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Taxol And Pulmonary Breathing Problems
Going for a pulmonary test- am having some breathing problems. When ativan peaks at 2 hours thats when it occurs.Could i be aggravating asthma ?
Yes, it could be: Benzodiazepines, including lorazepam, may depress central nervous system respiratory drive and are contraindicated in severe respiratory failure. An example would be the inappropriate use to relieve anxiety associated with acute severe asthma. www.wikipedia.com before taking ativan, tell your doctor if you are allergic to any drugs, or if you have: asthma, emphysema, bronchitis, chronic obstructive pulmonary diseaseor other breathing problems.Www. Drugs.Com. ...Read more
I'm taking 1 mg of klonopin twice daily..Causing breathing problems ....Lungs fine...No asthma. Any reasons why this would be?
Klonopin: What kind of breathing problems are you having? Klonopin is sedating, but it doesn't usually depress respiration at the dose you're taking. However, 1mg twice daily is enough to habituate you fairly quickly -- meaning withdrawal symptoms will result from sudden decreases in dose. Anxiety can cause rapid breathing and sensations of breathlessness also. Please discuss concerns with your doc. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
My sister had a heart surgery the outcame was good but now she has fluids in her lungs. And also breathing problems?
I have weird itching sensations in my lungs (not on my skin) and a bad dry cough, but no sinus or breathing problems. Never had allergies or asthma.
Will TB scars cause breathing problems? Is oxygen therapy needed? In future when i conceive will it effect my lungs?
What is meant by my pulmonar doctor telling me my chest tightness and lung pain and breathing problems is due to ischemia of the lung?
This can be: Difficult for expert internists to discern, and may require testing of pulmonary and cardiovascular systems. First step is history and physical. See your doctor. ...Read more
Not Likely: Unless your child has multiple other serious medical conditions, then it is very unlikely for a child to have a pulmonary embolus. But if your child has conditions which predispose to pe, then please seek prompt medical attention if you are concerned. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Dad 81yr has pulmonary TB & on med since a month.Tests rule out malignancy.Why is fluid building up after being drained.Is having difficulty breathing?
TB extraplural: Tuberculous pleural effusion is one of the more common forms of extrapulmonary tuberculosis (TB). This problem may co exist with presence of pulmonary involvement by the mycobacterium. The cause of the effusion is a delayed hypersensitivity response to the TB antigens in the pleural space. Pleural fluid adenosine deaminase (ADA) levels greater than 40 U/l argue strongly for TB . ...Read more
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