You’re on immunosuppresant so it becomes quite a task to deal with any infection, no matter how minor it is in a healthy patient. Do you have a history of COPD? Did a pulmonologist priscribed Trelegy? Trelegy just got approved last year. Only one medication in Trelegy can dry up the mucus in your airway. But on the other hand, you don’t want it to be too dry then the mucus will stuck there and cause more problems. What I’m saying about nebulizer is actually not using any medication, just deliver the moisture deep into your lower airways to thin the mucus. Again, I’m no expert in lung disease. You’d better consult a specialist.
Many people mistakenly thought that transplant will cure PSC. That’s not exactly true. As my transplant coordinator emphasized, receiving transplant only means the exchange from a incurable disease to a manageable condition.