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If you’ve ever smoked and think you may have COPD, talk to your doctor.

Demand a spirometry test.   Be proactive.

The early stages of COPD are often unrecognized in part because many individuals discount symptoms such as breathlessness, chronic cough, and bringing up phlegm as a normal part of getting older or an unexpected consequence of

cigarette smoking. 

Some people whose breathlessness is very severe may avoid seeking treatment because learning they have COPD is frightening. The most common cause of COPD is cigarette smoking. For people who smoke, the most effective strategy

to prevent COPD is to quit smoking.


If you’ve ever smoked and think you may have COPD, talk to your doctor.

Demand a spirometry test.   Be proactive.

 

For more information take the free COPD learning modules produced by Living Well with COPD

www.livingwellwithCOPD.com