Hello everyone, Just getting over a chest infection so have been out of touch for a while. It's good to be back and I'm looking forward to catching up with all of your posts.
Being unwell I have had time to ponder over something that has been on my mind for a while. It will, no doubt be a question many of with bronchiectasis will be able to answer. Why is it that some of us have nebulized antibiotics and others take oral medication? I understand that nebulized antibiotics go directly into the lungs to work on the bacteria and pseudos that are there. So it seems reasonable to me that all sufferers should benefit by having the quickest method available to them. Isn't the nebulized method the quickest way of eliminating the bacteria? I would be grateful for any information as I have been pondering over this for the past week.