Karyotype bloods?!after 2 failed cycles ?
Loulucylou1 in Fertility Network UK2 years ago
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...
Freckles22 in Asthma UK community forum7 months ago
Hi I’m new on here I have had asthma since childhood wondered why so many people with asthma are now getting broncheticas I have heard of qu...
I have recently been diagnosed with focal bronchiectasis.
Bundle in British Lung Foundation7 years ago
I don't know the exact details. I have an appointment at the hospital next month. I get a lot of chest pain and cough up yellow sputum. A...
A skydive to raise awareness
Lesley_D in Sticky Blood-Hughes Syndrome Support7 years ago
Well, tomorrow I will write a letter to my chest physician, in the absence of any other doctor, to ask him if he considers me well enough to...
IVF with ICSI
americanuser in PCD Family Support Group (UK)6 months ago
My husband has PCD and we have recently gone through a failed round of IVF with ICSI. His sperm are not motile, and I'm concerned that i...
Ok. Strange question
Bex93 in NCT2 months ago
So I’ve got CF (Cystic Fibrosis) my pregnancy so far is going so much better than I could of imagined. Weight gain and lung function being t...
Fionanot in British Heart Foundationa month ago
Hi I'm struggling to get worldwide travel insurance at a reasonable price. As soon as I declare heart attack & stent along with my diabetes...
Son has mitral valve regurgitation
RoseC88 in Sticky Blood-Hughes Syndrome Support2 years ago
When I was pregnant with my older son he had pulmonary sequestration which pushed his heart to the right. 2 months after he was born he had ...
Enlightenment - avoiding chest infections.
pergola1 in British Lung Foundation5 years ago
There has been a lot said in the past about shifting mucus by different methods. I should remember but would like to be reminded. I go fro...
falconcottage1 in British Lung Foundation3 years ago
Hi. I have heard that salt inhalation will help with the effects on bronchiectasis. Do I need a humidifier which u can put salt water in?
Just heard an idea as to a cause of my symptoms, but need some insight
GreatGateway in Asthma UK community forum2 years ago
My physiotherapist suggested the reason only Ventolin relieves my breathing and tightness is because I breath wrong with my mouth. She think...
FUMMING And Back At GPs RE DNA And What Constitutes A Condition & Illness
Hidden in British Lung Foundation2 years ago
Well today i was delt a blow by so called GPs that dont understand DNA or for that mater WHAT constitutes a condtion.
My report says i have i...
ABPA from Linda
Pasquina in British Lung Foundation2 years ago
I have allergic pulmonary bronchiectasis aspergillus, I have what is described as stage two aspergillus it has not yet developed into full b...
Approach to risk in liver and lung transplantation - NHSBT a call for your thoughts
BLTHollyDawson in British Liver Trust4 years ago
Please could you help by spending 5 minutes to complete a survey.
We are taking forward work to explore how NHSBT can help patients and their
Bernice's Story - about her double lung transplant - this may be upsetting for some people, but give hope to others
Hidden in British Lung Foundation5 years ago
... and may help many of us realise we are not doing so bad with our lungs after all....
A patient who received a lung transplant told ITV Ne...
More on Phyllocontin
2malinka in British Lung Foundation4 years ago
Stopped taking this awful drug. I since found out from the COPD Nurse that phyllocontin was an old drug that had been replaced by Sprirva w...
PCD and Diabetes
Rach29 in PCD Family Support Group (UK)3 years ago
I am currently in hospital due to an exercbation related to my PCD and Bronchietasis. I have had more infections infections in the past ...
Echogenic bowl at 20 week scan
SilkeP in NCT6 years ago
I was wondering whether anyone else has had the same feedback from a 20-week scan? We went for the anomaly scan today (at ...
RA awareness week
Hidden in NRAS6 years ago
Well iv'e seen adverts about asthma about time my 22 yr son has had it since he was 18months old. GREAT news about the breast cancer pill & ...
BLF on Radio 4's Today Programme talking about lung cancer - have a listen
BLFCommsTeam in British Lung Foundation6 years ago
Professor Stephen Spiro, the British Lung Foundation's Deputy Chairman was on Radio 4's Today Prog...
New to this site
bazdowning in Myeloma UKa year ago
My father has just been diagnosed with MM, He is just 65 and been told that it could be passed on to me too. I was wondering if anyone knows...
week 14 scan - low amniotic fluid and aspirin
SConnor in NCT2 months ago
Hi all,I had a private scan at week 14 and the gynechologyst saw the baby has low amniotic fluid and is a bit compressed. He said it is fine...
Anyone try bxprotocol for Prostate Ca at crackthecancercode
12grands in Advanced Prostate Cancer13 days ago
Has anyone tried the Bx Protocol for Prostate cancer at .crackthecancercode or just another scam? The seminar by Dewayne Smith, Ph D , soun...
Slr1982 in British Lung Foundation2 years ago
Hi does anyone have experience of bronchiectasis in a child? My son is 4 years old and since he was about 2 and a half he has been suffering...
peace012 in British Lung Foundation6 years ago
I continually feel very ill although I am not producing sputum. I have just finished a course of antibiotics but still feel ill (flu like a...
Gucci in British Lung Foundation6 years ago
Bronchiectasis: I have Emphysema and on oxygen 24hrs a day. However, my friend is quite poorly with Bronchiectasis and is now waiting to be...
5 year old and azithromycin
Tconnor in Asthma UK community forum6 months ago
My 5 year old is under respiratory for possible asthma she has had he tonsils and adenoids removed in jan. She is always unwell In the winte...
Karotype testing- costs?
WeeMrsH in Fertility Network UKa year agoPOPULAR
Hoping someone has experience of this and can give some guidance on expected costs privately of having genetic karotyping done??
Are lung diseases related to RA.
jhansiranisurineni in NRAS6 years ago
Is there a chance for a rheumatoid arthritis patient to be affected with lung diseases like Bronchiectasis when the disease is chronic,I...
Any COPD clinical trials near Stockport?
Wotnoair41 in British Lung Foundation2 years ago
I have Bronchiectasis, which comes under the umbrella of COPD. I have an electric nebulizer on prescription, which uses a saline solution, b...
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