I am concerned, my husband, non smoker, has had asbestos exposure, has a cough and has had it for many years, it worse right now as he has a cold but is complaining his lungs feel like they are hot, he has these lumps, hard and fixated and many of them in his lower chest area and abdomen as well burning hot feet all the time, he also has a lump in his groin area, and lastly he is tired all the time, he will not go to the doctors, any thoughts?
Thank you for your response...now he has difficulty clearing his throat, and his breath smells"hot" it is a weird smell not horrible it just smells hot and not like it normally does, his breathing is awful he sounds like he can't take a deep breath and he is unbelievably forgetful..and tired, always tired....worried
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