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I tested positive for covid in early February, I was never hospitalized. About two weeks after noticed shortness of breath and difficulty with everyday tasks. After a ton of tests I've been diagnosed with pah. Before covid I never had breathing issues. My pulminary doctor is telling me it is not covid related???
NyQuil may not be the best, I am not completely sure and don't want to give advice on something I am not qualified to give. I heard someone above say Mucinex, I was recommend this by a doc as well. I… read more
i have PAH and i'm pro active with my healthy like to be involved and try different SAFE remedies, i exercise moderately and try to walk every day, with mixed results, some days i can walk 2 .5 miles, and some days i can't even walk 500 feet, i try to keep a log of my lifestyle, looking for a pattern so i can repeat it when i have a good day
i also make a very healthy juice that i drink everyday, over time it is supposed to rejuvenate every cell in your body including Arteries in the lungs, if… read more
Without good blood Flow to any areas of the body it slows down the healing process! An Artery is the main line to all the veins in the body. I would ask WHY! Where is the location of the blocked… read more
Yes im in a lot of pain because the dr has took me off so much that was helping. My pain tolerance is low. Ive been in so much since Sept. I cant take much more. The pcp put me on requip for RLS it… read more