wheezing, can't breathe in my sleep, please help!
I have been wheezing for months and can't breathe in my sleep with sleep apnea. I've been trying for years and saw several ENTs to get surgery but couldn't. Did my doctors really screw up and not give me standard tonsil/adenoid/septum/UPPP surgery?
I'm on this resmed asv ventilator with oxygen and I still have lost my brain function and all my energy somehow.
but isn't tonsil surgery standard in cases like mine?
I started on zyflo since I'm still wheezing for months now. I took some amycin and had a bad throat infection and the wheezing hasn't stopped since November
yeah I asked my pulmonologist for amycin and took it for 6 weeks and a few months later I came down with wheezing when I exhale, my breath just stops when I try to exhale
the ENT scoped me and said there is no obstruction though my base of tongue is large
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