The Cause Of Chest Pain Is Accompanied By Cough For 2 Months, Nausea And Cold Sweat?
Hi, I have a husband who has stopped smoking for 2 months. After stopping he experienced coughing up phlegm for 2 months. However, this 4 times he felt pain in the left and right chest, accompanied by a feeling of warmth in the abdomen and chest accompanied by nausea and cold sweat. His breath was smooth as usual do, not tight, even the heart does not pound. Pain and this usually lasts for 20-30 minutes but does not appear every day. During these 2 months, he only felt about 4 times. What disease do you have? The doctor’s answer will be very helpful for us. thank you
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The complaint you mentioned cannot refer to any particular type of disease. Because it is necessary to do a physical examination and further support. But I will try to explain some of the possible causes. Coughing for more than 1 month can be caused by inflammation of the lungs and also infections of the lungs.
Inflammation in the lungs or also called bronchitis, is an inflammatory disease in the part of the lungs caused by frequent exposure to irritants such as cigarette smoke, acidic vehicles, burnt smoke. Coughing in people with bronchitis is characterized by coughing up phlegm for more than 1 month. In bronchitis, the cough will often recur and will recur if it has been treated.
In addition to inflammation, can be caused by battery infections, especially bacterial tuberculosis, or tuberculosis. Coughing on tuberculosis is characterized by green cough with phlegm more than 1 month, there is weight loss and night sweats. TB treatment takes 6 months and if the patient does not take medication regularly it will cause longer treatment.
If there is an infection or inflammation in the lungs, it will cause symptoms of pain when doing a breath dance. However, the determination of the diagnosis of coughing needs to be done with sputum examination and also rongten photographs, therefore immediately consult a pulmonary doctor to get the right direction.
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