Frequent Coughing Up Blood In A 10 Year History Of Pulmonary Trauma?
In the afternoon doctor, I had a lung disease when I fell from a tree and stuck a bamboo in my back so that it hit my ribs. And every year for sure in 1x a year I get a cough cycle until there is blood coming out when I cough and when I cough my nose also bleeds. Doctor, can my lung disease be cured, doctor? The problem is that from I was 10 years old until I was 28 years old I still haven’t recovered. Will it be cured by surgery? How long does it take for the doctor to undergo these lung treatments routinely?
Hello, putrynisha, thanks for asking HealthReplies.com.
A bloody cough can have several possible causes, most of which are due to an inflammatory or infectious process. Some of the common causes of coughing up blood are:
1. Pulmonary tuberculosis
3.Severe injuries from accidents (either stab wounds or blunt wounds)
4. Cough prolonged
6. Tumors in the lungs
Apart from conditions from the lungs, coughing up blood can also be caused by bleeding from other organs, for example, there is bleeding in the nose (nosebleeds), oral cavity, gums, tongue, or throat.
To ascertain the cause and the possibility of cure, the disease must be known. The way to find out the disease is to have this checked with a doctor. The doctor will interview your symptoms and everything related to the symptoms you feel, perform a physical examination, and perform supporting examinations such as sputum tests, x-rays, blood tests, CT-scans, etc. If the cause is known, then the options for treatment and possible cure can be seen.
For that, consult your doctor immediately, especially if coughing up blood that has excess blood volume, makes you weak, has weight loss, is accompanied by fever, or bleeding from other parts of the body.
That's all, hopefully it's useful.
Greetings, dr. Sarah Rizqia.