Does anybody know what the heck this is or can help me I am so worried it will turn into cancer someday or maybe already has... I Have a extremely poor diet and pretty much always have to force myself to eat "its not fun". I never eat breakfast or lunch , I have always pretty much been that way. I am very active riding around my bike for miles everyday because I enjoy to exercise. Every morning I wake up I feel like I am a lil sick but it goes away threw out the day, I pretty much always have stomach discomfort. I am always moody, I have extreme amounts of energy, I have smoked weed and cigarettes off and on threw out my life, I figured it might be that but I had a chest xray and it was fine..I have been to the hospital a couple of times and they say i have gerd but it just seems like more than that to me, I don't know and it drives me nuts "is it the smoking, is it the not eating rite, is it gerd...... I rarely have coughed up blood but it has happened a couple of times with very small amounts, which was probably a broken blood vessel from hacking soo much. its been like 10 years of this what the heck is it, I hope somebody out there has had the same problem. And yeah I am broke as a joke so I cannot afford a docterView Thread
this sounds accurate I have actually been diagnosed with GERD before but I don't always believe what I am told. but the thing that confuses me is my hacking, I started smoking E-ciggs , so I haven't smoked ciggs for about 2 moths and never will again ew. however I still smoke a couple of blunts of weed a day and drink and I do eat like all my food at night, I have always been like that.... I hate it...So I figured after I quit ciggs my chronic cough would go away after a few weeks. here I am today same crap haking my lungs out in the morning feeling like im sick,with little glob's of black crap coming up with a really cellular looking mucus. this starts to go away around noon i start to feel nornal and the cough goes away. till the next dayView Thread
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