Fostair or Seritide
caz1951 in British Lung Foundation3 years ago
My seritide was changed to Fostair now travel company saying Fostair is not for COPD but Cystic Fibrosis (CF) / Mucoviscidosis
sann in AF Association3 years ago
Hi there thanks for replying about my cough and the Vick I tried it and works, t he only problem now is I feel so sick, I've tried to be ...
New research into pseudomonas
Hanne62 in British Lung Foundation3 years ago
A touch of the old Bronchies
yaf_user681_4542 in Asthma UK community forum6 years ago
Well after almost 2 years of wheezing, coughing, 2 hospital admissions, what feels like hundreds of Predisilone, almost all inhalers, ...
Prescription charge increase will hit patients say charities
Mdaisy in Fibromyalgia Action UK4 years ago
FibroAction are proud to be a part pf the PCC -
The Prescription Charges Coalition (PCC), a group of 40 charities representing millions of
Hidden in Asthma UK community forum9 years ago
Well off we went to the hospital today, once again they are unsure whats really going on with Jimmy he has Asthma that we know but the reaso...
Country65 in British Lung Foundation4 years ago
I HAVE A COUGH ALL THE TIME ,DOCTOR SAYS ITS ASTHMA, WHAT I COUGH UP IS CLEAR IF I BEND DOWN START COUGHING SLIGHTEST THING STARTS ME OFF I ...
twinks1954 in British Lung Foundation5 years ago
Reading about Manuka honey. Found it on Aldi for £3.99 for active 10 250gm jar. I take 3 teaspoons a day.
Also read about NAC for bringin...
Who To Belive
JeffAjaxSmith in British Lung Foundation2 years ago
Like we need OUR heads peeping anymore.
NOW Scientists are saying Completing antibiotic courses is a myth that may make bacterial resistance ...
HOW DO YOU GET BRONCHIECTOSIS
Hidden in British Lung Foundation6 years ago
My husband has had COPD for 8 years now and for the past few years we have been able to go abroad on our holidays.
For the past two years m...
Bronchiectasis specialist needed
KPHR in British Lung Foundation2 years ago
Hi all, I'm new to this community and would like some help. My mum has been diagnosed with bronchectasis and we are searching for a good s...
Norwichicon529 in Fibromyalgia Action UK3 years ago
Hi peoples,has anyone heard of stomach migraine?
Hidden in Weight Loss NHS4 years ago
... was an absolute farce! Having sprouted to people that my blood glucose (BG) control was marvelous and I'd went on a 3 mile jog in 30 mi...
Will I, won't I?
skinnylizzy59 in British Lung Foundation4 years ago
Woke up not feeling 100%, would you believe it? It's Day 1 of my drug trial at Papworth Hospital, I rang and told the nurse in charge and s...
Has there been any research in to whether vasculitis is hereditary? I have 5 children and would like to be forewarned just in case thankyou
Starburst in Vasculitis UK5 years ago
Is a green nasal discharge connected with asthma, copd and possibly bronchiectasis?
huggs in British Lung Foundation5 years ago
I have developed a chest infection this week and despite feeling increasingly unwell decided to leave it until 2.30pm yesterday afternoon be...
y_not in British Lung Foundation3 years ago
Oh dear, just as I start to see the benefits of the tablets (aided by the Flutter device) I've had to stop taking them!
Exactly a week after ...
Symes in British Lung Foundation3 years ago
......is it really that rare?
When I was first diagnosed with Bronchiectasis, and I did my research on what exactly it was, everywhere I look...
PSEUDOMONAS....I HAD IT TWICE
jra-vincent in British Lung Foundation3 years ago
In reply to the person who asked if anybody had got rid of pseudomonas....I had it...twice. It nearly killed me or put me in a wheelchair af...
travel insurance - I need help
Hidden in Asthma UK community forum12 years ago
Iâ€™m going on holiday soon and as I started looking for travel insurance I discovered that it seems to be very difficult to find an insuran...
Acid Reflux or Asthma?
Hidden in Asthma UK community forum11 years ago
My 20 month old son was diagnosed with asthma after 12 months of endless coughs, colds and sickness. The sickenss occurs mainly after coughi...
port a cath
i need some advice please i was due to have my porta cath removed on Thursday last week but unfortunately due to home circumstance i was una...
Hidden in Asthma UK community forum8 years ago
According to the BBC Website, prescription charges in England are going up in April by 20p per item.
I for one am disappointed by this as i a...
Diet and Asthma plus related breathing problems
Hidden in Asthma UK community forum13 years ago
I try to eat as healthily as possible ( apart from the odd bar of high quality G.and B choccy) and have found this interesting web ref to im...
Fungus infection in sputum Check ???
carolg1 in British Lung Foundation6 years ago
I have just got results back from nurse after giving a sputum sample because I am bringing up, vomiting and coughing absolutely loads of muc...
Is anyone having a problem with excessive coughing up of phleghm?
Parki in Parkinson's Movement7 years ago
Does anyone else have this problem? I am having so much problem with phlegm. Having allergy shots for years. Nasal sprays, flovent, zyrtec,...
When were you first diagnosed with Asthma?
CalvinHU in Living with Asthmaa year ago
What triggered the diagnosis?
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not much known
AnneGodolphin in British Lung Foundation6 years ago
Is COPD a rare disease
New member - Confused.com!!!
jase5371 in British Lung Foundation8 months ago
Hi all, Need some help and direction please if possible. It is a long message so apologises from the off!!! I am 48 a non-smoker and always ...
Help with breathing
Dianemc01234 in British Lung Foundationa year ago
Hi. I'm Diane and I was admitted to hospital on 17 Aug with sudden exacerbation that turned out to be pseudomonas and pneumonia. Worst ever....
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