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Reason for upper lung twitching? Have cystic fibrosis and had bronchial artery embolism done

My upper lung is doing some kind of twitching in the inside. im sure its not my chest muscle because i touch my chest and i dont feel the twitch like i usually can if it helps i have cystic fibrosis and i recently had a bronchial artery Embolism done on me becuz my lungs were bleeding, just want to know if it is normal or if it is something due to surgery or my disease.
Asked On : Sat, 28 Jul 2012
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In view of history of cystic fibrosis, you are prone to develop repeated chest infections. There may be some collection in that part of the lung though upper lungs are drained well in view of there location. You may be feeling the movements of these secretions though lungs do not have any sensory supply and it`s not easy to feel such things but a patient with chronic disease like your`s may be able to tell sometimes. Another possibility of recurrent bleeding (you have already undergone bronchial artery embolization for an episode) have to be kept in mind. I suggest you consult your pulmonologist who can guide you correctly.
Answered: Wed, 29 Aug 2012
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