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I have had 30 plus years of sinus infections which triggers my asthma. Quite a few times I had to take courses of Prednisone so I could breathe and continue to work to support our family. I also have back issues and about 3 years ago, a Doctor told me several Cortisone injections would help my back pain. It never helped at all and I believe this infact put me over the top as far as getting thinner skin and bruising at the slightest bump into something. I did find 'bruise guards' online and ordered a pair. The trick is to just have them on most of the time and I generally only wear them when I am doing yard work or doing a heavier cleaning. I did find "Even Better concealer" by Clinique which helps but not the real dark bruises. I have a closet full of short sleeved shirts for the warm weather but barely wear them anymore. I drink a lot of water, take the Omega 3's but nothing helps much. One of my Dr's told me the sun also has damaged my skin. I sure wish and hope a cure would come. So glad to communicate with others who are in the same boat as me.View Thread
After being outside doing yardwork I will, from time to time, become short breathed and wheezy. It seems that...
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After being outside doing yardwork I will, from time to time, become short breathed and wheezy. It seems that both Benadryl or the inhaler seems to help the shortness of breath. So I am unsure of the root cause.View Thread
Recently (Nov. 10 2014) I had part of my right lung removed along with 3 lymph nodes and 3 large calcium...
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Recently (Nov. 10 2014) I had part of my right lung removed along with 3 lymph nodes and 3 large calcium stones. I had coughed for 7 1/2 months before I was diagnosed with Broncholithiasis. I coughed until I broke ribs twice in one week. First the right, the left. I coughed until I passed out. I also coughed up 10 small calcium stones in 7 1/2 months.
Since then I've had 2 CT Scans. Both show an enlarged Lymph Node and a spot on my lung they say is post surgical. In March I started coughing again and was told it would go away.
Last week I had an awful coughing episode, which caused me to cough up a piece of what I think is a piece of lung tissue and blood. I called the hospital and went for a chest X-ray. They said they didn't see any bleeding and it would be ok. I haven't coughed any more blood up.
I'm still coughing and every time I lean or bend over It feels like I have a lump in my throat blocking my airway. Should I be worried?
I have NEVER smoked a day in my life. I'm 43 years old.
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