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... in the hospital I had open lung surgery the stapled the blebs and fused the lungs, I still have bad pain and also have scar neuroma so I am on pain management. give it time, see a pain doctor to see what they can do. I am getting nerve block shots in the scar and pain areas 2x a month. ... (7 replies)
... Shargirl yes it was only the one time but it did do a partial collapse several years ago due to a fall at work when 4 ribs broke but I didn't need a chest tube and did not have to go into the hospital and it inflated in a few days. ... (7 replies)
... likely causing the pain and numbness, but it's better for me to hear from some with the same or similar circumstances. Thanks! ... (7 replies)

... Shargirl My husband had Lung cancer and had his right upper lobe removed july 2005 (also a non smoker) and he still has the numbness due to nerve damage. That could be your case as far as the deep breath pains like I posted that was what I got when I woke up in the morning and that lasted for about a year.Just take a few deep breaths and see what happenes mine would stop... (7 replies)
... I had a Pneumothorax some 30 years ago and was in the hospital for a month. ... (7 replies)
... But a week after the second one was gone, I started having chest pains in the area. I checked up on it with doctors a few months later and got nothing. Then followed up with a pulmonologist recently. ... (7 replies)
... may be mild atelectasis or infiltrate within the right middle lobe. Otherwise, the lungs appear clear. The cardiac silhouette is within normal limits in size. No pneumothorax or pleural effusion. Osseous structures appear intact. ... (8 replies)
... They placed a tube in his chest and removed it 2 days later because his lung had expanded. ... (8 replies)
Apr 28, 2005
... but the pain was horrific. ... (20 replies)

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