Difficulty Breathing And Weakness In Patients With Chronic Bronchitis?
I am 19 years old, more than 6 months I feel shortness of breath that started because of cold, I do not have a family history of asthma I do not have offspring of asthma, I happen to do an x-ray in preparation for cyst surgery X-ray results states I have acute bronchitis, every morning throat I feel dry and want to expel phlegm but it is difficult when walking on the road a little uphill my chest hurts and shortness of breath I am not regular my body temperature is cold but sweaty and very weak, is there a possibility my lungs have other diseases besides bronchotis?
Before carrying out surgery, it is usually a team of doctors to do a series of preoperative examinations, such as chest x-ray. If you get an X-ray of acute bronchitis, this may be the cause of your shortness of breath. Bronchitis is an inflammation of the bronchial wall. Bronchitis is more common in people who are often exposed to air pollution, or dust. Bronchitis can cause symptoms such as chest discomfort, cough with phlegm, shortness of breath. Acute bronchitis usually requires treatment with certain anti-inflammatory drugs and maybe certain antibiotics.
But not all bronchitis requires special therapy. Besides diagnosing bronchitis also requires a direct physical examination by a doctor.
Some other conditions that can also cause tightness that you experience such as:
Therefore, to ensure your situation, you should consult directly with your internal medicine specialist.
The following article you can read about bronchitis
may be useful. Thank you