Treatment For The Accumulation Of Lung Fluid In Diabetics?
Good night, r nI have had diabetes since I was 21 years old until now .. In the beginning of 2017 I was exposed to lung treatment for 6 months through the last puskesmas, I only checked sputum and was declared negative and the treatment was finished … But the cough did not go away until November getting sicker. I went to the hospital, Dr. X-rays the doctor said there was fluid and I was hospitalized to take fluids. But I haven’t had time to take my liquid back. And control once a week and I ask why you don’t get liquid. But there was no response. R n8 months ago I was treated and the end result of the lung X-ray was not perfect but the doctor said because there was a Dm it was hard to be perfect even if plus the treatment time the results would remain the same … And since September 2018 the treatment has finished until now my cough is still I have it .. Even though a week before the last control I coughed up blood r n r nWhat is the solution?
Good evening, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. Previously, we were concerned about your condition. Cough that occurs for a long time actually has many causes, including:
Chronic Asthma Bronchitis Tuberculosis Infection Chronic Obstructive Lung Disease (COPD) Allergy Side effects of certain drugs Tumors or cancer
And if you look at the history of your illness, which has been on medication for 6 months and has sputum testing, it is likely that what you are experiencing is tuberculosis infection. But on the other hand, it does not mean that it is unlikely that the complaint you are experiencing now is different from the tuberculosis that you have ever experienced - remembering also that the health center has stated that the bacteria in your body is negative. Therefore to find out whether the disease you are experiencing right now is still the same or not, an examination by a lung doctor must be done.
If the doctor who treated you before was a lung doctor, try to find a second lung doctor at another hospital to get a second opinion. It is no problem to change doctors to another hospital because it is your right. Go through the examination again from the beginning and ask to be examined as completely as possible. If the opinion of the two doctors is the same, that the treatment given to you is maximal and it is difficult to recover 100% because of your diabetes history, the next step is to ask what you can do to minimize complaints. One example is giving a cessation of bleeding to reduce coughing up blood, and cough reflex suppressants to reduce the cough itself.
Apart from that, you must not despair, you cannot feel useless or useless. The spirit to continue to be able to live the days well must continue to exist. Avoid stress as much as possible, also avoid cigarette smoke, dust and pollution. Get plenty of rest, and ask your doctor about everything you want to know. So, hopefully answering your question.