I made a long post a month or so back describing all the symptoms I've felt for ~1 year now, and they remain persistent despite quitting smoking/vaping 6 months ago.
I recently went to my pulmonologist for another check-up, and was told my spirometry was normal. Despite this, certain #s in my bloodwork (specifically, monocyte automated) remains above the normal limit (as it has been for many months) even though I have not being sick for around 3 months at this point; this leads me to believe I have chronic inflammation suggestive of chronic bronchitis.
I've attached my previous 2 spirometry results and would love if anyone has a good interpretation of where I stand in relation to COPD. If the results appear normal, as my doctor said, I really don't get how - based on the symptoms I have (feel free to click on my page for my last post to see what I've been experiencing).
The computer image of spirometry is from ~2 months ago, and the paper image is from today. To me, the primary fear is that even if the numbers look normal now at 22 years old, they will decline over the next few years because of the damage I did to my lungs.
I really appreciate anyone who takes the time out of their day to comment.