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Causes of breathing difficulty and lightheadedness post bone mass surgery - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 13-Jan-2012
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Doctor :   Hi
User :   i need your help
Doctor :   How can I help you?
User :   i just got surgery on my knee for a bonemass
Doctor :   Ok
Doctor :   Was the mass sent for Biopsy?
User :   and i had a small scab on the incision and i accidentally hit it and it was pulled off
Doctor :   Ok
User :   now im having trouble breathing and im getting really light headed
Doctor :   Was there any blood?
User :   yes but it wasent coming out you could just see it
Doctor :   Ok
User :   so what should i do?
Doctor :   There is nothing to worry about.
User :   are you sure because i cant sleep either
Doctor :   The breathing difficulty and the lightheadedness is not due to that.
User :   ok
Doctor :   Can you mention your age and do you have any cold or cough now/
User :   im 14 years old and no i dont
Doctor :   Ok
Doctor :   There is nothing to worry about.
User :   ok
User :   im just really scared
Doctor :   It is just the inside of the healing tissue that appears read.
Doctor :   There is no bleeding.
Doctor :   red
Doctor :   You can rest assured, nothing is wrong.
User :   ok but when i put peroxide on it to clean it,it started to get all white and bubbly
Doctor :   The lightheadedness is probably due to your nervousness
User :   like it does when its infected
Doctor :   Yes, that is what normally happens when peroxide comes in contact with the tissue.
Doctor :   normal tissue
Doctor :   There is no infection
User :   oh ok
User :   well thankyou then
User :   and happy thanks giving
Doctor :   Same to you too.
Doctor :   You are welcome.
Doctor :   Anything else?
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