on my last p.f.t I got a 49 on fvc and a 52 on fev1....my question is what do these numbers mean exactly are they bad, moderate or severe or what....do I need to worry get another doctor....View Thread
Hello....I have had asthma since 2009 because of asbestos fibers in my lungs and my doctor has told me that now I have asthma and also a mild case C.O.P.D. I am curious if this is possible and if anyone else has the same ailment.....and how your doctor has treated it... I am not doubting my doctor I just like to research it and come up with some new ideas that I can give to my doctor.....ThanksView Thread
Well i am taking several kinds of medicines,like dulera ,singular , and inhalers ,my plan at the first of the year is to see a specialist in this field,as far as the problem it seems like i get some type of a lung infection EVERY month like pneomia (I HOPE I SPELLED THAT RIGHT) in which i am trying to getting over now,i cant wait till january i am tired of all of this.View Thread
I found out in 2009 that I had asthma,my question is that does asthma get worse as time goes on,or there several states,or what,it seems like that I get some kind of a lung problem every month.View Thread
My question is can asbestosis (I hope I spelled that right) cause asthma conditions,I found out last year that I have asbestosis,and in 2009 that I have asthma,or there even treatments for this,because I am tired of coughing and the whole thing,I feel like some days I can"t even get out of the house because I can"t get enough air to breath.View Thread
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