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... while. I had much internal discomfort even after I healed...I think it might have been some air infiltration through the tissue where there might have been some bleb formation but it didn't collapse. ... (3 replies)
Lung pain?
May 31, 2007
... inches on your back because this is the only way to get to an upper left lobe or a bleb talk to your doc's ,ask them what or where will you cut ? ... (2 replies)
Collapsed lung
Aug 1, 2005
... I can understand the emphysema since the lung cannot be fully expanded. ... (26 replies)

Lung bullae
Mar 21, 2002
... years ago thet resulted in the removal of his entire upper lobe of his right lung. He had a softball sized bleb, and a couple of small blebs on his lower lobe that were aslo removed. ... (0 replies)
... The thing about the areas being abraded too thinly makes sense, but the bleb thing doesn't. My surgeon said he saw no blebs when he operated, which is strange. ... (25 replies)
... through that area, even if a very tiny bleb has ruptured but not caused a collapse. ... (25 replies)
... I don't know what you mean exactly by "scope with pleurodesis", but the surgery wasn't made using a scope. It was a normal surgery in which the doctor made a chest surgery and removed all those blebs. ... (3 replies)
... at the top if you had bleb stitching? ... (3 replies)
... I don't see that your collapses were caused by blebs in the lung...did the doctor not mention that at all? ... (2 replies)
... The concern regarding rebuilding your lungs with protein intake is a moot point now. You have the power to maintain good lung function, and while the docs may be surprised at your interesting set of circumstances, you are young after all. ... (6 replies)
... I know, I thought it was a good thing, too, but they were a bit confused at first. lol It does make sense, though, with one lung only half working that my O2 level would be a bit lower. ... (6 replies)
... at least one with every meal....and feel better when I have it in my diet. It's good you're balancing it, however....too high protein can set you up for other issues. But, I don't see how using the supplement will be of harm. ... (6 replies)
Subpleural blebs
Feb 27, 2008
... es and nothing happens. If it was me I would find out from my doctor the chances of rupture and if there was any threat. I am guessing that if they found them in June and didn't say anything that there is no immediate threat in their eyes. I have had and will continue to get blebs but mine are emphysema related. ... (9 replies)
... i am 34, and have just recently been diagnosed with pleurisy in my left lung. I am trying to research a few things to help me understand what is going on. ... (3 replies)
... ever want to talk as well I am open for that. If I cant or dont no the answer to your question my roommate is a respiratory therapist and has been very helpful in helping me figure out what is going on. ... (4 replies)
... They placed a tube in his chest and removed it 2 days later because his lung had expanded. ... (8 replies)
... nny at all. Im the opposite im 4"11 and weigh about 125. I have been told because of the talc my lungs are scarred down to my chest wall and that can still pop a bleb but my lung will not collapse. This still hurt when it happens and i have too also sit in a certain position. ... (2 replies)
... The blebs I had were "congenital" .. I was born with the defect I guess. No others in my family have had a s. pneumothorax. Maybe during the formation of my lungs when I was nothing but cells moving about, there was some disruption...who knows. ... (7 replies)
... I think it would be darned near impossible to keep your son from getting a sponeaneous pheumothorax. At least he's living well, maybe it could work in his favour to have the oxygen exchange working, as well as keeping his lungs in good working order. ... (7 replies)
... en he was 17. He stayed on his meds. and did well, and then decided to just take himself off of everything. I have given him articles to read etc.. maybe he is in denial. For so many years since he was 5yrs. old he had been on medications, to the Doctor, x rays, etc.. often. ... (7 replies)

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