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Has anyone experience of a inclusive exercise group using the NHS lung and heart rehab programmes as their base, which are open to anyone?

I did NHS cardiac rehab in 2017 and am about to complete a NHS lung boot camp. T...

How measles causes the body to ‘forget’ past infections by other microbes.

One of the most contagious human pathogens, the measles virus is dangerous enoug...

Halloween

Well it took 10 minutes to clear all my chocolate , bags of haribo and even my s...
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More Breathless than normal and low stats on exercise

Hello everyone hope you are all as well as you can be. Is it possible to have a...

Lung reduction surgery

I went to see the emergency doctor at my local surgery due to ongoing chest infe...

Lung transplant Update

Hello All, After having a rocky time being removed from the list as transplant w...

Jean from Michelmersh.

My love she lived in Michelmersh Quite close to Romsey town A teacher at the loc...

Running

In an attempt to keep fit since my diagnosis , I took up running / stumbling, I ...

What next .

I have just been told I have a growth on my right lung 😢 my consultant had requ...

Life after dad

Just checking in hope everyone is doing well.put in for transfer to go to West P...

Pulmonary rehab

I have my assessment for rehab tomorrow. Feel unwell so not sure how it will go....

Honesty.

I often wonder what I'd do If I hadn't got COPD I wouldn't be restricted I'd be ...

Breathing pain

Hello, diagnosed with copd 2 years ago, I was just wondering for the past few da...

Tired and sluggish

Hi ,after taking a antibiotics, and prednisalone for a month ,my chest is feelin...

how to stop nose bleeds severe ones

nose bleed severe epistaxis any ideas ?? i have several nose bleed had to go int...

WSU study identifies a potential new target for treatment of gout.

Researchers at Washington State University Health Sciences Spokane and elsewhere...

Research shows that early retirement can accelerate cognitive decline.

Early retirement can accelerate cognitive decline among the elderly, according t...

Back at work.

Day two of my return to work and I have to admit that I am finding it really har...

The sound of silence

Greetings, fellow fighters Just to say that I was visited by the doctor i/c my l...

Conection? RA and COPD

I have an appointment on Thursday with a Rheumatologist. I Have a rash on my fac...

unyphilline

hi I have just been prescribed unyphilline in the hospital reading leaflet when ...

New Study Points to Possible Correlation Between Sleep and Overall Good Health.

As if you didn’t already have enough to worry about to keep you up at night, a n...

Crimped or straight? Lung fiber shape influences elasticity.

Take a deep breath. Now exhale. Congratulations! You’ve just done something comp...

Oxygen doesn’t need to change you

Today I went on a walk all oxygen kitted out for the first time alone, without a...

Advice on Bronchiectasis

Hi everyone, please can any other Bronchiectasis sufferers tell me if they exper...

Help

Hi All, I have been away from this site for a year now but in the meantime I hav...

Nebulisers

Has anyone used a portable nebuliser that is suitable for use on a long flight, ...

Weight loss

I am on tablets to help me to get through the winter and so far so good. My main...

Dreaming.

Sitting in the waiting room With my hacking cough I think for just a minute I mu...

Side effects of Azithromycin

I see that quite a few of folks here take Azithromycin particularly in the winte...