Coughing With Blood.?
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Good afternoon, thank you for asking at HealthReplies.com. Coughing up blood or hemoptysis occurs when blood comes out of the respiratory system because there is a certain bleeding process. When bleeding occurs and comes out of the digestive system it is said to vomit blood. Coughing up blood conditions can occur because:
Severe injury or injury to the lungs
Certain chemical poisoning in the air
And actually there are many other causes, but the important thing is that all the causes cannot be ascertained without direct examination and with the help of supporting examinations such as X-rays. In your case, your steps are right by checking directly to the doctor, but if you have previously checked it with a general practitioner, check with a pulmonary doctor. TB is generally characterized by a long cough, and indeed, if there are no signs of TB this should not be a major possibility.
If you have already been seen by a pulmonary doctor and no abnormalities are found, then regardless of what your condition was before, what is clear is that you are now declared normal. If the condition recurs, do not hesitate to check yourself at the nearest hospital emergency room and in the meantime, stay away from cigarette smoke and pollution, adequate rest, increase consumption of water, and vegetables and fruit. So, hopefully answering your question.