i have been a smoker for only 5 years. but just in the past 5 years i have been smoking, i tend to get bronchtis quite frequently. i wake up most mornings coughing up flem that is a greenish yellowish color. i have been on several kinds of antibiotics but they only calm the symptons temporarily. sometimes when i breath in i wheez. i constently seem to have to clear my throat due to i always seem to have congestion coming from the throat. i get vertigo alot followed with fatigue. my daily activities seem more challenging due to not having the amount of energy i used to have. also, seeming to run out of breath easier. simply walking on a treadmill for long periods of time is exhausting. i am concerned because i am young my grandmother died of lung cancer and my grandfather from emphemsema. please notify me if these are signs of chronic bronchitis and what to do if so.Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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