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    I am the same way. I dont like to take it out with me. I went grocery shopping and I took my little finger meter with me one day, deciding if I needed this or not, as if Im the doctor. lol. So aft...
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Sat, 04 Jul 2015 19:06:47 Z
He is 43. He has gone from every emotion you can imagine. Right now it's denial. He wants a second opinion which is fine. It has made him determined to quit smoking either way which is great and something I have been begging for for ten years when we married! But he also is having a difficult time with how I am handeling it. I cried the first day. A lot. But not in front of him except on the r...

Fri, 26 Jun 2015 13:58:35 Z
I have COPD and I am on oxygen.  But I have a problem (trying to work on it) with when I go to a store.  I get a regular grocery cart type cart and I place a towel in the seat part and I push my oxygen in there along with other items.  Last week when I did this I had a problem locating an item and I got upset that people were sending me to the wrong aisle so I pushed myself (angry) ...

Fri, 19 Jun 2015 02:21:41 Z
Is the Acapella (Blue or Green) for all stages of COPD or for some specific stage?

Wed, 17 Jun 2015 04:53:54 Z
Hi everyone!  Have a few questions. Has any one had swollen ankle or tops of feet? Also I am not sure how to do pursed lip breathing.  My legs constantly hurt from hip to toe. I wasn''t able to do pulmonary rehab and I would like to learn what I missed. I am also trying to find an organization that helps seniors like taking me to drs. appt's, taking me for test. go to lunch e...

Sun, 14 Jun 2015 21:49:16 Z
Just joined--anyone with the diagnosis of bronchiostatis? Been dealing with breathing issues off & on for the last year or two--test & test & new doctors--going to UTSW next week to see an Infectious Disease doc--I have MRSA of the lungs--Not sure which came first--now on O2 & trying to get as much info as I can. Any help will be appreciated!

Sat, 13 Jun 2015 22:30:31 Z
When visiting my daughter altitude is about 5000 feet air is thin & dry. I have a harder time with my breathing. Is this normal ?

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