if anyone has any ideas for this. i am 32 and female. about 2 years ago i started having pain in my lungs. no cough, noises or phlegm. i went to er twice and they did xray and catscan with dye and said everything came back normal. eventually i will get a referal to a pulmonaligist but until then this is creeping me out. it does get worse if im around secondhand smoke. but nothing actually triggers it. i could be sleeping and wake up with it. they said it is not pluerisy. sometimes its in one lung and sometimes both. any ideas?
My daughter gets a migraine from second hand smoke. In her case it may be the Formaldehyde. Some brands are more of a trigger than others. Could it be something like that ? Just an off the wall thought.
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