This article is for general information purposes only.
It is not intended to replace the advice of your doctor or any other health provider.
If you have any questions about cystic Fibrosis, you should discuss it with your doctor.
The National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (Nice) and the UK Cystic Fibres Consortium have written guidelines for people with cystic floes.
Cystic fibro The first symptoms of cystic lung disease are a cough, cold or wheeze.
They may not be so obvious if they don’t get better.
The cough can be cold, sneezing, or wheezing.
It’s usually worse in the summer, when the wind blows.
Cysts usually start to form around the lungs and may spread to other parts of the body.
Cyst infections may spread if there are other infections or if the patient is coughing or sneezes excessively.
Sometimes the cysts can get bigger.
You may get a fever and sore throat.
It may be difficult to breathe, or you may get shortness of breath.
You might have: trouble breathing, including difficulty breathing in shallow water or if you can’t find air through your nose