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Doctor insights on: Remedies For Noisy High Pitched Breathing

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Breathing (Definition)

Breathing is the way we take in oxygen and expel carbon dioxide (co2) through out lungs. When our lungs expand we take fresh air in that contains oxygen and then when our lungs ...Read more


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My dad has been having some problems. His throat hurts, feels weak, dizzy, his head hurts, feels nervous, breathing, his oxygen level is ok, feels tried. He has high blood pressure, diabetes, an astma, he put on the nebulizer treatment every three hours.?

My dad has been having some problems. His throat hurts, feels weak, dizzy, his head hurts, feels nervous, breathing, his oxygen level is ok, feels tried. He has high blood pressure, diabetes, an astma, he put on the nebulizer treatment every three hours.?

Internal medicine: Internal medicine specialists ("internists") deal with the kinds of issues your dad has - many problems that must be integrated and addressed collectively and individually. He needs a systematic evaluation and treatment plan. ...Read more

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After exercise I have difficulty breathing in with stridor. I often faint after exercise. I've had this for 10 years, asthma ruled out. Any ideas?

After exercise I have difficulty breathing in with stridor. I often faint after exercise. I've had this for 10 years, asthma ruled out. Any ideas?

Exercise anaphylaxis: I agree that you should have a stress test to be certain there is no problem with your heart. The most likely diagnosis, however, is exercise-induced anaphylaxis. Stridor is due to laryngospasm - swelling around the vocal cords. Loss of consciousness could be due to that or low blood pressure. These are symptoms of life-threatening anaphylaxis. Don't exercise until you see a qualified allergist! ...Read more

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What's the best treatment to get rid of stridor?

What's the best treatment to get rid of stridor?

See a doctor: Stridor is usually caused by swelling of the vocal cords or the nearby tissues of the airway and larynx. This can be dangerous or deadly if it triggers a laryngospasm. Prednisone or some other steroid treatment is the most effective to get the swelling down. In urgent or emergent cases Epinephrine in a nebulizer can be used as well. ...Read more

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How do I know if i need a breathing treatment?

How do I know if i need a breathing treatment?

Difficult breathing: "breathing treatment" is the popular name for a handheld device that delivers inhaled medication to the bronchial tubes that carry air into the lungs. This medication opens the bronchi directly or by decreasing inflammation to decrease spasm in these tubes. If you are having difficulty breathing you should use it. If you need it more than 2 x day--contact your md to see what else to do. ...Read more

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Will trouble breathing kill me if I don't get treatment?

Will trouble breathing kill me if I don't get treatment?

Difficulty breathing: It can depending on the cause. Get in to see your doctor as soon as you can. ...Read more

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Laboured breathing when lying on side, anything I can do to remedy or at least reduce this?

Labored breathing: Hello ~ your age is not stated and no history which is vital so to be safe all I can say is "see a doctor" ! thanks ...Read more

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When is breathing treatment necessary?

When is breathing treatment necessary?

Recommendations: Breathing treatments can be given with intractable wheezing. They can also be used in older patients who have poor hand eye coordination and cannot manage their handheld inhalers. They are not usually more effective than metered dose inhalers (mdis). ...Read more

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How often will I need a breathing treatment for COPD spasms?

How often will I need a breathing treatment for COPD spasms?

Treatment copd spasm: It all depends on what inhaled meds you are using.If you are using 12 hour inhalers which contain steroids and long term bronchodilaters and spirive by inhalation once a day, then you can use atrovent (ipratropium) and albuterol(duoneb) every 4 to 6 hours only as a rescue for the spasms if needed. ...Read more

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