... not just the chest area? ... (7 replies)
... yeah, i had the cough for like 2 weeks before i got the other symptoms and it was just a cough, no runny or stuffed nose, no sore throat, nothing.
get the chest x-ray. hopefully it'll be negative, and whatever it is you have will pass. good luck and feel better. (5 replies)
... If I cough long enough, then phlegm does come up. The dr. gave me cough syrup with codeine, which I've been able to tolerate. Woke up this morning feeling sicker, with tightness in my chest, so I'm calling the dr. first thing. I've never had anything like this before. I do have a chronic cough that comes and goes with the seasons and had just started taking singulair. ... (5 replies)
... You may have had walking pneumonia. I was diagnosed with it on August 18th after a quick onset of shortness of breath and sore throat. Dr. listened to my chest and heard wheezing. ... (5 replies)
... hear some movement in the bottom of my chest at the end of my inhales and some shortness of breath. i also was getting mild, short fevers and cold sweats a couple of nights. ... (5 replies)
... hear some movement in the bottom of my chest at the end of my inhales and some shortness of breath. i also was getting mild, short fevers and cold sweats a couple of nights. ... (0 replies)
... i am a smoker unfortunately...when lying down i hear a garling noise coming from chest or lungs and then when i cough or clear my throat it goes away instantly.. i'm assuming it's phlemg...also sometimes when lying down short of breath... ... (5 replies)
... for you but can sympathise with you, i seem to have very similar symptoms, i cough ever such a lot, mainly at night, then i get this sort of tickly feeling in my chest and throat, i feel like im sort of wheezing and i can hear a stange noise as well. I have found that i cant stop the cough until i retch? ... (2 replies)
... notice that i have some sort of phlegm in the back of my throat after it also, the same thing happens after i run, I get the same feeling, i have a weezing type noise when i breath, and when im laying down some times.. ... (2 replies)
... but even worse when he breathes in. When he lays close to me I can hear and feel this popping noise about the size of a quarter in the left side of his chest. Like air bubbles or something. I don't understand it. ... (3 replies)
... Mucus buildup in my lungs that I keep trying to get out, I cant get it by coughing because when I cough its dry but when I do the "hoh" noise or exhale quickly I can easily get it out. ... (4 replies)
... I was thinking maybe it's digestive. My stomach makes this weird rumbling noise when I breathe in. It's very tight. ... (2 replies)
... Hi on Wednesday i was scoped and was wondering what one i had.
I'll explain the problem was that every so often it felt like my throat was closing on me and i couldn't inhale a deep breath so the doctor sent me to the ENT.
So i was wondering which one was done as i found this strange, i have no local or general anesthetic he went up my left nostril told me to swallow a... (4 replies)
... ut to a radiologist and I will not have results back until tomorrow afternoon. The other dr wanted to diagnose me with pluerisy, but was perplexed by the lack of noise in my lungs and the fever, so is currently going with a 'chest wall injury'. ... (0 replies)
... My friend has emphysemia and her lungs sound clear,no noise at all. ... (0 replies)
... chest, you would be tired, you may run a fever, and it would be hard to breath. My doctor knew right away I had walking pneumonia because she heard a wheezing noise in my chest which was fluids. So I was treated with Avelox anitbiotics. A doctor would be able to hear it. Some doctors do send you for an xray. ... (3 replies)
... Hey whatuthink---I was diagnosed with COPD april/2008. Your symptoms sound IDENTICAL to mine! If you don't have COPD than three cheers for you. But if you do have COPD then your better off finding out NOW! COPD is a progressive disease that continues to get worse. The sooner you catch it the sooner you can learn how slow the progression of the disease. If you catch it... (5 replies)
... you say you are a smoker, unfortunatly, as if you have no choice in the matter, we all
had to quit, it is the hardest thing to do, but by realising this is the only life you will ever have and letting nicotine rule your life expectency you are shortining your ONLY life by years... don't admit defeat and quit cold turkey. Throw away all your ashtrays and matches and... (5 replies)
... Perhaps you have a simple case of pneumonia but you won't know until you get lungs assessed and or x-rayed. Not every smoker is going to have Cancer or COPD or Emphysema. But in any of the cases early detection is the key to recovery. So don't be afraid to go to the doctor...be afraid if you don't go. (5 replies)
... I agree - go see a pulmonolgist. You need some tests! And stop smoking NOW. It catches up with you sooner or later, trust me. You could have pneumonia. Go. (5 replies)