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Air Bubbles In Lungs Symptoms
Feels like air bubbles in my chest It comes and goes I notice it more at night while sat on sofa I am 34 years old?
Flatulence/gas: Requires an actual physical examination and testing. ...Read more
Deoxygenated blood enters the lungs from the right side of the heart and travels to the lungs. When you inspire, oxygen flows into the lungs, transverses the capilliares and attaches to hemoglobin down a gradient. At the same time, co2 diffuses into the capilaries and is expelled with exhalation. Oxygen rich blood then flows to the left side of the heart and into the ...Read more
those are the only air containing structures in the chest.
Usually from blebs in lung, or following lung trauma or surgery is where one gets persistent pneumothorax or air leak.
With some infections, the germs will generate gas bubbles but doubt that is the issue! ...Read more
Do air bubbles in an IV fluid drip matter? I'm getting rumbling noises in my chest along with some palpitations
IV: Ask the staff to check you and the IV out. Sometimes bubbles in an IV can be a problem. ...Read more
I am experiencing Tightness in chest (time frame: gradual onset) (severity: mild) The following also describes me:. ..it feels as if there is air trapped in the center of my chest and it tingles every so often as if there's air bubbles?
See your doctor.: From your description, there could be many causes of your chest tightness. Because heart disease happens to be one of those possibilities, you need to be seen ASAP by either your doctor or in an emergency room, to be sure that you were not having angina. If heart disease turns out not to be present, your doctor can help you sort out what the true cause is. Do not delay. Go now. ...Read more
I keep feeling air bubbles in ribs and chest breaking up constantly feels uncomfortable and sometimes I have trouble breathing?
Air bubbles: I gather you are referring to crackling sounds when you push on the skin at your neck and chest. If this is so, what did you do before it started happening? I highly recommend you see your PCP ASAP or go to the closest ER to rule out pneumothorax. ...Read more
What are the symptoms of air bubbles on the brain? What are the cures for air bubbles on the brain?
Emergency: Air bubbles in the brain from any source represents an emergency and could be life threatening. This should be seen and evaluated in an emergency room. ...Read more
Symptoms are: feel the urge to urinate but can only go a little at a time. Feeling of air bubbles trapped in my vagina. Cant release them. Any ideas?
Uti: You may have a simple bladder infection. See your doctor. Feel better. ...Read more
We did home insemination, now periods 2 days late \u0026 no pregncy symptoms yet. If there was any air bubbles in the syringe can it block fallopian tub?
We did home insemination, now periods 2 days late but no pregncy symptoms yet. If there was any air bubbles in the syringe can it block fallopian tube?
Unlikely: A possible complication from home insemination is a pelvic infection that can cause blockage of the fallopian tubes but not " air bubble". Your period is late most likely because you ovulated a little later then you think or because you are pregnant but the level of HCG (hormone of pregnancy) is low. I would recommend taking a home pregnancy test again in 2 days. ...Read more
I have on and off feeling like air/gas multiple bubbles to the left or below chest area no sign of pain or symptoms I do have gerd/acid reflux. Help?
Hard to say: That is certainly where your stomach could lie and cause stomach symptoms. Perhaps over the counter antacids, observation and if worsening symptoms see your doctor? ...Read more
Pulling back on the needle to check for air bubbles a white discharge fills the syringe. Could this be a sterial abscess? No symptoms, just sore leg.
More info: What are you using a needle on your leg (or whatever you're pulling back on) for? Although I definitely need more information to give you the best advice, I would advise that any time you pull back on a needle from somewhere on/in your body and you get a white return, I can't help but think it's a sign of infection. You may want to give your doctor a call. ...Read more
Time: Your body will absorb any air bubbles contained within. Most air in the body (in the wrong places) is from tissue breakdown with air entry through an opening which can be enhanced for instance by coughing or sneezing. Don't inject air anywhere into your body. Air is used by eye surgeons for retinal problems; the air spontaneously gets absorbed. ...Read more
There should not be: Air bubbles at the base of your skull. If you would resubmit your question informing us as to what makes you think you have air bubbles at the base of your skull (example, injury; something seen on x-ray) maybe we can clarify this for you. ...Read more
I put a condom on the right way but forgot to pinch the top for air bubbles so I took it off and rolled it then put it back on. Should I be worried?
Sometime when I sit down, or bend over, it feels like air bubbles coming out of my anus. It isn't flatulance. Can the anus not be closing completely?
Gas: Gas travels through the gut and has to come out the other end. The anal sphincter isn't 100% effective, small amounts of gas can and do come out of all of us at times and not always at high volume or high velocity. ...Read more
My 3 year old has small white air bubbles or blusters on all ten fingertips it don't seem to bother him but I have noticed him trying to pick at them?
Many possible causes: These can be due to a form of eczema, result from a viral infection, or be a manifestation of a strep infection. It is best to have his doctor check them if they last longer than a few days or if they recur. ...Read more
Plz see add details if I had a IV two night ago and I saw some air bubbles going down the line will this harm me. To me it looked like a lot and I have anxiety so this makes it worse. I have a vsd and I was told that your chances are higher for something
Odd posting: This site is not a chat room and your posts are not linked, Also we can not see any special material you upload on the site, only what is in the post. Tiny bubbles in an IV are not a problem. The scary movies that push the idea are based on fantasy. An air pocket the size of a baseball would be a problem if it was pushed rapidly into your blood vessel. ...Read more
Air or discharge: Not sure exactly what you mean. If you mean is it normal to pass a small amount of air from the vagina from time to time then the answer is yes. That is very normal. If you are passing bubbly discharge then that is not normal and may indicate an infection. ...Read more
Absolutely, yes: Vaginal 'farts" are very common as air gets trapped or sucked into the vagina during strenuous exercise, movement, or intercourse. It can be "embarrassing" as you don't always realize its' "coming out" when it does, but it is an expellation that may be noisy, but odorless. (smile) ...Read more
No: Are you drinking a lot of carbonated drinks like pop or beer? These can cause a lot if stomach gas. Also if you eat fast and don't chew food well, you could be swallowing a lot of air. Eat more slowly, and try to avoid carbonated drinks. Good luck! ...Read more
I have excessive clear vaginal discharge accompanied by pain and air bubbles, what could this be?
Infection: Most likely trichomonas vaginalis infection, you will need to get pelvic exam and treatment. On occassion, it could just be a different infection - gardenerella vaginalis- also treatable, or some women just have natural discharge - which needs no treatment- the bubbless lead me to think of trich. Also if this is the case, your partner should be treated too-and use condoms! ...Read more
Have air bubbles coming out of uretha been tested for fistula do not have what else can cause these bubbles?
Still maybe fistula: A fistula between the bladder and the intestines can be open intermittently, therefore tests such as cystogram, barium enema, and even cystoscopy and colonoscopy may not see the fistula. Best to the repeat the tests if the symptoms continue, may even consider surgery without definitive diagnosis if the problem is bad enough. Hope this helps! ...Read more