I wanted to update all that were so kind to me when I was at my lowest. Also anyone on this drug and what you might expect. My post was over a month ago and a lot has happened. I checked myself out of the hospital, I felt that my only chance was to seek targeted drs that at the hospital I was not getting. Saw pulmonary day after, the xolair had given me a variety of bacterial lung and mouth infections. Primary was staff auria which had turned into bi lateral phenomenon. Lots of antibiotics, plus th rt ush meds cause of the high steroids. Just finished those, still have a large blister on breast that will not heal, apparently healing is now a problem. My throat is very sore with little room from inflammation to swallow. Still no one has any answer as to recovery time. I have a new attitude. Next month I will be 60, 5 weeks ago I wouldn't have taken this bet, now I am going to embrace each day. I am telling myself as bad as I may feel, I almost died. The TT throat is a real problem but each day I am able to do a bit more, maybe just empty the dishwasher or take a ride and see things. I have to believe that a month from now will find even more side effects that have dropped off and are a horrible memory. I have learned so much about this drug that I welcome anyone that has questions. Even if you choose to take it there is a lot you should know. I would also love to still hear from anyone that is or was on xolair. I'm sure we could figure out quite a bit from each other. Thanks to all that were so kind, sorry it took me so long to update, the road was long. God bless
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