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... MOST IMPORTANTLY i can feel a slight rattle in my lungs when i inhale. It started when i was using the daily inhaler, so i thought it might be related but i've stopped that weeks ago and i still have the rattling. ... (0 replies)
Oct 28, 2007
... A rattle can often be heard with bronchitis. ... (1 replies)
Oct 27, 2007
... I have been to doctor twice he hears rattle in my left lung. I am coughing and running nose for 2 weeks. He calls it bronchitis. Is it bronchitis? ... (1 replies)

... Ah....I hadn't thought about the drainage factor. I do have allergies, and take Allegra and Nasonex for them daily. My "rattle" happens at the end of the breath too, but only after I have been sleeping on my back. Thanks for the info on your experience! (2 replies)
... I don't know how else to describe it, really. I have noticed for a while now that if I sleep on my back, when I wake up, I have this rattle in my lungs when I take a deep breath. It kinda tickles...kinda feels like congestion when you are sick...but it is just at the end of the deep breath in. ... (2 replies)
... September of 2016, I started feeling a strange rattle, went to walk in and she said my lungs were full. It seemed to go away. That winter I got sick but wasn't in my lungs. ... (6 replies)
Bronchiectasis ?
Apr 14, 2015
... negative for that! I still have a rattle sound right below my throat in my lungs. Shouldn't it have gone away by now? ... (11 replies)
...'re actually the first person i've come across to describe a problem similar to mine except without the pain. I've been short of breath for over 2 months and can feel a rattle deep in my lungs when i inhale(although my chest sounds clear to dr.) i had a clear CT of neck and chest. i describe it all in my recent thread...i've had asthma my whole life and... (2 replies)
... ery single day, I am feeling short of breath with pain in the right side where the lung is, and still, into my back and up into the shoulder blade. I can feel a rattle deep down in that lung when I breathe deeply, but still, my lungs sound perfectly clear when listened to. ... (2 replies)
... Is there ever a wheeze or a rattle in the lungs? ... (17 replies)
... ay and he did some accupuncture on me for the first time. I don't know if it works, but it was an experience! The herbs he's given me are supposed to open up the lungs and stimulate the immune system, but I don't think I've found any noticeable releif yet. ... (217 replies)
My bronchitis deal
Jan 16, 2008
... weekly shots and mentioned I wasn't feeling well. He examnined me and listened to my chest and lungs and said "you're wheezing" and I said that I thought I had heard a rattle. ... (8 replies)
... st to monitor things. After reading all these posts, you may have seen that the "impression" findings on my scans have varied. For the most part, they believe my lungs to have several areas of scarring. That's not to say that they are sure...that's why they are monitoring them. ... (91 replies)
... I have the same thing but mine's just on one side (left). It's kind of like a vibration and after awhile (sometimes several hours) it clears. Mine like yours is on inspiration. (usually late in the inspiration that I kind of hear a wheeze). One thought on why it happens at night is reflux may be causing it. It can cause voice box swelling and even sometimes get into the... (2 replies)
... Any new ideas or thoughts would be much appreciated. I know it's complex but I'm so tired of this rattle and vibration down there. ... (4 replies)
I am freaked out
Sep 29, 2004
... eaths to open it up. Mostly on the left side. My throat kind of hurts too. When I fall asleep on my back I get really scared when I wake up because I feel a deep rattle in my left lung, occasionally in my right as well. ... (0 replies)
... Yup. Gravity. Makes sense, right? Pleurisy tends to be pretty localized whereas pleuritis tends to spread out all over your pleura. Bacteria have greater mass than pleural fluid, therefore they'd sink towards the bottom. The bit about trying to feel the rub -- stethoscopes are very, very sensitive. Sometimes they hear things very quietly and sometimes they hear things very... (22 replies)

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