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Coughing blood after fall. Not sure if I am still bleeding internally

I was working out and rapped my legs around a punching bag and I was about three or four feet in the air and the strap that wa holdin the bag up snapped and I fell perfectly flat on my back HARD I managed to not hit my head I didn t loose all of my breath and didnt have a problem getting a breath in but I stood up and felt a cough coming and when I coughe I coughed up a loogey Size spit and it was all blood and now an hour later I m not coughing any more because it slowly wore off but I just want to know what happend and I m not sure if I m still bleeding internally ?
Asked On : Sat, 13 Oct 2012
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Cough in the blood after trauma means that there may be contusion of the lunglungs or more rarely injury to upper respiratory tract. You should consult a pulmonologist to assess the severity of trauma who may order a CT Chest and treat you accordingly.
Answered: Fri, 19 Oct 2012
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