My mom has checked on the web and found she has been experiencing all the symptoms relating to hypoxia. Her pulmonogist had previously told her to see a Neurologist due to her dizziness and wobbly legs, not to mention the slight confusion (something's not quite right with her train of thought, etc). Has anyone had any experience with hypoxia???? If so, what would a neurologist do for her? PS - she's currently on a neb. finishing up a week worth of tx....still has the "frog" problem as well. I sure would appreciate any insight...thx :)
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