Easy Flu And Cough Accompanied By Chest Pain?
In the morning, I want to ask my candidate who had been exposed to the lungs, but it has been completely healed, and now recently my candidate likes cough flu more often, even though I have received medication for coughing flu, but only now after a week I don’t have the flu eh cough again now he is coughing green phlegm, body aches, fever, chest left and back pain, right chest also hurts because every night he coughs like someone stuck in his neck because of phlegm. r n r nI want to ask what are these symptoms ? What should I do to get him to get better with a cough problem like this? Thank you.
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There are many types of diseases that can affect the lungs. Previously, it is necessary to clarify first, what kind of lung disease did your partner suffer from before? Has it really been treated completely? Has the doctor declared your partner cured? What examinations have you undergone?
Colds and cough with phlegm accompanied by fever, body aches, chest pain, and a phlegm sensation in the throat can indeed indicate lung problems. This condition can come from a disease course that your partner previously suffered from, a recurrence of a previously cured disease, or indeed another new illness. Several types of lung disease that can cause complaints as you convey, namely:
Pneumonia (inflammation of the lung parenchyma, can be caused by infection or aspiration) Tuberculosis (spots, Mycobacterium tuberculosis infection) Bronchitis (inflammation of the bronchi, can be caused by infection, smoking habits, inhaling irritating chemicals, etc.) Lung cancer (malignant tumor in the lung parenchyma , is closely related to smoking), etc. However, apart from lung disorders, your partner's complaints may also arise due to other causes, for example:
Infections of the upper airway, such as sinusitis, pharyngitis, allergic tonsillitis, for example due to exposure to cold, GERD dust mites (reflux of stomach acid into the esophagus due to incompetent valves that limit it) Side effects of drugs Poor immune system, for example due to malnutrition , HIV / AIDS, diabetes, and so on. Given your partner's previous history of illness, we urge you to ask your partner to have their complaints checked again by the doctor. In most cases, lung diseases are prone to recur and recur due to the risk factors not handled properly. If necessary, the doctor will perform a sputum test, blood test, X-ray, or ultrasound to determine the best treatment.
In the meantime, your partner can relieve his complaints by:
Do not smoke Avoid things that often trigger allergies Use a nose mask. Get adequate and regular rest. Always eat healthy and nutritious food. Exercise more diligently. Do not use air conditioning or fans. Always keep the living environment clean. Change the bed linen and curtains regularly Avoid using mats sleeping or sitting made from cotton. Take paracetamol first to reduce fever, chest pain, and body aches that are felt. Hope it helps, yeah ...
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