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Chronic cough, shortness of breath for past 3 years

My mother aged 65 years, suffers chronic cough , shortness of breadth for past 3 years. It is diagnosed as being due to a peculiar condition of lung tissue. This is not asthma . But mainline treatment has not yielded any improvement or cure. In addition she also suffers from diabities, obesity and chronic fatigue. Is there any ayurvedic treatment available for her in Pune, India.
Asked On : Sat, 8 Jan 2011
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from what u have written it looks like ur mother is havingchronic obstructive pulmonary disease with diabetes. i am not aware of any ayurvedic treatment
best person to consult are cardiologist and pulmonologisat
take their advice and give her treatment
she will get some relief
hope she recoveres all the best
thanks for contacting health care magic from dr manjula
Answered: Sat, 22 Oct 2011
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