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... of this was a small nick in the lining of my lung during the biopsy. So after the chest tube was removed, so far I am doing well... ... (4 replies)
... It was suggested by dr to see a lung specialist to discuss it and monitor it .....well long story short I was using at the time and in my state of high forgot about it for 9 months. ... (0 replies)

... s as though your appointment went well and with the doc stating all is well.....your healing is on target. I would agree that the removal of the top part of the lung will always look different compared to the other. ... (7 replies)
... Allow yourself to be vulnerable for now so that you protect yourself while you heal. You'll know when you overdo, but it's normal to feel pain even with restricted activity. ... (7 replies)
... Well, for as long as I can remember, I would inhale, and occasionally I'd feel a sudden jolt of pain in my left lung, and it would hurt REALLY BAD. Afterwards, I would inhale and exhale deeply for a minute or two. I am really scared as to what it is. ... (0 replies)
... story apartment complex. Just going up stairs takes the wind out of me. I used to run up those stairs! Skipping steps! Today for instance, there's some pain in the right shoulder. It's not terrible, just, a dull pain. I still have pain from the surgical site. Muscles healing and sharp shooting pains once in a while. ... (7 replies)
... If one lung has collapsed, it's many times that the other one will follow, so you'd want the one lung healed without causing undue stress on it during that time. ... (7 replies)
... I was taken to the ER for an unrelated issue. While I was there I ended up having a chest CT scan. I was given some pain meds and sent home with no instructions to follow up on anything. ... (4 replies)
... muscle in my upper right shoulder. Granted, I may have been doing too much weight for too many reps and overdone it. It was a Friday, so naturally I thought the pain would go away and tried to enjoy the weekend. But the pain lingered. ... (7 replies)
Bronchiectasis ?
Apr 26, 2015
... producing. I've had constant pain in the right side of my chest since August. Not sure if that's caused by the bronchiectasis or what. All the drs. I've seen haven't been able to figure it out. ... (6 replies)
... mm nodule on my lung... It has been sent off to another Department, and I am awaiting to hear back... but on doing a little bit of my own research, I have seen lung nodules being linked to Rheumatoid Arthritis... now although I have been told I haven't got this, as the further blood tests done, confirm that... ... (0 replies)
Lung pain
Dec 24, 2010
... ong time. But he didn't feel it was necessary, obviously, and it's not bothering me like that now, the pleursy or whatever it was, but I am having either chronic lung pain or bone pain, I don't know which, but the pain is in the area of both my lungs. They did catch my blood pressure high. ... (27 replies)
Lung pain
Oct 27, 2010
... What type of lung disorder causes lung pain? ... (27 replies)
... lung pain when layin down (0 replies)
... ent it going straight on my chest , but it always does and i get short of breath when i cant cough it up from that right side it is most of the bottom of my lung that hurts? ... (2 replies)
Lung Pain
Jun 11, 2004
... I have asthma also, and when I'm having a bad day with it, I'll have back pain too. I've found that it's from having hyperinflated lungs from being unable to breathe out very well. It could be spasms too. ... (1 replies)
Lung Pain
Jun 10, 2004
... I was wondering if anyone could answer my question about my lung pain. I've had it for the past i'd say 3 years. It feels like i have pressure on my back and it hurts even more when i breath. ... (1 replies)
Right lung pain
Nov 28, 2003
... GERD is a good call! This pain might be classified somewhat as atypical chest pain. It's being attributed to the lung, but it may not be the lung at all! ... (10 replies)
... see a doctor for sure. Lungs dont have pain recepters, so you dont really have lung pain as such, but somthing like pleurisy will give you pain in your back. ... (6 replies)




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