diagonosed of bronchitis till month of january i was detected as bronchitis in lungs in x ray i went dr nagpal in jaipur he made a xray on 4th april 2013 and found sinusitis and copd in lungs.i was smoker ...
Hello, I am a 41 year old woman and was diagnosed with COPD with emphasyma when I was 39. My doctor told me that I do not have chronic bronchitis though. I thought that I had it because I got tired ...
hi i have been on predisone and amoxicillin for 4 days for bronchitis i also have mild copd not feeling much better can hardly talkwithout getting breathless inhaler not helping when firrst went to hosp ...
I have had several different diagnosis: have had kidney problems, have exasperated bronchitis and asthma, have had a cancer tummor on bladder, have been diagnosis of COPD by one doctor and another doctor ...
My 31 yr old son w/ COPD is in ICU , intubated w/ pneumonia ,type A flu and bronchitis and they did a bronchoscopy and found staph infection how serious is this they just started a new antibiotic in addition ...
thickening on d left w/c s not supported on todays examination. The lungs r hyperinflated consistent wd COPD ... Interstitial fibroses/parenchymal / Acute lung desease. Now I am confuse who is right? Do I need a CT scan ...
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.
hello doctor,i had a findings from my chest
Bilateral apicopleural thickening
Thank you doctor,good day
You are having signs of COPD/bronchitis. Get lung function tests done so that you will have a better picture.
Hi, I have never done anything in my life. I've always been the one to tell people to stop smoking but i tried ecigs and inhaled a few and my chest hurts.
E-cigs are equally harmful if not more comparison with the original cigarettes.
They pose all health risks of a cigarettes like bronchitis, COPD and cancer.
So stop it and consult your doctor and request a Chest x ray to rule out bronchitis.
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