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Suggest remedy for coughing up of blood

I cleared my throat and up came some blood about week ago, and it continued for about a day, and slowly stopped and it has now stopped altogether after antibiotics (although I still bring up some pale green phlegm occasionally) however I had an x-ray and I apparently have a small shadow at the bottom of my left lung and have been referred. are these connected?
Mon, 17 Feb 2020
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Hello,

It may be due to several causes.

For further assessment you may require sputum examination, complete hemogram, chest x ray after chest physician consultation.

Further treatment mainly depends upon the underlying condition.

Continue breathing exercises.

Keep your self hydrated and take balanced diet.

Hope I have answered your query...
Let me know if I can assist you further.

Regards,
Dr Shyam kale
Family and general physician
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Suggest remedy for coughing up of blood

Hello, It may be due to several causes. For further assessment you may require sputum examination, complete hemogram, chest x ray after chest physician consultation. Further treatment mainly depends upon the underlying condition. Continue breathing exercises. Keep your self hydrated and take balanced diet. Hope I have answered your query... Let me know if I can assist you further. Regards, Dr Shyam kale Family and general physician