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... The lungs can remove debris from themselves like tar and dust, I've heard that scaring or actual tissue damage is not repairable. ... (1 replies)
... It's been about 30 yrs since being in the nursing field so I'll give you an outdated guess. the pain in the left quadrant in your chest is probable over strained muscle from out of shape diaphram. The IBS is a whole different matter. ... (2 replies)
... I can understand your frustration, when something is wrong, and even has the doctors baffeld! ... (2 replies)

... information and insight you can give me. My father has PF...I believe he received an actual diagnosis maybe a year or so ago. He has had lung problems for most of his life. ... (8 replies)
... well I have2 of those three things....I just skipped the pleurisy part. And I'm a smoker too, who is having a real hard time quitting! ... (6 replies)
... Sorry I didn't reply before now, I've been in the hospital. I was doing the preliminary tests for the lung transplant when I got a staph infection at the heart cath. test site. ... (19 replies)
... bacterial infection, though that is not the sole indicator, least that I've heard. ... (9 replies)
... Thanks for the reply, I am just hoping it is something like mold that can be cleard up rather easy. The only thing when I was looking at the xrays they were everywhere, lots of them looked to me to be mainly on the outer insides of the lungs. ... (2 replies)
Help!!
Mar 11, 2003
... I have begun having recurrent problems with my sinuses and lungs. It all started around the time a "moldy" smell started in our building at work. In the beginning I was diagnosed with GERD, esophagitis, and inflamation of the muscles over my vocal cords. ... (1 replies)
... all i know is its an infection in the lining of the lungs. it becomes inflamed and when you breathe the inflamed area and your lung touch which causes the pain. normally the two don't touch. they don't know what always causes it. i had another viral infection in January that i'm told lead to this infection. ... (1 replies)
... I help a friend take down an interior wall of his 60 year old house. The wall is a plaster wall containing no insulation. ... (12 replies)
Lung nodules
Oct 30, 2009
... I had some sort of coughing that went on for a couple of months, with some mucus dischard. ... (0 replies)
... Thanks! I might try that. From all the tests so far only my lungs seem to be the problem. ... (2 replies)
Bronchiectasis
Nov 16, 2007
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Bronchiectasis
Nov 15, 2007
... ion in her mouth that no dermatolgist has been able to diagnose and treat. This infection is painful mostly around her mouth and sometime white blisters form on the sides of her mouth, lips and under her tongue. All this is complicated by the fact the she has asthma and is required to take breathing treatments twice a day. ... (1 replies)
... Was just wondering if anyone has heard of this treatment. I have Lupus that has affected my lungs. I had a open lung biopsy this past November and was diagnosed with interstitial lung disease. ... (3 replies)
... I've read about people having them for no apparent reasons, because of cancer, because of infections, because of trauma.... ... (6 replies)
... They took some fluid from his lungs and twice the results came as accute inflamation, but I have learned that it does not guarantee that it is not cancer. ... (48 replies)
... Pleurisy can be caused by a viral infection. Have the doctor's ruled out Valley Fever? ... (6 replies)
... ray of lungs and found 3 nodules ..biggest is 5mm.. ... (6 replies)


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