I've been on oxygen 24/7 for 2 1/2 yrs now but was just diagnosed two weeks ago with pulmonary fibrosis. My son knows something is wrong and he really worries. He can see that I'm having a hard time breathing but I ususally just make up some other excuse. Should i tell him anything about it and how much? I also have myasthenia gravis so he already has alot of anxiety about my health and I don't want to make it harder on him. Anyone in a similar situation?
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