month craving -free break for pregnancy in 2004-2005), I am a 40 year old who is 4 days into a complete ... with the family coming in Autumn, and my stress levels are sky high. I dont want COPD or more terrible breathing ...
I am a patient with copd, and am reading with great interest about RA and it seems like it has some similarities with Copd. especially the things that bother both of us like smells, etc. and it seems RA also has ...
sir, my wife suffering for CIDP from last three months . Now she is unable walk. 30 days back she admitted in hospital taken IVIG .There is no development for 3 week . doctor advised to take re admitt . They have given steorid in injection . she...
No mild COPD is not fatal, but if you don't take care and keeps on smoking it will lead to some more breathing issues.
Thanks. Hope it helps.
I have recently been diagnosed with mild copd, ive given up smoking completely, will this arrest my copd.
Not exactly ,
It depends on how much damage is already there.
However , it is said , if there is not much damage , 2o years smoke free , will give lungs which are almost like a normal person. But again , this statement has many *conditions apply!!
Show me ur xray , and tell symptoms, i ll give you an idea.
I have COPD. Is this infectious ? Do u think it can lead to tuberclosis?
Welcome to HCM,
COPD is chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, which is due to narrowing of the respiratory bronchioles due to many reasons like dusts, allergens and infections.
Tuberculosis is a disease which is caused by gram positive acid fast bacilli called mycobacterium tuberculosis.
Which is transmitted by the TB patient by droplet infection.
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