please can you help as i am in some pain whren i breath in its lke a burning sensation in my ling .rib cage over the past six monthsv i have has several courses of antibiotics due to chest infection clear suptuem seemed to increase this contiuned for about four months my doctor then gave me steriods as i was getting short of breath recently compailnt to my doc about burbing sensation in my right side rib cage area he said it was due to the chest infection , no xray but i did have a ct scan of my pelvic area and abdomen and sure trhat they also sacnned my chest to nothing was found and all as said to be fine , also had some bloods done four weeks ago these to were frine i bekive they were genral blood test not specific to this chest complaint at presentb i am taking ofloxin antibiotics i was give five 400mg please could any one give some advice. as my doc geting pretrty annionte with me demding more tests
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