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Back pain?
Oct 23, 2003
... Can anyone tell me if back pain is a symptom of lung cancer? ... (2 replies)
... My sister's only symptom of her lung cancer was excruciating back pain. For months they sent her to physical therapy and said it was a bulging disc. ... (5 replies)
... t completely take away the pain. Now, 13 weeks out, they don't want to give me any more narcotics. I do fine during the day, but by nightfall the burning searing pain cuts across my breast to my nipple. Wearing a bra is almost impossible. ... (0 replies)

... a few months later I was in hosp for 5 nights with pneumonia. The pleuritic type pain has never gone away but 3 chest xrays show it's clear? ... (8 replies)
... The pain could be severe arthritis, fed by her immobility, and by the fact we reside in a steamy Southern climate. Or it could be metastastic cancer. ... (8 replies)
... Does anyone have any suggestions or variations of medicine to relieve excruciating pain? ... (4 replies)
Back pain?
Oct 25, 2003
... It depends on where in the lung the tumour is, and if it has spread. But yeah, back pain is usually a symptom of a lung cancer once it's spread because it likes to spread to the spine. ... (2 replies)
... been sensitive to smoke. I couldn't ever smoke a pack a day they wouldn't let me so ive always been about 10 a day.But recently ive been up to about 16. Ive cut back over the last few days to about 9 or 10 because of the cough. ... (21 replies)
... o in order to provide a more safe margin. He said if it hadn't been discovered for another couple months I would have lost the entire lung. I was on a spinal tap pain machine at first and then a morphine drip. ... (6 replies)
... My July follow up ct scan was clean as was the brain ct scan. I had pain and numbness from the cut nerves for about 4 months though it was not as intense after a couple months. ... (10 replies)
... a......I cannot help but feel your burden as you watch your husband go through these horrid times. Like yours, my hubby is a clown even in the face of terrible, excruciating pain. when we went to ER on Fri he was cracking jokes, using himself as the whipping post. He said if he doesn't laugh he will cry. ... (2 replies)
... will try to make this brief. My husband is currently in the ICU recovering from skin flap surgery. In other words, they drafted muscle and tissue from his lower back and the right side of his stomach to fill his open chest space. Hopefully, the pleural will stop leaking and getting infected. ... (2 replies)
... s onc, has advised him to just deal with the pain. Even his surgeon who installed the chest tube referred him back to his onc. It was as if no one wanted to deal with his pain issue. His onc tried to deal with it by increasing his dosage of pain medicine. ... (3 replies)
Lung Nodules
Feb 20, 2004
... Happy to receive clean bill of health. Nodules were caused from living in Ohio - exposure to pigeon poop that is in the air. You don't even have to be in close contact with them. Doc said zero chance of turning into cancer and zero reason to follow up with future x-rays. :) (1 replies)
Lung Nodules
Feb 17, 2004
... ems, have run a fever up to 103.8 with no explained reason, am very fatigued, have had an "elevated" sedimentation rate for as long as I can remember. The chest pain is excruciating. The doctor ordered a CAT Scan tonight to check for what he called pleural effusion and also to get a better look at the lung nodule. ... (1 replies)

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