Would appreciate your thoughts please.
First all nice to virtually meet all of you on here. I hope overtime on this forum. To connect with some of you and help to support one another.
So it appears I have some form of mild asthmatic/respiratory issue.
I'd just like to explain what's happened lately and ask for some positive feedback.
So I'm 99% sure this all stems from my rather damp bedroom. Which I'm now not sleeping in anymore. In the summer sleeping up there, I was fine. I got rid of all the mould last autumn, when I moved in. But the walls when the weather turns, are still quite wet.
About 4-6 weeks ago so I guess when it's getting damp. 2 or 3 times I had a bit of blood in my phelgm. Each time in the morning, after getting up. And clearing my throat. At the time sleeping in my damp bedroom.
I then started sleeping downstairs. And things got better. There's no cough. Yes I cough a few times in the day. But I think everyone does. I mean nothing regular. No pain. Occasionally a mild twinge in my chest. On a scale of one to ten, it's a one or two.
I have spoken to 111 and explained all. They said no cause for concern. Also had a phone appointment and an an appointment in person with a doctor. She listened to my chest, front and back. In various places. Said it all sounds fine. Checked all my levels like oxygen, all good. I did a peak flow test. That was good. And she gave me an inhaler. That's made a big difference.
4-6 weeks on nothing is worse. Probably better. I had a spec of blood in my phelgm the other day. But it's very infrequent. Now I come to think of it I think over the years I've occasionally had a taste of blood/plasma in my phelgm. But nothing there.
I've researched all this a bit. And the above seems normal with asthma/respiratory issue.
And I've been sensible and sought medical advice.
Would just appreciate peoples similar experiences?
Thanks for reading.
Welcome to this forum. It is very friendly, members are often very knowledgeable and everyone is hugely supportive.
I can’t really help with your siecifuc query but I am sure others will be able to.
All the best