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Rumbling In Lungs
Pain in upper left abdomen. Upper abdomen turns blue throughout the day. Hear rattling noise in chest when take deep breath.
Mgt/follow up: You may have an infection of the lungs which sometimes can present as upper abdominal pain. If you are hearing rattling in the chest, a follow up visit is suggested with your doctor. Monitor your temperature and follow your asthma action plan. A virtual consult may be scheduled to review your findings as well. ...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
Bad bloating in upper abdomen &chest, frequent bowel movements, reflux, belching, pain in center of chest, cleared by cardiology, thoughts?
Sounds like gastriti: see your regular doc. you may need to be checked for H pilori infection. You may need a UGI or gastroscope. You probably need meds to block the acid effects and possibly specific antibiotics. Watch for vomiting something that looks like coffee grounds or black stools. Get this checked out. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
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
Warm feeling in stomach. Can't breathe on side or laying back. Is air going in my stomach or lungs. Gas.
Son: Not enough data to do other than speculate. Best idea is go see a doc and get evaluated. ...Read more
Gases, trapped wind in large intestine. Always making noise when pushed. Bloating and waist pain. Loud rumbling. Possible cause?
Several causes: Fluid in lungs can be due to several causes & it should be investigated by your doctor to determine appropriate therapy. Because the retained fluid in your lungs makes your lungs relatively stiff & makes it harder for oxygen to enter your body, it will lead to problems with breathing as the body tries to make up for this by breathing faster. Please consult a lung specialist for treatment. ...Read more
Consult with MD: You may need to consult with an ENT specialist, especially if you are a smoker or ex-smoker. There could be an anomaly of the trachea (airway) or larynx which may need to be evaluated and could be easily treatable, . ...Read more
My air sacks in my left airways avioli are closing left lung ..Copd, rt.side.not as bad Pneumonia, freq. Has increased . Time eat left.
???: I have no idea you what you are asking. If you have COPD and pneumonia I hope on antibiotics and on and inhaler to open your airways. In addition, you should have compression and drainage treatments to help get rid of that mucus in your airways. Pulmonary physical therapy would also be helpful. I hope you don't smoke, if you do, please stop during this time. Drink lots of water and take Mucinex (guaifenesin) to break up mucus so you can get rid of it easier. You also need adequate rest. ...Read more
No: No, they are not. You may or may not be pregnant, but those symptoms do not tell you anything. ...Read more
NO: Air trappin is generally due to air OBSTRUCTION in the smaller lung (bronchial) tubes. S guess a VERY DEEP Breath ...held while the xray is taken could give an appearance of hyperinflation but Radiologist know the difference!!! BTW anxiety generally is associated with rapid shallow breathing...Hope this helps! Dr Z ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
NO: It is not normal, unless you have some medical condition, to have pain in your lungs when you take a deep breath. ...Read more
Asthma/Bronchitis: It sounds like your breathing passages are inflamed. If you smoke, that's contributing. If you don't, you may have infection and/or constriction. Cold can often be a trigger in asthma. Broncodilators and antiinflammatory medscan help greatly. See your doc for an exam and prescription so you can feel better! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Throat infection orjust sick Persistent cough. Not pain in throat but in bronchial area in lungs. Ear pain. Threw up. Lots of mucus. No fever. What is?
Viral illness: Hydrate yourself well . Treat the symptoms with OTC medications. Rest , take a lot of vitamin C and Zinc , hydrate more .use Tylenol (acetaminophen) or Ibuprofen to treat body ache, headache , or low grade fever. Not better or start having chills or high fever see your PCP or go to urgent care ...Read more
Maybe reflux, but...: If symptoms originate in esophagus (rather than adjacent structures), the most common cause of your complaint is gastroesophageal reflux possibly accompanied by esophageal dysmotility. However, my answer changes if you have underlying cardiac, pulmonary, or mediastinal conditions. ...Read more
Nausea at times, loss of appetite, increase in burping and passing gas. Sometimes can't burp. Stomach making noises, increase mucous in bowels
Followup w ur doc: Wud need more info eg past medical history, present medications, etc. Happy to consult, but avoid milk/milk products, caffeine, sugar substitutes, high fructose (corn syrup) x2 wks and watch for "red flags" eg fever, belly pain, vomit, blood in stool, inability to keep up with fluids that require urgent MD attention. While most conditions eg viral get better on own, see ur doc if chronic (>5days) ...Read more
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