Causes Of Shortness Of Breath And Chest Pain Since Childbirth?
Hello … I am 29-year-old shera since giving birth to chest pain and shortness of breath always comes suddenly … sometimes eating through 6sore is confirmed midnight shortness of breath as if oxygen does not reach the lungs … chest feels like being pressed with pain and sleep always sitting. . usually in the morning coughing out phlegm already relieved … but since the midwife is here give me salbutamol drug sputum is difficult to come out and as a result every day I take salbutamol which is a category of hard drugs … I always feel tremors hot and cold … ever X-ray tp specialist doctor in declaring the lungs are safe … just given sputum and salbutamol too … is there another solution ??? what should I do? Does the medicine also have an effect on my uterus which doesn’t add to the child even though the first one can get it fast … hopefully it will be answered, thank you😊
Hello Ala Hidayat Gtzu, thank you for asking at HealthReplies.com
There are several possible causes of your complaint including:
Abnormalities of heart muscle after childbirth Acid Reflux Disease or GERD Upper respiratory tract infections Diseases of the lungs (pneumonia / inflammation of the lungs, and asthma) Panic attacks or anxiety disorders The use of salbutamol should be according to your doctor's instructions. This drug serves to widen the airways in the lungs to make our breathing easier. This drug is usually used to relieve asthma conditions, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), or other lung diseases. Some of the side effects of this drug that should be a concern are:
Rapid, palpitating, or irregular heartbeat Trembling or tremors Stomach aches and nausea Chest pain Coughing up phlegm Defecating liquid / diarrhea Headache Shivering Fever To find out the exact cause of your complaint you should consult directly with your doctor or specialist because it requires a direct physical examination or other laboratory tests.
Difficulty in achieving pregnancy is influenced by several factors, both from the mother factor or from the father factor (sperm count, sperm quality, etc.). Several studies have found that someone with a history of asthma or using asthma medications (such as salbutamol) will be slightly more difficult to achieve pregnancy than mothers who have no history of asthma or using asthma medications. However, to ensure fertility is as good as you can consult a doctor or can do fertility tests.
Hopefully this information can help you. Thanks.