How will my restrictive lung disease affect my children?

Dr. Jeanne Morrison, PhD
Family Practitioner

Your own restrictive lung disease may make it more likely that your children will suffer from restrictive lung disease, as doctors suspect a genetic link. You may also need to be careful regarding playful or strenuous activities including games with your children. Strenuous activities may leave you unable to take in oxygen as you should.

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