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Difficulty in respiration, over weight. Taking oflomed, prednisone. Suggest?

Hy this the the 4day have difficult in respiratory especially at night coz the liquid that go out from my gorge his color is white and palm whitei take these medicaments : oflomed 1 tablet morning and 1 night and prednisone 4 piece I m the morning my weight is 96 klg but did not feel any improvement and cannot arrive to sleep in the night Can you help me pls Email: xpeter1@ WWW.WWWW.WW Best regards
Asked On : Tue, 12 Feb 2013
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Jun 2013
Hi there ~

You respiratory difficulty will improve over time. I think the medications have been started only recently and will take some time to set in. You will have to reduce your weight as well. You must go on a diet as well as an exercise regime to be able to do that. I hope this helps.

Take care and visit with your pulmonologist to relieve your anxiety. Have a good day !
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