For pulmonary embolism survivors....
What do you wish you had known about after diagnosis?
What do you wish that you knew about now?
What topics would be useful to you?
I wish I knew how long it was going to take for recovery (I'm still wondering as it's been 6 months now and I'm still wheezy). I would like to know what I could have done to prevent it. The final thing is how much damage it can do to your lungs. Have you ever had a PE?
by em_saenz 6 years ago
What disease has no symptoms, but leads to sudden death in young adults
by asmalovesarif 7 years ago
If my husband having pulmonary embolism can it harmfull to my new born?
by buddyboy54 7 years ago
7/25/11 update,no major changes in my lung function,still feel short of breath most of the time, doctors telling me that my symptoms are all in my head,more pain in my left legthan before leaving the hospital,again dr says since my inr is 2.9 that i simply cant have leg pain,again this is all a...
by Carolee Samuda 4 years ago
Many of us met HP by chance. Many of us came here looking for a way to earn and many of us came to express ourselves. For me it was a mixture of both.I wanted to make money with the thing I love to do the best...writing. However, there are some things I wish I knew back then. What is the one thing...
by Rahul Parashar 3 years ago
This is a question to all the veterans out there. What is the thing you regret not knowing in the beginning here? What would be your best tip for newbies?
by Seanachai 6 years ago
Hello All, I have read the FAQ's and other help areas of HubPages, including many topics from the learning center, but, from what I've found so far, it seems like a lot of talking around the question, but not really, directly, simply, accurately addressing the question: What are good topics for...
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