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Chest pain, cough, feels like acute bronchitis. Taken chemotherapy, no follow up done. Causes for chest pain?

Hi, from 1 month, she is having a severe chest pain and cough(feels like acute bronchitis ). doctor gave some pills and pain goes away and everything looked fine. but after 1 month, it all again the same pain and coughing. pain is not stopping . My mom had a chemotherapy 5 years ago(she took chemo, as she wasn t sure and dint want to take risk ) . she did follow check up after 1 year ago too. but she complains, that pain is on the same side of chest, where she had give chemotherapy
Asked On : Mon, 28 May 2012
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hi,welcome to HCM

i think your mom having recurrent cough with chest pain with the h/o chemo therapy before 5 yrs, required x-ray chest and sputum examination to rule out secondary metastatis in lung and other pathology like infection/pneumonia

,tuberculosis patch etc...then consult to phyisician thanks
Answered: Mon, 28 May 2012
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