i don't know how my mother dealt with her ex husband having this disease when they were married.my husband,my whole life had recently been diagnosed with it and sometimes i get so scared.i know,it doesn't mean it will take him too soon,but i just hate seeing him like this.he's always feeling weak from it,sweating alot,out of breath.and though i have dealt with my grandfather and ex step father having it,it is so much harder with my hubby having it.i have had to make the docotr give him salumedrol this past week.they wanted to just put him on antibiotics for the infection he got right now.i told the doctor i wanted him on antibiotics and the salumedrol too.it helps with infections and exasperations with copd patients.i try to keep him from doing too much when he gets home,but he's stubborn.i don't let him know how bad i am hurting,but it is eating me up
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