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... cough. Following this I developed a pain in my back which feels as if it is directly across from the pain in my rib cage below the breast. It has been seven weeks since the initial pain started, and I still have it. ... (2 replies)
... I have had a cough since March, BUT it has changed some. ... (0 replies)
... I have had a cough since March, BUT it has changed some. ... (1 replies)

... live a very healthy lifestyle and have cut out all dairy, wheat, red meat and sugar. I have noticed that when the weather changes I do have a much harder time with breathing and that side will ache and pain. It's especially bad if my nose is stopped up on the left. ... (7 replies)
... It doesnt happen real often but often enough, I will be breathing normally and then I will get a real sharp pain in one of my lungs. If I breathe in deep it hurts like hell, if I breathe out all the way it hurts like hell. ... (0 replies)
... I had a dry cough for about 2 months now. i smoke on the weekends occansionally and drink heavily on the weekends. when the dry cough started, i had a tingly feelingin my chest. about a month later, it turned in to pressure. ... (8 replies)
... from an MD that had more experience in treating the disease. His first comment to me was that I didn't look like a "MAC patient". Needless to say, I left there with no more knowledge than I had when I arrived. I told my pulmonologist what he said, and that I felt I didn't need to go see him again. ... (2 replies)
... I was diagnosed with MAC in May 2013. ... (2 replies)
... and was diagnosed with asthma a few days ago. The doctor made the diagnosis after performing an allergy test and seeing I reacted to tree pollen and dust. ... (0 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 need some advice badly from some people who have knowledge of this sort of thing, though I cannot say what is wrong with me. I'll simply explain my story. ... (2 replies)
... there are certain symptoms which are very suggestive of a specific diagnosis. For example, if someone presents with a cough, fever and is coughing up green stuff, well then that is very suggestive of pneumonia. Those symptoms are SPECIFIC. ... (1 replies)
... I had a really super bad cough for six to eight weeks last fall. ... (0 replies)
Possible COPD?
Oct 8, 2008
... and I get a sharp pain behind my right shoulder blade when I breath deeply, yawn or sneeze. I don't feel any pain at any other time, or when I move my body or arms. ... (1 replies)
... First off, I truly appreciate it if you make it to the end of my post. I welcome any responses! I am new here. I am a 29 year old female, married with a 2 year old daughter. ... (2 replies)
... I apologize if this is in the wrong place, but as the chest pain is my biggest concern at the moment, I think this is where it goes. ... (2 replies)
... Sometimes I have gotten sharp pains or just pain under my left rib in the past but it has been about a week now where the pain has progressed and now it's constant. ... (6 replies)
... that I've not forgotten. As you may know pleurisy is a fancy name for a swelling on the sack around your heart, and is cause vy excess fluid built up there. My cough from the bronchitis had persisted and been rather sevier causeing bruising of the muscles in my ribs on the left side. ... (6 replies)
I am confused...
Jan 20, 2005
... a month now...been on 2 inhalers...just finished my antibiotics...and still hacking away...my chest hurts...now in a new part....the upper part...i get an awful sharp pain runs from my left side straight across to my right.... ... (1 replies)
... Asthma can be a trigger for pleurisy. For me, that means my asthma flare up has gone into a dangerous stage-b/c I don't wheeze, my airways just swell & swell & swell. Robutussin won't help..it's made for BRONCHIAL secretions, the accumulated fluid is in your PLEURA(the thin membrane lining around your lungs). So it can't be coughed up..it just needs 2 get moving. I find... (13 replies)


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