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... ame problems. I still feel at times like my lung has collapsed. I never got any rehabilitation help after my 2 week stay in I.C.U. after the LVRS. I hear that my lungs shouldn't be those of a 68 year old mane at my age. ... (0 replies)
Subpleural Blebs
Feb 24, 2012
... Blebs on the right apex of the lung. Other fields of the lungs are are clear. Pulmonologist prescribed Spiriva supposedly to aid me in my breathing . ... (2 replies)
Subpleural Blebs
Feb 22, 2012
... Hi...Were the blebs on both lungs? ... (2 replies)

... what cause blebs in lungs (0 replies)
Subpleural blebs
Jun 29, 2008
... ere reactions to anesthesia, and ventilator lung damage. I know when I did see the pulmonologists at Mayo clinic they were suprised at the amount of damage in my lungs for someone my age being 43. First question was did I have asthma as a child . ... (9 replies)
Subpleural blebs
Jun 29, 2008
... He had an episode last April of 07..where his lungs collapsed, and they suspected bullae in there, but at the time, we didn't want to put him thru the surgery, so opted to bring him home, and hope for the best... ... (9 replies)
Subpleural blebs
Jun 29, 2008
... pain meds, but i just gave him some after reading your post. He wants to play, his appetite is great, and the only problem is that he gets winded so easy..Do the lungs need to take time to adapt to filling up without the section that was removed? ... (9 replies)
Subpleural blebs
Feb 28, 2008
... Michelle, I have what they call scattered larger "bullae" throughout my lungs. I believe these are a larger version of the "blebs". I too have emphesema like Jeff stated.(Young onset, Im 43 and being tested for a genetic deficiency to see if thats the cause for the early emphesema) I have NOT suffered from spontaneous pneumothorax at this point. I did just have part of my... (9 replies)
... they stapled the blebs and removed them then he fussed the linnings of the lungs to make the risks of future collapses. ... (4 replies)
... That is too bad that they won't operate on him again, thats usually not a good sign. I too have weak lungs now, my right lung is so damaged from the surgeries and collapsing that it can not handle much more torture. ... (4 replies)
... The surgeon told him that he would NOT operate on him again. That his lungs do not heal as quickly as they should anymore. The surgeon is head of heart and lung surgery in our area. ... (4 replies)
... ause this area was considered "dead". The right lung I had surgery on 5 years ago and 5 years prior to that. The last time they removed a partial area because blebs developed on it again. ... (4 replies)
... He says he can't handle another surgery. His surgeries never went well and he always had severe lung leaking. It took forever for his lungs to seal again, he even had to go home with a chest tube and valve on. ... (4 replies)
... each surgery was done to both lungs to correct the collapse. They went in with "probes" and basicaly stapled up the hole on the top from the blebs. ... (8 replies)
... and I then had surgery done to that lung just like my left one. When my lungs collapsed i was doing nothing more then just sitting at my house. ... (8 replies)
... The blebs are weak areas, might not be visible to be removed, and some don't "blow"...they just remain somewhat weak. ... (3 replies)
... P.S. I'm sorry and re edited this. I see why after my original writing what the blep thing was about. Your son has them on his lungs and I am so sorry to here this. I'm not sure what it means but I would definitely mention it to your doctor if you test positive for Systemic Mastocytosis. ... (2 replies)
... apses. My lung capacity always feels diminished or less than it should be and I am easily winded. In fact, I have just gotten so used to pain and tightness in my lungs that it pretty much goes unnoticed until now. Could these cysts be causing the pain? ... (3 replies)
... and the pulmonary specialist said that my sons blebs are caused by his congenital diaphragmatic hernia. ... (3 replies)
... showed no scar tissue or trapped air. The Dr. could not believe how good my sons lungs looked. So needless to say when we were told of possible trapped air I was in shock. I kept my cool I didn't want to let my son know how nervous I was. ... (2 replies)

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