About Me: Male, 44, Nunda, NY, member since Sep 2011
I have been Diagnosed with bilateral diaphragm paralysis in April of 2011. Let me tell you a little of what happened. I was being treated for Bronicitas(spelling) in March of 2011 but wasnt getting any better. So the doctors wanted me to see a lung Doctor. But on the 4t
[More]h of April I was taken by Ambulance to the Emergancy and thats when they discoved and diagnosed me with this. I am now being sent to Cleveland Clinic for further examination for no one here in NY knows how to treat this because it is so RARE!!
Hi well you found someone!! As I said in my post I have had this issue since April of 2011. They are still n ot convinced that I have just a Bilateral Paralysis of the Diaphram!! They think I have an MDA thing going on. It might even be something that has not been discovered yet!! Yippy right I think not! If they have not discovered it then no treatment!!
You I take it have this issue>? What have you delt with treatment, and so on!!
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