Management Of Chronic Bronchitis?
Hello. I was 24 years old before I suffered from coughing and tightness for 1 month and routinely checked the health center and was only able to get a referral to a large hospital and immediately reported for 4 days I was on X-ray and stated acute bronchitis after discharge from the hospital I was actually relaxed work to do not know why is it still often relapsing and eventually relapse it gets worse to just 1 month I work n and during work I do not control anymore to my drug always buy d pharmacy according to the drug given by the doctor .. as a result when I check again my bronchitis became chronic. I’m confused medicine, I always take the routine to to get worse I have also avoided ice to recur too often for several days No relapse I think it has been reduced I don’t know how to relapse once I like the right person “lost my breath doctor part of my left chest dr the back to the bottom of the left breast feels so painful that the pain hurts through to the spine … Sometimes after taking medicine I also relapse … how is this my doctor should this disease torture me doctor kl relapse i am desperate with shortness of breath I am like a fish out of water it’s hard to breathe … what should I do doctor? I have bronchitis or lung infection? “
Thank you for the question.
Coughing, tightness, chest and back pain, as well as weakness that does not go away can indeed indicate one of them bronchitis. This condition can be acute or chronic. In acute cases, the most common cause is infection, for example due to viruses or bacteria. But in chronic cases, most often this condition occurs due to exposure to cigarette smoke or other chemical fumes.
Treatment of bronchitis, because the causes and severity varies, of course can be done with a variety of as well. In cases of acute bronchitis or chronic acute exacerbations, treatment will be focused on overcoming the symptoms that arise. However, definitive treatment must still be done to eradicate the cause of infection (if indeed the cause is related to infection) and prevent recurrence in the future. Not only that, sufferers must consistently avoid all triggers that can worsen their condition, including by stopping smoking, getting plenty of rest, exercising regularly, avoiding exposure to smoke and pollution, avoiding exposure to substances that often trigger allergies, diligently eating foods rich in antioxidants, and not contacting close to other infectious respiratory infections. If this treatment step is not adequately carried out, then indeed complaints can continue to recur and recur. Poor endurance can also be a trigger for the recurrence of your complaints.
In addition to bronchitis, coughing, spasms, chest and back pain, as well as weakness as you experience it may also occur due to pulmonary tuberculosis, lung cancer, foreign body aspiration, pneumonia, asthma, congestive heart failure, pleural effusion, gastroesophageal reflux disease, gastric cancer, esophageal cancer, excessive anxiety disorders, and many other possible diseases. Therefore, if indeed your complaint does not improve at all, but it gets worse after undergoing doctor's treatment, immediately check yourself back to the doctor or doctor of internal medicine in order to be given the right treatment huh ..
I hope this helps.