i m male 21 years old... i smoke abt 4 years.. i always drink water after smoking.. is it any problem.. i also face cough when i smoke.. from last few weeks.. i read a topics abt lung cancer.. then i was so afraid about it.. my finger seems to me clubbing though i m not sure..i dont face any cough or chest pain.. but i face finger pain.. but not continuously.. does it hurt for anxiety or nail clubbing which is a symtom of lung cancer.. i m so much afraid !!
It would be difficult to comment on the finger symptoms without a detailed clinical evaluation. Clubbing is typically painless, while the possibility of lung related issues cannot be ruled out. Though there are no specific described symptoms, it is advised to quit smoking and consider an evaluation by a primary care physician to rule out lung related issues.
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