Causes And Treatment For Pleural Effusion?
In the afternoon I already suck my lungs, continue to be given outpatient care, then I just walk hard, start coughing again, I feel nauseous, weird right, then when I control again the doctor says I don’t exercise enough, how can I exercise if my body just has difficulty walking, even though only 2 days were told to go outpatient, back to the hospital continued to control was strange
We don't really understand the term lung suction you wrote down.
We try to provide information based on lung problems that require discharge, namely pleural effusion.
Pleural effusion is a condition of the accumulation of fluid in the room that is between the two layers of the lungs (pleura). Pleural fluid is indeed produced normally and will circulate so that there is no buildup in the space between the pleura. In certain conditions the accumulation of pleural fluid and can not be reabsorbed, causing complaints that interfere with the patient, it takes action to remove pleural fluid called pleural punksi. Pleural puncture is usually done to analyze the type of pleural fluid that has accumulated and reduces the buildup of pleural fluid.
The causes of pleural effusion are diseases of the lungs and heart such as tuberculosis, pneumonia / pneumonia, pulmonary embolism, decreased liver function / changes in healthy liver tissue, heart failure, kidney disease, autoimmune conditions (rheumatoid arthritis / lupus). After doing pleural punctuation, the doctor will usually perform medical treatment according to the causes of pleural effusion and post-pleural puncture treatment.
The complaint that you experience after the action may be a healing process after the action. Take the following steps to resolve the complaint that you are feeling:
Keep doing your daily activities independently, gradually according to your ability. If you are strong in doing your daily activities independently, add to mild to moderate intensity physical activities such as a relaxing walk for 15 to 20 minutes every day.
To overcome nausea, consume small amounts of food every 2 hours. Drinking warm ginger water can also relieve nausea.
For coughs, consume warm water and avoid air pollutants such as smoke and dust.
If the complaint that you feel is very disturbing, you may immediately consult a Lung Specialist. The doctor will re-do the medical evaluation to determine whether current medical treatment needs to be changed or whether there are certain instructions to reduce your complaint.
Read more about Pleural Effusion in this HealthReplies.com article.
Thus the info we can share, hopefully helps you.