Out of Breath

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  Hi to all, i have COPD i am in my fifties,i have been short .of breath for years now but today i walked it to the hairdressers, bad mistake! i had to keep stopping as i just could not breathe.

My last lung function test was last year do you think i should go back to GP and tell him?.

Any advice welcome,

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    Hi Julie,

    Yes, I do think you should go back to your Doctor, there is a new Inhaler out now called  Brimica, and it is helping me at this time, I hope it will last helping me.

    Kind Regards,

    Carmwoman 

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    Most definitely go back and let the doctor know what's going on . Are you on any inhalers? Where I learned the most about this disease in addition to this wonderful site was from the webinars of Noah Greenspan. He also has a new Facebook support group called Ultimate Pulmonary Wellness. Quite a few UK people on it as well as Australia New Zealand Canada and US has the most members. Do keep us posted. Hopen you get your symptoms resolved. smile
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    Hello Julie. Do you have electric storage heaters in your home? My breathing became so laboured that it was very frightening. Spent more than I could afford to see a respiratory consultant. After many tests and conversions on lifestyle he told me to have the storage heaters removed as they were more harmful than cigarette smoking. I followed his advice and I am slowly feeling better. Best wishes. Shirley
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      I dont have storage heaters Shirley, i used to smoke about 20 a day but gave up when i was in hospital with pneumonia, i guess it's why i now have the desease, thank you for your helpsmile
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