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And still going strong, never thought i could do this but here i am, still get the odd thought of \"id love a drag\" but 20 seconds later it...
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Hi. just joined this group. I have bronchiectasis and while it is still mild I am noticing some symptoms such as disgusting taste in my mout...
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Can anyone tell me what this means please, I have been on 100mcg levo for over 2 yrs and every time its tuned down to 75mcg I return to leth...
Hidden in Asthma UK community forum7 years ago
A new member to this, but have a rather random question
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Toci in British Lung Foundation5 years ago
I found last night's BBC programme, Call the Midwife, fascinating due to learning about the 'salty kiss' diagnosis of CF. A programme I alw...
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kirsty72 in British Lung Foundation5 years ago
Well, I have Bronchiectasis, and was diagnosed about a year ago under the Royal Surrey hospital, after having 3 years worth of lets wait and...
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Luci81 in PCD Family Support Group (UK)a year ago
My daughter ( she'll be 4 tomorrow) had sputum collected just before Christmas last year and came back she had pseudomonas. She ...
Help us campaign as the Prescription Charges Coalition call for exemption for long-term conditions
LindseyMid in Fibromyalgia Action UK6 years ago
People with long term conditions like Fibro are still forced to pay for the prescriptions they need to stay well. We need your help to campa...
Sank28 in British Heart Foundation7 months ago
Has anyone had a heart and lung transplant and could tell me how your getting on?
What is the life expectancy for this sort of transplant?
Hi, hope this finds everyone well
Ronnie- in British Lung Foundation7 months ago
I have been trying to get health insurance to travel to USA, I have sorted out oxygen but because I have heart and Lung disease plus arthrit...
Bronchiectasis diagnosed with staphylococcus aureus
grandadjgg in British Lung Foundation5 months ago
Just had results of septum test back with above infection prescribed clindamycin for this but I am a tad worried can this infection be passe...
Mendy in British Lung Foundation3 years agoPOPULAR
Hi, has any of you seen your lung CT scans? I would like to know the difference of lung ct scans between the patients of IPF and hypersensit...
Hot Flashes/Sweats? 😓
MrsNails in PMRGCAuk4 months agoPOPULAR
To all the Ladies having Hot Flashes, how are you these days? After our return from France & as the weather cooled towards Autum...
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lejones93 in Fertility Network UK3 years ago
We have our first appointment today with Dr Drakeley at the Liverpool Womens Hospital. I have met him before but under different...
spidey in Fibromyalgia Action UK6 years ago
I have several 'hats'. One is
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tanyaglenn in Behçet's UK2 years ago
I have a nearly 16 yr old son with Down Syndrome and Cystic Fibrosis, who has had
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Hidden in British Lung Foundation6 years ago
Hi folks,it is a great day today. we moved back to angus scotland in november past after 25years in northwest scotland.Took a private 2bed f...
I'm taking on 10 half marathons in 2018 for LUPUS UK
Paul_Howard in LUPUS UKa year agoPOPULAR
Today is the 10th anniversary of my friend Heather's \"angel day\". She sadly lost her battle with lupus when she was just 18.
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Hope4usall in Fertility Network UK7 months ago
So we had our counselling via skype last monday, which went well. Lots of questions answered.
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Biddy_BLFHelpline in British Lung Foundationa month ago
Good afternoon all,
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Fingerprick test: why not the earlobe?
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I've just ordered my fingerprick tft just in time to read the post about how sore your fingers get, and when I did a site search (to reassur...
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denko in British Lung Foundation2 years ago
My son is 8 and cultures PAin the off-tobi months for the last 14 months. Hospitalized for Iv medication -though no clinical symptoms were p...
A Boy Called Alex (Channel 4, Thursday)
Hidden in Asthma UK community forum11 years ago
Heard this advertised on the radio this morning - it's about a boy with CF. Here's the programme prÃ©cis:
\"\"The flagship documentary series...
Hello, so glad to find you all!
Hidden in Asthma UK community forum6 years ago
Hello, my name is Julie. I don't live in the UK but this is the only asthma forum I could find that looked active!
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Back to work tomorrow
tigershay1 in British Lung Foundation5 years ago
Well im going back to work tomorrow on phased return . Scared stiff of picking up infection from the little children !! But ive got my firs...
LolalalalalaLola in Pernicious Anaemia Society3 years ago
Hi, I suffer with fibrocystic disease where my breast tissue thickens and I constantly get cysts, I have breast pain every day.
I have used e...
Karyotype bloods?!after 2 failed cycles ?
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Hey everyone, I've not posted for a while , so after 1 NHS and 1 private cycle have both failed, the consultant mentioned either go again fo...
Metastatic Breast Cancer
jarmaghan in Understanding Clinical Trialsa year ago
Stage 4 metastatic breast cancer; metastases to the small intestine. Current treatment with Ibrance and Faslodex.
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