I don't recall anyone reporting that they had to go on oxygen for the shortness of breath. Many of us had the problem but for me there were just some days that are better than others. The tx effected my asthma for a while and I had to use my inhaler a lot but it improved after a while and I am back to normal now. I do recall one person who came down with pneumonia and she was probably on oxygen for that. I will check back through the posts and see if I can find out. I will let you know if I find it.
I hope you are doing better. My sx came and went so frequently it was crazy. Take care,
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