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I've just had my first sleepless night having just received CT scan results for Bronchiectasis.

I had a routine chest x Ray 10 months ago, which by some bizarre flook was only reported 3 weeks ago! I had a repeat x Ray and subsequently a CT scan.

I am puzzled as have never smoked, don't drink, work full time,eat healthily, Nordic walker, and have absolutely no symptoms of anything! I've never had a chest infection in my life ( I'm 64)....

what do I do now?

am I waiting for something to happen?

Can you have this 'thing' and never experience any symptoms?

i have bad colds like everyone... but they never are chesty

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    Hi it dont sound like bronchiectasis to me. Im sure you would know if it was .I would ho back and talk to someone I hope its not for you.
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      Most people have bad chrest infections a long time before and you get loads of flem on chrest thats hard to clear.  As your dr gave you anythink . Iv had same tests as you showing this condition and iv been on loads of antbotis for months . Most people on hear say the same . Well im gald your ok . Hope you stay this way because its a horrible disease where abouts are you from .
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    All the exercise may be helping you stay clear..

    All about not allowing gunk settle in lungs as it then becomes infected. If you could find a good 

    Respiratory physio they can show you breathing exercise to clear lungs. Look up active cycle of breathing .

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