Coughing up blood every morning

Setup:”Even though I’m having this MRI feeling, I deeply love and accept myself”Tapping silently whist reading what I have already written below and adding to it:Yesterday, I had the MRI scan. Today, I got the results, showing a thickening in the bronchial wall where I had always complained of trouble. Luckily, through what I believe is my efforts at giving up smoking and exercising over the years and keeping that part of the lung open during an infection, I have no signs of emphysema. Now, the lung doc, which we paid a lot of money for a diagnosis, says he thinks it’s a “kind of asthma” because “it responded to the steroids” on the spirometer test, although I was on steroids and antibiotics together. I knew that I felt almost no difference with the steroids and that my lungs still have half the capacity compared to last year. I asked how come it’s only in one part of the left lung, and he said it’s in both and the spirometer shows that I have responded to the steroids. I knew the spirometer showed that I had responded to the the medication, including strong antibiotics, but had no way of telling if I had responded to the steroids.Now steroids fuzz your brain, so I forgot that my lungs responded similarly the last time I had the chance of getting strongenough antibiotics, and I forgot to say that I did not consider this a conclusive test. When will the medics figure out thatyou can’t test two variables at once and decide for yourself which one worked? Why can’t they think like scientists? I alsoforgot to say that when I was indeed on all the asthma medication and had started an exercise program to build up my lungsagain, I was still coughing up so much, I ended coughing up blood, as that part of my left lung would close up with mucus whenI used to sleep for long enough not to cough for a few hours. Otherwise, I used to do a big cough every 10 minutes, from thatpart of my lung, despite all the steroids. So if that was only a kind of asthma, how come despite all the medication and doingcardiovascular exercise, I still had a problem in one particular part of my left lung? It only eased when I moved on with thecardiovascular equipment well past the pain barrier to 45 minutes at a time, and then on to two aerobics classes one after thenext on a regular basis. Then my lungs were fine (except for some pain or obstruction on the lower left part of my lungsometimes) , I was able to give up the steroids and all inhalers, except on the rare occasion when I got a chest infection andwould need the inhaler taken aimed at that part of my left lung until I got antibiotics. Later, I used a herbalist, who wasreally good, and I intend going to herbal antibiotics and antivirals when finances improve further, as I prefer their compoundsto taking antibiotics all the time. I genuinely do not believe that that part of my left lung is not permanently damaged. Andthat is not just asthma, and I really don’t care how much he says so, but I have no more money available for tests and can’tsee the point right now. I’m quite happy to accept the idea that it’s partly some special kind of smoking-related asthma andpart permanent damage, but just asthma doesn’t make sense. I did not argue also because he said he was getting me to have theNHS physiotherapy treatment so that I learn how to expel trapped mucus from that part of my lung. And that is a great plus.It will take a whole day out of my week at a time, but I am going to go and see what can be done. I was hoping to get moresupport rather than be labelled asthmatic and given yet more steroids; inhaled this time, disguised as a “stronger inhaler”,for which Michelle had to fork out over [data lost due to corruption of database]When you have a chronic physical condition, anything that either emotionally or physically has a negative impact on you can make the condition worse. EFT is one way of throwing away the emotional rubbish collecting in your system. In the same way that we dispose of our household rubbish regularly for home cleanliness and hygiene, I use EFT to dispose of negative emotions for my optimal physical health. — EFT with Me, Suzanne Zacharia, Practitioner — Disclaimer – You are advised to consult with your medical practitioner before embarking on any course of alternative, complementary, or beauty therapy. Our use of systems that are trademarked or have a registered trademark represents our views and not necessarily those of the trademark owners.Thank you for reading this post and your patience with some of the database corruption from when the site went down once. And please share with someone who needs it 🙂