Chest Pain Accompanied By A Cough With Phlegm?
Every doctor got smelly phlegm and his chest hurt
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Chest pain accompanied by a cough with phlegm generally leads to inflammation of the respiratory tract. Here are some examples of the disease:
pneumonia, also accompanied by complaints of fever and shortness of breath tuberculosis, cough that does not heal (more than 2 weeks) accompanied by fever at night, weight loss for no apparent reason, inflammation of the lung lining (pleurisy), lung abscess, infection of the lungs which is accompanied by a kentong where the pus builds up. Each of them has a different treatment. For that, it is important to check with a doctor first so that you can ascertain the underlying cause of your complaint. In addition to your medical history interview, your doctor will perform a physical exam and additional tests, such as blood tests, sputum tests, chest X-rays. While you are waiting for the doctor's treatment, you should:
consume more water, at least 8 glasses a day gargle with warm salt solution periodically (once every 3-4 hours) stop smoking or avoid exposure to cigarette smoke use a mask that covers your nose and mouth when coughing.