I was just wondering if maybe some cf people with other mutations can live in certain places. My daughter was born in Missouri. She was a couple weeks early but considered full term. She was 4lbs. 7oz. and needed oxygen for 8 1/2 months. We decided to move to Louisiana where majority of my family lives for extra help with my older girls and Madi pretty much stayed in the hospital the whole month we were there. She came home for a week and a half. Then we decided to move to Wisconsin where my other aunt lives, and at 1st they were trying to get her stable. A year and a half later, she started visiting the docs every 3 months like most normal cf patients do. We took a trip to Missouri for Christmas and she got conjested and needed an extra breathing treatment our last day there. Do you think the colder weather is better for her and that she's just immune to living up north or could it really effect her health. Has anyone else had any of these problems, even just traveling? Any advice is greatly appreciated.
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