After 15 years i've been MISDIAGNOSED for all the time with asthma.
I'm now experiencing intermittant hypoxic respiratory failure with a severe anion gap acidosis, severe tachycardia, lactic acidosis that comes and goes usually with an onset following an acute upper respiratory infection.
I've now been wheezing more frequently than ever before, have air hunger, shortness of breath, tachypnea and chronically low serum bicarbonate levels.
I'm being told I may have a mitochondrial disorder and probably have had symptoms since I Was a teenager. So here we are with NO diagnosis!
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