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Tracey1972
Tracey1972

Hi still here in hospital could b the weekend home fingers crossed feeling better not perfect but better than I was very tired and not got a lot of energy on regular nebuliser still and last day of hydrocortisone back on to oral steroids tomorrow and c how I cope on them for a few days as a big drop back down from the IV hydrocortisone been on 150mg and going down to 40mg hope everyone well

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Pleased things are improving for you.

Good to hear your making progress, hope you carry on improving.

So pleased you are feeling better. Take care xxx

Hope you get home soon. Take care of yourself. xxxx

Hope it works out well for you!

Keeping you in my prayers.I hope everything goes as well as possible,and you manage to get home soon. Thinking of you.Hugs.

Wishing you well Tracey1972,hope you get home soon,you are in my thoughts &prayers..Good luck &God bless...x

It's good to hear you're feeling better. Fingers crossed you can go home soon x

Tracey1972
Tracey1972
in reply to Mywalti

Thanks should b today waiting on loss results they just took to make sure I’m on the right dose I have started Uniphiline 300 mg so got to get it right strength still wheezing and puffy but have to take it easy when out x

I'm sure you know to take it easy. It's windy today and I won't be going out. Take care x

hi my names Dee ,sorry u been having a hard time of it sending u warm wishes

Hi thank u pleased to meet u

do u have subcutaneous infusion as this stops u going into hospital alot its not a magical solution but helps ur breathing alot of the time , I also take lots of nebs also some Dr s don't like using the subcutaneous infusion. The bromton hospital is great are u still in hospital. I feel for u I been in , ITU many many times not nice. Hope ur day is going the best it can hugs xxx

Hello Tracey 1972 sincerely hope that you are now feeling much better,you must at all costs try to relax,& take things easy, & above all try to think positive as sometimes we are not quite as bad as we think we are &as time goes on &the weather gets much better,you will be able to get out & about a little & that will make a big difference to you too & make you feel much better,this dreadful cold weather has quite an effect on most of us asthma sufferers,but try not to worry too much Tracey & be as stress free as you possibly can,(as stress can be a major trigger with us asthma sufferers ) & I am sure things will start to get better for you as time goes on!!!Take care,Tracey 1972,& I wish you good luck & improving health for the future, you will be in my thoughts & prayers,& may God bless you always...x

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