Hi and thanks for the query,
It would be interesting to do a control X ray for two main reasons. Firs the treatment might be inefficient, diagnose common causes of poor response to usual antibiotics like pulmonary tuberculosis
, indirect signs of asthma and exclude any localized pneumonia
, abscess or pleural effusion
. A repeat clinical evaluation coupled with this X ray and a complete blood count
, a sputum examination to exclude TB should be quite sufficient to make a definitive diagnosis.
I suggest you book an appointment with your primary care
physician or pulmonologist if need be for a proper clinical evaluation.
Thanks and best regards.