Breathing problems with diaphragm protrusion
Hello, I have the following problem: I have a diaphragmatic hernia. The following examinations were carried out: ultrasound, x-ray, ct, mrt and a lungoscopy. A tumour was ruled out. The diaphragm on the right is non-functional. The doctors think I have to live with this condition. My problem is that I have trouble breathing. With light exertion, e.g. staircase, 2nd floor, walking 200 metres, I am so out of breath that I need about 10 minutes to breathe normally again. I work independently in the field. I can hardly keep up with my work. I am 51 years old. Therapy: Breathing technique and hot roll. I have not yet seen any improvement. Is there anything else that can improve my situation?
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