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ARDS - Acute Respitory Distress Syndrome

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  • Posted By: Destined
  • December 19, 2006
  • 04:06 PM

Looking for others who have experienced this mysterious ordeal who can relate to it's long term effects.

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    Anonymous 42,789 Replies
    • January 6, 2007
    • 08:14 AM
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  • you can add me to the list of the lucky ones who have survived ards, I have had it twice in the last 3 years.. and yes, it has left me with several things to overcome... i have difficulties walking up stairs, my memory is not anything like it use to be, muscle aches and pains, and so much more. The scariest part is that I dont know why I keep getting it nor can the doctors tell me why. So I can relate to the post ards troubles. They are real regardless of what others might think. Outwardly, I look ok, inwardly I aint so good! :rolleyes:
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