I'm a person that really likes looking forward and is usually pretty focused on what will be the 'next step.' I don't quite have a concrete 5 year plan that's engraved in to stone but I like to have a couple of things to work towards. I guess I generally quite like to feel a … Continue reading Loads of question marks
This post is going to throw you back to the days of GCSE Biology, yep I'm gonna talk about osmosis. So... treatment. At the moment, there's no 'fix' for my floppy airway. It's more of a case of dealing with the symptoms of tracheomalacia and managing them in the best way possible. I've mentioned in … Continue reading Treating a floppy airway
Tracheomalacia in adults isn't very common, or, it might just be that it isn't very well diagnosed at the moment. First of all, there's loads of different things at play that aren't easy to separate out from one another. Some people have congenital tracheomalacia, they were born with it. This could be due to underlying … Continue reading *Cough, cough, cough*
Don't worry, that's exactly what I thought.... Ever since I can remember, I've always been one of those cool kids who carried a blue inhaler around with them, got a little bit wheezy in winter and was stereotypically below-average in P.E. A classic asthmatic! Despite a handful of hospital admissions as a child, it was … Continue reading What the hell is tracheomalacia?