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... If you had pneumothorax, your lung would have been adhered to the pleural cavity either through talc abrasion or physical abrasion or both. The blebs would have been stitched as well. ... (3 replies)
... I don't know what you mean exactly by "scope with pleurodesis", but the surgery wasn't made using a scope. It was a normal surgery in which the doctor made a chest surgery and removed all those blebs. I have the feeling below the place where the surgery was made. Thanks anyway. I will make the x-ray tomorrow and see what it will show (I hope it shows nothing)... (3 replies)
... It could be that as your lung is expanding as you're healing, part of it is stretching a bit more than it did before and maybe rubbing over a rib? ... (3 replies)

... I had a pneumothorax surgery 3 weeks ago in my left lung and everything went well. But few days ago I started feeling like something is knocking my left lung when I breath. This feeling goes and then returns again. ... (3 replies)
... weeks ago in the emergency room, starting from unknown reasons, and now find out that I have nerve damage to the left side of my diaphragm. Although the pleurisy pain is lessening now, the diaphragm condition makes it very hard to lie down, so breathless and panicky feeling, and any exertion finds me breathless too. ... (0 replies)
... lay down, and was breathing shallowly as every breath made it worse. I don't know how to explain the feeling I have had with it, but it is not the typical sharp pain I understand most people get with pleurisy, but the discomfort was just as bad as any pain I have had. ... (0 replies)
... an. I started warfarin and two months later experienced symptoms again. I went to the Dr and had another CT scan to check for more clots and was diagnosed with a lung infection. I took antibiotics and had a chest xray to confirm that it had cleared up. The xray came back normal. ... (2 replies)
... What were the findings of the right lung base? ... (6 replies)
... rtagener's Syndrome and he ordered me the vest that I have to use two times a day for 20 minutes. I lost my job because of being sick all the time and having the pain on the right side witch they still do not know why I'm having the pain. ... (1 replies)
... I went to the ER last night, for back pain and a tight chest. ... (6 replies)
Ct results.
Jul 6, 2014
... story short. Been smoking about 40 years diagnosed with COPD and Bullous Emphysema a long while back. Anyway started coughing up streaks of blood and having some pain in upper left chest. CT scan revealed an 8cm x 5cm mass in upper left lung and possible enlargement of esophageal and aortic lymph nodes. ... (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)
... I've had lung pain off and on. ... (6 replies)


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