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Lung pain, relief after moving around, dry cough. Cause and prevention?

Hello. I am a 50-year-old female and have never smoked. Sometimes I wake up with sharp pains in my lower lungs - usually my left, which is the side I sleep on. This happens a few mornings in a row, and doesn t come back for a few months. The only thing that eases the pain is to be up moving around. After about 30 minutes, the pain subsides. It almost feels like my lung is having spasms. I do getting a nagging dry, cough with it. What causes this, and what can I do to prevent it from happening? Thank you.
Asked On : Wed, 13 Mar 2013
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hi,mac .. based on your history ,it seems like a lung or cardiac pathology... resembles paroxsysmal nocturnal dyspnea... better have and lung function test n wat kind of work do u do?i mean do u live near farming and any chemical based worker?.. get and chest x ray which is basic and n lung function test with arterial blood gases.. hope these investigations will trace out your problem
Answered: Sun, 28 Jul 2013
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