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Right lung pain
Nov 28, 2003
... Hotchick...a PFT doesn't involve a full body box....it includes things like spirometry and also FVC and FEV1 volume. You can do that in a respiratory lab with just a little bit of special equipment, but not much. ... (10 replies)
... There are respiratory therapy techniques that can help reduce the effects of lung injury or severe lung illness. No personal knowledge there, I just know the treatment exists. ... (4 replies)
... It's an area in the left lung, cant pinpoint exactly but its always the same and more specific on 'bad days' with it. Also the general upper respiratory area hurts. Painful cough that also worsens when its bad. ... (4 replies)

... I got a severe flu late January this year, and ever since, have had rather bad pain in a very specific spot in the left lung. ... (4 replies)
Lung pain
Dec 6, 2010
... her example, and maybe you're the perfect person to ask this. I have nodules in my lungs. Not a big concern since I had been really sick last year with several respiratory infections after another. A repeat scan showed more nodules and they are growing larger and there is more scarring. ... (27 replies)
... se and it has been about a month and a half. My chest feels like i have a brick on it, i have shortness of breath and it has been plain misery.. I went to take a lung function test and after two MORE weeks of pain and discomfort my doctor called me and told me the results came back NORMAL! ... (0 replies)
... Oh okay,, I didn't know that.. I was diagnosed with upper respiratory syndrome. I have trouble breathing, it slows down too much, and my oxygen drops.. But no apnea. However, one nurse told me this was normal for someone. ... (6 replies)
... be honest. Smoking has stopped... I did hear back from the doctor though. He said, "Your CT scans came back normal, there was nothing found that would cause the pain on your right side. This is great news." What he didnt address was the nodule or the kidney stone on the left side. ... (3 replies)
... t infections. I suspect the nodules are also scar tissue related to that. If you smoke, you should see this as a wake up call and stop. If you have some type of respiratory symptoms, then get them checked out. Otherwise, just follow up on the nodule as the doctors recommend but in the mean time, live your life. ... (3 replies)
... Just curious if this is his left lung or right lung? ... (3 replies)
... They put me in the burn unit for three weeks. Once the blisters subsided, they sent me home. Four days later I was rushed back to University Hospital in full respiratory arrest. That day in early July, they put a trachea in and I was put onto full life support. ... (9 replies)
... I had a right side pneumothorax in July. I had an Aspiration and then a chest drain inserted too. After 5 painful days in hospital, the lung back up and i was discharged. After a few days at home I quickly started to feel quite unwell. ... (7 replies)
... Smoking is bad for you. Leads to many respiratory problems. I have seen a lot of people with COPD and Emphysema that they got from smoking waiting on a lung transplant list to save their life. To get listed they had to stop smoking and be nicotine free for 6 months. I heard that it was hard for them to quit. ... (1 replies)
Post surgery pain
Jan 31, 2007
... Hi, I am new here and hope I can find some info and maybe someone who has the same problems. 5 year ago Feb. I had the lower lobe of my left lung removed because of a carcinoid tumor. These are strange tumors and usually come in the intestines. ... (4 replies)
... These are totally unexpected findings. My Orthopedic doctor was investigating right hip pain and a positive bone scan. The bone scan showed hot spots on my right hip and right 8th rib. He suspected stress fractures. ... (3 replies)
... Lung pain is not typically described as "achy", usually described as stabbing, burning, very sharp and abrupt, and associated with the respiratory cycle (especially inspiration.) The heart palpitations and fluttering should be checked out on ECG. Preferably the ten-second twelve-lead sort. Pulmonary hypertension is exceedingly exceedingly exceedingly rare. Don't worry... (3 replies)
... Ray and said he could not believe I could walk into hospital. My Right lung was almost a complete white out. They put me on an IV and started to feed me three types of antibiotics and did a heart echo. ... (1 replies)
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... Feb. what noone told me until this past week is that one of my lungs is "tenting" i asked what that meant and she rolled her eyes and said that the lining in my lung wall is thickened. so i have to get another scan tomarrow and blood work. ... (1 replies)
... agnosis. I was originally told I would be admitted and they were waiting on a bed. They give me two breathing treatments, a couple hours on oxygen, saline, and a respiratory IV drug plus levaquin. I went home with a prescription for levaquin and Phenergan. They said I looked too good to be admitted. ... (5 replies)


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