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Does marijuana help idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis

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am really feeling hopeless. Please help me. If really there is no treatment for the same Please tell ...

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Any new medicine for Idiopathic Pulmonary Fibrosis or that is being developed? ...

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Is it okay to injest marijuana via a vaporizer if you have idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis? ...

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My husband has ipf , and is a daily drinker (sometimes 3-4 drinks or more daily) It seems to me that his lack of breath is much worse after he consumes that much alcohol. However, he can also get up in the a.m. and be just as "winded" after taking...

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I have IPF and I am wondering how long I have to live. I was diagnosed 2 years ago. I am on oxygen while I sleep. My condition is slowly progressing. Can that change. Will I ever not need oxygen during sleep?

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My pulmonary Dr. says he is 80% sure that I have ideopathic pulmonary fibrosis. I want to know what I should be prepared for . I am 83 years old, in good general health, but my oxygen level is from 90 ...

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supplement of vit d will help eradicate and restructure of lung tissues leading to no scars at all. Thank u ...

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Dear Doctor, my mother is suffering from IDIOPATHIC PULMONARY FIBROSIS it was diagnosed a few ... further growth can be manged somehow. Please HELP ...

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Hi, I am from Bangalore, India. I am writing for my father, who has been diagonised of Idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis. He has been given steriods of 20 mg tab twice a day. Please advise if the medication ...

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Mucinac has been prescribed three times daily for a female patient of age 74 after a diagnosis of idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis; contraindications for the drug indicate in very rare cases fatal cardiac ...

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Hi doctor can I ask regarding my medical xray result is lung scar I ask for what is A medical treatment for my problem becoz I apply abroad but hospital said for Saudi Arabia my case is band for KSA Saudi Arabia. Please advice me for A medical...

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My Dr has suggested that I consider taking Esbriet to slow the progression of IPF. However, the percentages of those taking the drug showing delay in the progression compared to those not taking the drug is not that great as shown in the research...

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I have Idiopathic Pulmonary Fibrosis and have suffered a major stroke. A recent unrelated hospitalization revealed a number of non-occlusive blood clots in my legs. I just started Eliquis and take ...

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I have IPF and am two years into it. I am currently on OFEV which appears to have helped a little ... and N - ACETYL CYSTEINE and if some claims of fibrosis reduction is possible? I am 75 years old ...

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Hi, My father (63 years old) has been diagnosed of Idiopathic Pulmonary Fibrosis (IPF). He ... to dissolve the scar tissues). Would that be of any help for IPF and is it safe to take that along ...

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Hi I would recommend to consult a doctor and start steroid therapy. Also acutely nasal high flow oxygen may help

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Yes it is more favourable towards risk. Consult ur cardiologist do a periodic cardiac assessment

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Welcoem to HCM! it is less possible that reflux laryngitis causing breathing difficulty. getting cardiac checkup looks necessary plus pulmonary function test. An ECG, ECHO and blood pressure along with blood tests will clear the picture. it is important to avoid any kind of exercise which increases respiratory distress till you have negative cardiac results. Get well soon!