Bloody Phlegm In The Morning?
Good morning, I have been bleeding for 3 days in a row when I expelled phlegm and there was a lot of blood. why my pompous instead there is bleeding out of my sputum and it doesn’t have a cough before the blood comes out, it’s just nausea and then reflexes want to expel phlegm ,, The medicine I drink is outpatient from doctor Isonazid + B6 Cough flu drug Calcium lactas ?
Thank you for the question.
Bronchitis, which is inflammation of the lower airway that leads to the lungs, can not only cause coughing, fever, chest pain, difficulty breathing, excessive sweating, fatigue, and weight loss dramatically. However, this condition can also make the sufferer bleed sputum as you experience. Even though it has been treated, it is not uncommon for complaints to last longer, although it is not always dangerous.
In addition to bronchitis, your sputum may also be caused by other medical conditions, for example pulmonary tuberculosis, lung cancer, pneumonia, tonsillopharyngitis, rhinosinusitis, coughing too hard, gastroesophageal reflux disease, gastric ulcer, duodenal ulcer, thrush, teeth cavities, gingivitis, tartar, bleeding disorders, and so on.
The conditions above are dangerous and need to be dealt with immediately, but some are not.
Our advice, if your complaint has happened more than 1 time, you should go to see your doctor or doctor of internal medicine to be evaluated more deeply the possible causes. Most likely, the doctor will recommend that you conduct a comprehensive examination, including sputum testing, x-rays, blood tests, and so on in order to decide, whether the treatment you are currently taking is sufficient to resolve your complaint, or not.
Meanwhile, what should be done now is:
Don't cough too hard Use a mask When coughing, cover your mouth and nose with a tissue that is discarded immediately after each use Diligent hand washing with antiseptic soap Keep yourself away from substances that are prone to cause allergies and irritations in your airway Do not overeat eating greasy, sweet foods artificial, deprived, and cold Use a humidifier water when the air is dry Do not overuse air conditioning and fans Drink more warm water Eat more fruits rich in vitamin C and foods that are easily swallowed Do not smoke, stay away from the smoke Regularly exercise and rest so that endurance still primed Hopefully it helps huh ..