Uncontrolled Emotions In Patients With Lung Disease?

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doctor,rnI want to ask, my father has perforated lung disease. Have been hospitalized several times too. But now I just stay at home and have never been to the doctor. Because the medicine from the doctor only makes my father’s body swell. So my father now only relies on oxygen and goat’s milk. My father’s life cannot be separated from oxygen and Etawa goat’s milk to launch a bowel movement. Because if I don’t drink milk, my mother said my father rarely urinates. If you rarely urinate, your body will swell again. Because my father is easily emotional. So since getting sick and getting here, his emotions are out of control. My father was like a very depressed person, because maybe the ordinary economy. So confused about the type of day to buy oxygen. And once at my parents’ complex there were 5 doctors and people fooging. Just about to turn to my parents’ house. There my father became very angry. And one of the doctors said. If someone like my father is in the future, his emotions will be higher and worse.rnWhat I ask is, from a medical point of view, why did the doctor mean it??rnOr can it only be explained in terms of psychology?? rnPlease explain. thank you

1 Answer:

Hello Maulida, Thank you for your question on HealthReplies.com

Uncontrolled emotions experienced by your father, could possibly be due to depression due to his illness, response to stress, anxiety disorders, schizophrenia, bipolar disorder. it must be handled immediately so that it does not get worse and possibly, could harm himself or others. The lung disease that your father is likely experiencing is:

Tuberculosis, or tuberculosis, is an infectious lung disease caused by Mycobacterium tuberculosis, the treatment must be with medication for 6 months or even years Bronchiectasis, an infection due to widening or dilatation of lung tissue, usually occurs as a result of complications of TB disease Pulmonary abscess, is a condition where there is pus in the lungs. Lung cancer Lung cancer is a condition of difficult bowel movements and swelling, which your father may experience are:

Kidney failure Impaired kidney function kidney inflammation Kidney infection Currently your father is very dependent on oxygen, you should take your father to the doctor or the nearest hospital to get treatment for his medical condition, the doctor will do a physical examination on your father, supporting examinations such as blood tests, urine, chest x-ray, ultrasound. and the doctor can determine what things will be done to your father, if his medical condition has been handled, your father's emotional or mental condition may also be handled, use the BPJS facility, if your father does not have it immediately take care of the BPJS office.

Some suggestions for you

Stop consuming Etawa milk for which there is no reliable research evidence. Avoid drinking too much so that the shortness of breath does not increase. Give emotional support to your father. Give your father the spirit of life. Give understanding that his condition must receive immediate medical attention. Thank you, hopefully it will be useful. dr.Nurmarwiyah

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