I am kind of like you, I have been healthy for the past 14 years and been hospitalised 3 times. I NEVER do physio even though I have a flutter.....except maybe when I'm in hospital or sick at home. My doctor just insists tthat I just continue to take my meds and keep swimming, running and doing heaps of sport. I sometimes find it hard to find 'time' to do the flutter and stuff cos i'm supposed to do it every day but i don't. So i also find it hard to motivate myself because it's just soooo boring, breath out, breath out, blah blah blah. When I had to inhale Tobra I used to read a book and then the taste used to make me wanna throw up so I had a stash of tic tacs ready to pour into my mouth. I know that taking your meds is important to good health and all that but they need to understand that it can be boring and feels like it isn't doing anything. My mum is a doctor and so she lectures me even more! She also rings my doctor when the slightest thing is wrong, cos I've had osteomyletis and peri-arthritis in my ankle and I still have ankle problems after all the antibiotics to cure it! That's about all I can think about now!
Haha, wow, you sound just like me, but a bit more active. I'm still not really doing my treatments, except now I'm actually getting sick! For the first time ever, my x-rays showed lung scarring (that wasn't there last year I might add) and signs of Bronchiectasis (also wasn't ever there). I think I pretty much screwed myself over. And about those inhale things like Tobi and the Saline solution stuff, Jolly Ranchers work waayyyy better than tic tacs!
I totally get what you mean about the treatments being boring and stuff. But, for the first time ever, I did my own appointment! Like, I asked my mom to stay in the waiting room or something, because I wanted to handle it on my own. A definite step up the maturity ladder in my opinion. But I have to get used to it, cuz I only get 2 more visits to the clinic I go to now, and have gone to for 15 years before I have to move to an adult hospital in January (sniff). So I have to get used to doing EVERYTHING on my own. I'm kind of excited.