I am 56,just diagnosed with mild emphasima,quit smoking in january.If i exersise,do all the tthings i should do,will i still have to have oxygen at some point??? i can not seem to stop thinking about when and I f i will need it...I have had depression for years for other reasons,but handle it very well,and know what to do to make it better,but I am sooo scared.I am making myself get outside and wrok in my yard,which i love so much..All I go back to,though,is the day when i will be on oxygen!!PLEASE,I just don;t want to!!
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