How To Deal With Shortness Of Breath After The Chest Hit The Child’s Knee?
Sya astridh 26th. R n Yesterday when I was sleeping the second child, my first child suddenly jumped on the bed u0026amp; all of a sudden, he accidentally jumped on my son stepping on my ribs with his knee u0026amp; it’s very annoying. r nThen after that it’s very common, I can’t even breathe, and after a while I can just breathe through the mouth, then for a long time it can be normal from normal if it’s difficult. sja, but the SML can’t be used as long as I only take care of it all the time, and it is too fast u0026amp; breasts are very fast as they spread to my ribs like they are. r nWhat do you think about that ?? r nBnr² very easy to torture. r n Thank you very much ..
Hi Astridh .. Thank you for the question.
The part of the chest that is trampled or hit will result in trauma / injury to the chest. The chest injury you experience can result in:
Fractures or broken bones in the chest or ribs
Injury to the chest muscles
Lung contusion or pulmonary contusion
If you feel shortness of breath, difficulty breathing, or extreme pain when moving, it is best to check with your doctor. So the doctor can do a direct examination and can be followed by chest x-ray. From the results of X-rays can be known whether there are fractures, pneumothorax, heart and lung conditions. If the X-ray results are normal, the pain you feel is due to injury to the muscles. If the injury to the muscles, the doctor can give pain medication. Meanwhile, if there are broken bones or others, the doctor can refer you to the surgeon for further treatment. What you can do right now is: To reduce pain you can compress the area with a warm towel, avoid heavy activities, rest for a while.
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