Lung Infection

Lung infection is caused due to bacteria and viruses. Pneumonia is a common lung infection, and it affects the smaller air sacs in the lungs. Bronchitis occurs due to infection affecting the bronchial tube, and it is caused due by viruses commonly. Bronchiolitis is a viral infection affecting the passage of the lungs. Body ache, runny nose, fatigue, and fever are some symptoms seen in lung infection.

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What best can be done for left-sided chest pain due to pneumonia?

Query: Hello doctor, Suddenly, chest pain occurred on the left-hand side three weeks ago. The doctor diagnosed with lung infection and pneumonia. The pain spreads on the right-hand side, but it is mostly on the left-hand side. Now recovery is very slow though I am having a lot of medicines and water. I ha...  Read Full »


Dr. Abaranam Innaci

Answer: Hello, Welcome to icliniq.com. I have seen all the reports (attachment removed to protect patient identity). If you have completed the antibiotic course then continue the follow-up medicines. The blood tests are normal. Comparing both the X-rays, the recent one has a lot of improvement. Defini...  Read Full »

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