too death. I agree that Kathy needs a CT scan. That is about the only way they can tell what is going on in the lungs short of having a bronchoscopy. I haven't heard if she has had a bronchoscopy. We are supposed to have the flu shot and also the pneumonia shot. ... (237 replies)
... however, my lung doctor still has it on the report that I am taking to Duke as one of the things that is wrong with me. My last bronch was in April 2005 I think. I am ready for another one. ... (237 replies)
... Do you cough all day long or just in the morning? ... (25 replies)
... I'm hoping someone might be able to answer a few questions I have about tests that are done in hospital labs. ... (3 replies)
... where it got it's name. The endemic are is around 100 to 200 miles North of the border! Construction in and around L.A. ... (2 replies)
... where it got it's name. The endemic are is around 100 to 200 miles North of the border! Construction in and around L.A. ... (2 replies)
... they are in their late forties. Both also have asthma and bronchitis. ... (5 replies)
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... Here is a summary of what I've had done in the last few weeks... ... (4 replies)
... has been suffering of this problem since March last year. The phlegm is white, sometimes a bit thick, in the mornings especially. ... (0 replies)
... ced I had asthma I went to the dr and he sent me for breathing tests, which showed that I did NOT have asthma after all and they determined that my problems were in fact related to PND. It was nasty but I recovered in about 2 months by just taking decongestants. ... (7 replies)

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