Thanks for visiting HCM.
Let me assure you that you don't have COPD
. COPD or chronic obstructive pulmonary disease
is a disease of elderly chronic smokers, mostly male. There is only one condition called alpha- 1 anti-trypsin
deficiency where COPD can happen before age of 45 years and that too is very rare. For the rest it usually occurs in sixties.
The x-ray findings in COPD will be an enlarged lung fields so that you can count >6 anterior ribs and >10 posterior ribs, heart shadow will be tubular, peripheral pruning of vessels in outer third of x-ray, widened intercostal spaces etc.
Little white specks is not a sign of COPD. It may be pneumonia
, collapse, localised effusion, fibrosis
Don't be panic, I am 99.99% sure that you are not suffering from COPD. Meet a pulmonologist to get an accurate diagnosis.