Pulmonary Pain Three Years Ago And Now Relapses To Cough Up Bloody And Left Chest Pain?
good night I want to ask three years ago I have symptoms of pulmonary coughing bleeding and left chest pain and now relapse again whether drinking ginger can be a merciful solution
Good evening, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. Complaints that you experience with chest pain and coughing up blood, can occur due to various things, including:
Tuberculosis Lung inflammation Lung embolism Bronchitis Cystic fibrosis Lung edema And other possibilities such as lung cancer. So because there are so many possibilities and there is the potential for this to be a severe disease, a diagnosis cannot be made without direct examination. Our advice, you should check your condition with a pulmonary doctor to determine the clarity of your condition, whether this is indeed due to one of the conditions above or not and what is the best treatment.
Regarding your question, although consuming ginger can provide relief and is recommended for those who have coughs and colds, eating ginger alone is not enough. For example for tuberculosis, treatment is needed for at least 6 months without stopping. For cancer, it may even need surgery and chemotherapy. Therefore, even if taking ginger makes you feel more comfortable, you will not necessarily recover and you should still check yourself immediately.
Meanwhile, avoid dust, cigarette smoke, and pollution, get enough rest, take a bath and soak in warm water, may take over-the-counter cough medicines by reading the rules of use listed, and immediately consult a doctor. So, hopefully answering your question.