When I had my ct to check for a thymoma of my thymus, it was found that I had nodules on my lungs. I was sent to a pulminologist. I won't know anything for about 4 months because they'll have to do another ct to see the progression of the nodules, if any. The pulminologist told me I needed to get a vaccine for pneumonia because myathenics are prone to developing pneumonia and it can be very dangerous for us due to the weakness. I had the vaccine, this was about 6 weeks ago. Over this past week, I have developed a lot pain and weakness in my chest and have come down with a bad cough and congestion. Has anyone else had the vaccine and does anyone know just how effective the vaccine is? It's becoming very difficult for me to breath especially at night so I lose alot of sleep for fear of not waking up. I'm scheduled in the next week for a c-pap but not sure I can wait that long. Any feedback on any of this would be helpful,,thanks!
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