Emphasema Symptoms

Were you looking for information about Emphysema Symptoms? Emphasema symptoms is a common misspelling of emphysema symptoms.
 
In people with emphysema, symptoms often include shortness of breath and the feeling of not being able to breathe. A cough that doesn't go away and coughing up lots of mucus are also common symptoms of emphysema; these often occur years before the flow of air in and out of the lungs is reduced. The severity of the emphysema symptoms depends on how much of the lung has been destroyed. Often, symptoms of emphysema will suddenly get worse and may include chest tightness, more coughing, a change in sputum (mucus), and a fever. If you experience a sudden worsening of your emphysema symptoms, it is important that you call your healthcare provider.
 
(Click Emphysema Symptoms for the full eMedTV article on this topic. This article provides a more detailed list of emphysema symptoms and discusses the prognosis for people with emphysema.)
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