If There Is Fluid In The Lungs That Causes Shortness Of Breath, Is The Disease Serious?
I want to ask, I have a 27-year-old younger brother he breathes a bit hard, my brother has gone brobat and the doctor said lung2 there is a liquid, according to the doctor my brother is sick it’s already very severe or not too severe and how do the doctors and my brother still think can it be cured doc not Thank you ..
Hello Ki Mochie, thank you for asking at HealthReplies.com.
I help answer your questions sequentially yes.
The problem is whether your sister's illness has been severe or not, all back again to the main cause of the emergence of fluid in the lungs and also your brother's current condition, whether the causes and conditions can be life threatening or not. The causes of the emergence of fluid in the lungs themselves are quite diverse such as tuberculosis, inflammation of the lungs (pneumonia), lung cancer, and others. Therefore, to find out the severity or not, you should bring your younger sibling back to the lung specialist to look for the underlying cause of fluid in the lungs. The doctor may suggest taking fluid withdrawal from the lungs if it is felt necessary to help reduce complaints that your sister is currently experiencing. Regarding whether the condition can be cured completely or not also returned to the underlying cause, because there are some causes that can heal perfectly and there are also some causes that cannot be healed completely, can only be controlled so as not to cause complaints to become more severe. For now, continue to undergo treatment as recommended by the doctor who is currently treating your sister, do not use other medicines outside the recommended drug because it might worsen the condition of your sister. It is also advisable to frequently control doctors to monitor the cure for the disease. For food and drinks, as long as your sister does not have certain food allergies, it is permissible to consume any food. I hope this helps.