The Cause Of Lung Fluid Injection Sores Are Still Painful?
Hello, my mother has a lung disease (pleural effusion) and has been sucked around 2 months ago, now the outpatient process. But the pain of injection after suctioning is still painful until now. What is the solution? Is it really like that until healed and then lost the pain or how? thank you
Fluid in the lining of the lungs (pleural effusion) can be caused due to various causes. several diseases that can cause pleural effusion such as:
lung infections such as pneumonia, pulmonary tuberculosis
Pleural effusion can be repeated even though suctioning of fluid (depending on the cause). What are the causes of your mother's pleural effusion?
If your mother currently feels pain at the injection site it can be caused by an infection in the lung. Infection in the lung tissue such as pneumonia or tuberculosis can cause pain in the chest area, and sometimes it can also be painful in the area around the puncture / injection of pleural effusion.
In addition, the pain that your mother experiences can also be caused by an infection at the injection site, or inflammation of the breast bone. In addition, the possibility of repeated pleural effusion can also cause chest pain.
Therefore, to ensure the condition of your mother, it is recommended that your mother re-examine her doctor for internal medicine, so that doctors can examine your mother's condition further. Maybe an X-ray examination will be done later to reassess whether there is pleural effusion or not.
The following article you can read about pleural effusion
may be useful. thank you