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... Well, you have a huge red flag above your head, and while I won't go into the smoking debate, you're literally playing for fire. ... (6 replies)
... is just where the collapse was initiated, be it a bleb, or a puncture from a rib breaking or a stab wound. ... (6 replies)
... I hope the medication will get you feeling better and that the side effects will lessen with time. ... (7 replies)

My baby sister
May 12, 2004
... don't want to do a big surgery that requires opening her chest and roughing up the lung so it could make a type of cover on her lung with blood so it could cover the hole and I was wondering if anybody has had this done or could it close by itself? ... (0 replies)
What I know
May 18, 2002
... I am a 16 years old. I have had four "pneumos" in the past two months, three on the right and one on the left. After the second pneumo on the right lung I underwent surgery with a fiberobtics scope in which a bleb the size of a half dollar was cut off of the lung and stapled shut. ... (0 replies)
... I just read your post and just wondering how you could not go to the hospital if you think that you lung colapsed again. ... (32 replies)
... other than my doctors and family who really dont understand what I am going through. If you 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)
... Hi my names is Angela and I have had two surgies on my lungs because of blebs. Im not tall and skinny at all. Im the opposite im 4"11 and weigh about 125. ... (2 replies)
... I think it would be darned near impossible to keep your son from getting a sponeaneous pheumothorax. At least he's living life.....as 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)
... Hey guys im new to the boards becasue i have been thinking about what happend in 2001. ... (0 replies)
... your lung collapses. Given the circumstances they will remove the bleb and perform different types of surgeries. I don't know the names of them but I'll describe mine. They removed it and "glued" my lung in place with talc. ... (3 replies)




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