Shortness Of Breath And Right Chest Pain Accompanied By Bronchitis.?
Morning. I want to ask. In October I was treated for bronchitis. Indeed, at that time faithful breath was always tight and right chest pain. Now I like to feel right chest pain, but sometimes 2. Does my bronchitis recur again or why yes, please explain thank you.
Good afternoon, thank you for asking at HealthReplies.com. Complaints of pain in the right chest that you experience, can occur due to the same disease or different diseases. Because indeed, nothing prevents a person from developing bronchitis if he has been exposed to a similar disease before. There is no specific immunity that is only formed after the disease is cured to prevent the person from developing a similar disease in the future. So, the possibility of the condition that you experience can be caused by:
Stomach acid disease
Blood vessel abnormalities
Therefore, our advice is that you should continue to see your doctor, especially a general practitioner so that the examination can be thorough of all the above possibilities, both in terms of lung disease, heart disease, blood vessels, stomach, and even psychological components. With a thorough history, physical examination and support, your complaints can be more clearly known, and the handling can be more precise, including if it turns out you need specialist handling.
Meanwhile, there is no need to worry too much, avoid stress and cigarette smoke, increase the consumption of water, fruits and vegetables, get enough rest, and if indeed the symptoms of shortness of breath worsen, don't hesitate to check yourself at the nearest hospital emergency room. So, hopefully answering your question.