Well, things look different when you see them in black and white don't they? I like the way the consultant says "I believe the diagnosis is Chronic Pulmonary Aspergillosis". Apparently I also have a co-infection with atypical mycobacterium and of course my old friend Haemophillus Influenzae. The word Chronic is a word that makes you think isn't it? Doesn't worry me as at the moment I feel fine apart from the coughing and phlegm. Just can't wait to hear what the travel insurance will be now when you hit them with the word "chronic". Weird sense of humour I have got saying I can't wait to hear what they say when I know it will actually cost £'s.
Consultant has also asked that the Doc changes my corticosteroid inhaler to ciclesonide as it has less interaction with Itraconazole. Anyone else on this. Is the dose just once a day? If your asthma gets worse can you double the dose of this?
Sorry, too many questions for this time in the morning.
Love and hugs