How To Deal With Wet Lung Spots?
My doctor wanted to ask me when I was 9 years old, I got bad lungs because I drowned in the water and I went to the doctor and said my doctor was diagnosed with lungs and I was outpatient for 2 months, but I stopped because the time was not right. And now I am 21 years old. I checked again in 2 different places and the results of my lungs were normal, there were no spots after being accidental but my body was not fat even though eating and a healthy lifestyle. How do I know that I am healthy again and why my body does not feel fat?
Hello Al Sopian, thank you for asking with HealthReplies.com.
Wet lungs are in the general public can be interpreted to be many diseases such as infections that occur in the lungs or sometimes spots or pulmonary tuberculosis. Do you now have complaints, such as an old cough that can be accompanied by blood, night sweats, shortness of breath, or other complaints. If indeed you are still worried and have complaints as mentioned above you should consult directly with a lung specialist. The doctor may suggest further tests such as the Mantoux test or IGRA examination.
Tuberculosis infection will indeed make a person experience weight loss or difficult to get fat, but it must be considered also other causes such as hyperthyroid disease, eating disorders, lack of calorie intake or suspicion of malignancy (tumors). Everyone has a different metabolism and to be able to increase body weight also depends on food intake or calories every day.
Some things you can do to increase your weight among others, don't forget to eat breakfast, increase your appetite with your favorite food, eat more often, consume juice or smoothies, and be advised not to drink before eating because it can make you become full sooner. You are also advised to combine exercise with consuming snacks that are rich in protein and can consult with a nutritionist about choosing the best food to increase your weight.
Hopefully this information can be useful for you.