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Coughing green, yellow, brown mucus with blood, shortness of breath, swollen lymph nodes, chest pain. Smoker. Treatment?

Hello I m 19 years old and have been smoking for 5 years. The past 2 years I ve been coughing up green yellow and brown mucus often having black stuff and blood sometimes in it. The past several months I ve had major shortness of breath and I cannot take deep breaths. I ve notice my lymp nodes are swollen and hard and so is my throat . I cannot go to a doctor and have not been able to find my condition online. My chest is in great pain and my back and neck hurt too. I m currently in tears from the pain and cannot get a descent breath. Please help me at least have an idea of what it is.
Asked On : Wed, 1 Aug 2012
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hello. please!! meet your doctor soon , you have to be examined. there are various possibilities and you will need some tests to evaluate your condition. please stop smoking and urgently meet your doctor. thanks
Answered: Mon, 6 Jan 2014
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