Im gen from Philippines, last dec. 2006 my dr. remove water from my right lung,
then, under go six months treatment.after six months my dr. advice me to chest surgeon,
for more lab test, but the dr. advise for tube insertion.but i dont have the budget for the operation.
could you help me for some of my questions.
The doctor tell me its Pleural Thickening... does it lead to lung cancer?
what is the cause of pleural thickening? what are some medication-herbal, that could help me
Are you sure it was 2006?
Do you remember what the 6 month treatment was? Was it a number of oral medications?
Your case seems to sound more like a tuberculous effusion (water in the lung), especially since TB is endemic in the Philippines.
Pleural thickening is usually die to a reaction either to an infection, an abnormal immune response, or malignancy. IF you did have TB, healing TB tends to scar, and it wouldn’t be surprising to have thickening. There is no known etiologic relationship between TB and lung cancer.
I want to follow up on this one my sister is hospitalised and diagnosed oral effusion, and numonia... she's been pumped water and her lung is still big what cause this waht culd be the real reason. she is two weeks in hospital and we are all confused please help
My daughter age 30 years has back pain. On MRI carried out that she has infection and may be TB. Now she has water in her right lung but still she is not having breathing problem. Doctor says it is more quantity but not alarming. Now I request the advise from you. Should she removed water by sucking it through injection. After removal will it come back again or she should take tablets or oral medicines. Can you describe me the medicines . She had 30 days streptomicin injection and plus since 4 months using the TB medicines 4 tablet daily before break fast.
my name is barbara my mom she live in the philippines... i have a question for you my mom got sick really bad and they said she have tuberculouses or tb
so she has water in her lungs and so they took. the water out and now is back again' she having trouble breathing coughing really hard and the dr said she has asma too... the dr done so many test but it seems like they cant find what whats wrong with her so my brother called me from the phippines they say they will send her to manila philippines because right now she is in san pablo laguna philippines please help me on my question cuz i been expending so much money on my own money she doesnt have any health care at all philipines if you dont have money they will lift you for died .... its hard for me im here in united state i know usa will take you in even tough you dont have any health care but philippines is way so much different from state you have to show them money first they are so cruel ... i have to give them down payment so my mom can go inside the hospital but i still need to pay for everything please help me cuz im runing out money you can email me at ***@****
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