Hi, my son is seven he has had 20+admissions to hospital for his chest, I have just applied for and received his hospital records. He has had six pneumonias and other respiratory problems, eight weeks ago he was in hospital with pneumonia we were in for 9 days it was worse than any other admission, his oxygen saturations deteriorated on day 4 while on constant oxygen prednisilone and iv antibiotics so much so that he was in the high 80's even when on 16 litres of oxygen , he was moved to a different bed with high flow oxygen 50%at 16 litres and just had an awful time, he was back in two weeks ago, so 6 weeks after that pneumonia, we were in again for seven days and he didn't respond well to iv antibiotics and constant oxygen again.... his allergy results came back and he is allergic to aspergillosis I have a follow up appointment on 16th august but I'm not holding much hope. Last admisssion we were told he had bacterial one day, viral the next, aspiration pneumonia one day and asthma the next one doc said it was the prior infection not cleared one said it definitely was not... I'm scared, I nearly lost him and he is taking longer to get well each time, what should I expect in regard to future investigations? Looking at his last X-ray radiology results it says bronchial wall thickening, patchy consolidation, opacificatioms in central parts of both lungs, , right mid zone/basal and left basal consolidation and atelectasis, , ill defined shadowing at the right base medically, , left basal consolidation and basal effusion, their are also right pericardial patchy opacites these are progressed when compared to previous X-ray dates 08/07/2017???? I am totally lost they are just from his previous 4 X-rays... I don't know if I should be pushing for further investigation or if that will be forthcoming but he is only seven and this has been going on since he was two... they fox him(for which I am so grate) then were discharged until it happens again? Sorry for the long post ... if anyone's even reading this... I'm just a worried mum!