I have moderate pain in my "lung area" for two weeks now. My airways feel free of air, but I get this incredibly uncomfortable sensation in my chest. I cough a bit and the last couple of days. I have been getting lightheaded, nausea, and a slight headache. I have been out of town the previous five days, and since then, it has gotten worse. I have consumed little alcohol, which I think could have alleviated the symptoms. Once I get back home, I will be scheduling a pulmonary appointment. Thank you for helping
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You seem to be suffering from any of the following either bronchitis or a lower respiratory tract infection.
Relief with Ibuprofen further confirms the presence of muscular pain that might be due to asthma.
In such a scenario, I would advise to get a hemogram with ESR (erythrocyte sedimentation rate) and Chest- X-ray to be done. If the Chest X-ray and these blood investigations show no infection sign, you would be treated for bronchial Asthma or bronchitis.
Treatment constitutes anti-allergic drugs like Levocetirizine and Montelukast and, in severe cases, inhalers containing Salbutamol and Steroid inhaler like Budesonide.
Share my opinion with your doctor.
I hope it helps.
Infection, Allergy.Investigations to be done:
Chest X-ray.Regarding follow up:
Five days after treatment.
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