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... the results would benefit you, how it would change your treatment, what the recovery would take and what all could go wrong. I went in for a bronchoscopy and my lung collapsed. It wouldn't stay inflated and I agreed to a lung biopsy just so they would take out the chest tube and move it to another place. ... (5 replies)
... a chest tube. I had never smoked or drank so this was extremely odd to me! Tests showed I had blebs aka blisters that were congenital. ... (7 replies)
... that is where I found out the tube was in wrong and then had another chest tube put in. I was out of that hospital in a week.To answer your question about pain yes I had pain for the first year but only in the am when I got up. ... (7 replies)

Collapsed lung
Aug 2, 2005
... We saw the surgeon yesterday and he is now scheduled for surgery, funny thing is they said the tube sight was infected but didn't give him any antibotics and said it would not effect the surgery. ... (26 replies)
... and the room began to spin. Well.. I blacked out for a few minutes from lack of oxygen. My xray came back, said my lung was almost fully collapsed and filled about halfway with blood. I almost fainted . ... (25 replies)
... I know the battle that you are going through. I was taking 3 kinds of antibiotics, totaling 2400mg. a day. I took probiotics for my stomach/ intestinal problems twice a day. I took them for a year and a half. I lost 28 lbs., and, at times, felt like just throwing in the towel and giving up. However, God saw me through it, and, in the end, I came out a stronger person from... (2 replies)
... and they put in a chest tube, 11 days later I was released from the hospital only to have it collapse again a month later. ... (2 replies)
... Hello, I am very lost in my lung disease. All I know and the only answer I can get is I have C.O.P.D. ... (0 replies)
... nothing out of the ordinary, which was a relief, but still kind of disconcerting. I say that, because it's really not that nice when you go to the hospital for chest pain and they give the "I dunno" response. ... (0 replies)
Need Advice...
May 4, 2011
... Okay starting in 1997 I was in 11th grade in my Algebra 2 class and I feel a pop in my chest and almost immediate severe stabbing pain in my chest.. ... (0 replies)
Need Advice...
May 4, 2011
... Okay starting in 1997 I was in 11th grade in my Algebra 2 class and I feel a pop in my chest and almost immediate severe stabbing pain in my chest.. ... (0 replies)
Lung collapsed
Mar 22, 2011
... I had my lung collapse for the first time i had a tube inserted on sat night and sent home 6 hrs later to come back on monday to get the tube pulled what should i expect to experience and what are the recovery times for something like this and is the disconfort normal in my chest and back (0 replies)
... I would not recommend a lung biopsy. ... (13 replies)
... thorax's, the first being in 1994 on my right side, a chest tube was inserted it took 7 days to expand the. ... (0 replies)
... I had a chest tube for 8 days. over the next 2 years it happened to me 2 more times. Finally i had surgery. ... (3 replies)
... collapsed. i ended up with a chest tube for 8 days. after that i was okay until 2years ago, it collapsed again, just not as bad. 2 months later it did it again, thats when they told me i had blebs on my lungs. ... (1 replies)
... I had major blebs on my right lung and it collapsed 90% and the rest filled with blood.I had an emergency chest tub put in 9 days later they where planning to staple the blebs by going thrue the side but the day before my left collapsed because of the pressure from holding up from the right that included another chest tube and the next day my doctor had to do a full open lung... (4 replies)
Neumothoraix
Aug 23, 2006
... I just had the chest tube in for about 5 days till my lung reinflated. I was on morphine while I was in the hospital, but am not on any pain killers at all now. ... (5 replies)
... Blebs are like ruptured air sacs in your lungs, that release air into the pleural space, causing a collapsed lung. ... (10 replies)
... the rare heredtary form of emphysema, since you are so young and have been through so much, I would think your doctor would test you and have you on a list for a lung transplant. It is so scary when your lung can just collapse when you are not even doing anything, same with my husband. ... (8 replies)


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