Breathing difficulty treatments and their effectiveness
This is a real world study of common treatments of Breathing difficulty, and their effectiveness. The study is created by eHealthMe based on 4,358 reports from user community.
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On Mar, 9, 2014: 4,358 reports are studied for Breathing difficulty
Common symptoms and complications by gender:
The following drugs are reported to be used in the treatment of Breathing Difficulty. Click to see how effective they are overall and in long term (1+ year), and for what kind of people:
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From this study (3 months ago):
Possibly I have interstitial lung disease
From this study (4 months ago):
insomnia for several days with delirium and pain. morphine administered very 6 hours does not help.
From this study (4 months ago):
I have always been an avid long distance runner and never had lung problems.
2 years ago I was told I suffer from severe sinusitis (which has never bothered me), and have now recently had two extensive sinus surgeries to "fix" this problem, which was supposedly the reason of my coughing and difficulty breathing. My coughing is to expel the massive quantities of mucous which my body is now producing. Also, on low dose prednisone my eosinophil levels are over 1900.
My trachea is very sore. Is it possible I have some disorder with my trachea that is causing a secondary lung inflammation? Or tertiary- origin being from the sinuses?
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- My reaction to talking sumatriptan for the first time.
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- Pulmonery hypertension
gives you heart failure, enlarged right side of heart, lungs are not getting enough oxgen, have blood clots, so effects all body organs
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