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Moderate, severe copd people can you tell if you were a long time to progress to that stage from mild.

I am newly diagnosed mild copd. Age 63. I think I would benefit mentally coming ...

Bronchiectasis, antibiotics and Phages

Hi, I am new here. I was diagnosed with Bronchiectasis 18 months ago, have had v...

Long term use of steroids/dental work needed

Hi. I am on long term prednisolone for COP. All my current tests and readings ar...

Referral to Respiratory Clinic done but no X-Ray referral!

Further to my post on getting a referral to a respiratory clinic I handed in my ...

healthy lungs great joy

]hi there am new how does one keep lungs from aging

Bling Part 3 and a bit

Well 3 months post endobronchial valve procedure it was time to brave the M60 in...

Running nose

I am currently on liquid oxygen and I keep getting the most awful runny nose as ...

Check this if you use oxygen:

https://www.gov.uk/drug-device-alerts/potentially-breached-sterile-packaging-of-...

Egret taking off from water in the rain

Chucking down wet gear to walk dogs back on summers finished 😂😂

Not many responses to have you remained mild copd for a long time?

I recently asked if many people had remained mild copd for a number of years. I...

Travel insurance

Hi can anyone help I’m looking for travel insurance to go on holiday I’ve checke...

Severe copd

Severe copd is like a curse. As I sit here now I have no symtomes but as soon as...

PIP and waiting

After a home visit I was awarded PIP two and a half years ago. Last September t...

Holiday

Just back from a wonderful break in benalmadena,ryan air flight was dreadful ,it...

Mark

If u have a normal Spiro test and normal ct scan do I have copd I bin told I had...

Daily Digest missing again

Is anyone else not getting there daily digest email as they seem to go astray if...

First defence spray

Hi everyone we find this sight very helpful with any problems my hubby has with ...

Copd

Hi ive got copd and took steriods and antibiotics but since taking them i can on...

Struggling with copd

Hi new on here...my names jodi I’m 44 and have stage 4 copd....I’m currently on ...

Here's a bit of Info....

...on a product I know nothing about except what's written at the site; anyone h...

Does inflammation continue in copd even years after stopping smoking?

I know that stopping smoking makes the deline of fev1 return to normal age relat...

Nhs concentrator

anyone know if the nhs can supply a portable travel oxygen concentrator for cont...

oxygen

I have posted before about my doctor telling me there was a trace of emphysema t...

swollen legs and ankles

Does anyone else suffer from swollen legs and ankles? Had a load of tests on my ...

Colomycin

Have been really trying to cope with this stuff after stopping for a while at Ch...

Thank you my new family

I just want to say thank you all for being there at every turn. I have noted ide...

Yesterday evening

Still very mild last night have a fantastic sunny day 😍

At Last a Referral to Respiratory Clinic

Hi, Although I've been a member for a number of months this is my first post but...

Genetic link to emphasema

Thinking of my lovely mum today on my birthday . My mum passed away in 2011 aged...

Just curious

Whenever I use either my Symbicort or Spiriva inhalers, I cough when I'm done. N...