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How long does pulmonary edema last

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the doctors' and my own time, so I want to know a realistic timeframe to see how long I have to continue ...

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into pulmonary edema . got Lasix from my allergist/immunologist. she tells me I still have mast cell disease but also have hereditary angioedema .odd presentation as I got pericardial effusions and pulmonary edema ...

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Yes My brother in law is 75 yrsold. He was in the hospital with a kidney stone. It was removed but he continues to have swelling and his kidneys were going into failure. This was 1 week ago, The doctors waited for his condition to improve and have...

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Is it possible to detect pulmonary odema in an x-Ray? ...

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on immunosuppressant, BREATHLESSNESS FOR EVALUATION- LRTI VS PULMONARY EDEMA POST RENAL TRANSPLANT WITH ALLOGRAFT ... of pumonary edema -with CPAP - FiO2- 90% - down tirated to 70% peep -9 RR -14 BP - reemained elevated at 190 ...

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a child in 2005 and went in to heart failure. I developed the pulmonary edema. I had an ICD device implanted in 2003, I have a had a second one implanted in 2014, how long can I live with this device. I do ...

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different antibiotics. While in the hospital he developed pulmonary edema and his electrolytes dropped very ... formed. My mother, 84, is beside herself with worry. How long can he have this diarrea before they need ...

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reduced me down from twice a day about a month ago. My first flare 10 years ago I developed pulmonary edema and water around my heart. Could my leg swelling be another flare? ...

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Hi Doctor i m aged 76 and am a keen gardener, yesterday i was at my allotment, and my nieghbour started burning plastic tubing, the wind brought the fumes in my direction i accidently breathed in these fumes and immmediately started coughing. I...

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my daughter has fluid in her lungs from birth. she is 9 months old. she is never ill , strong and very playful. she only breaths with a kind of sound coming out from chest cavity when she plays hard and the sound is very faint when she sleeps. i...

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my mom age 68 diagnosed for pulmonary edema , hypoxia got treated at hospital . was given anti depression drugs , duolin, budecort nebulizer and wysolene20mg , 2 days after discharge resulted in severe ...

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Hello, sir my ne is Sushil . I had water in my right lung . Dt. Removed 1 liter of hello water. Now, after two month i am on my medicine. Dr. Told me when diagnosed, your tb is not contagious. I want to know , why. Water filled in my lungs as I...

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My mother had symptoms of tb... Got x-ray done and it showed some fluid in lungs.. Done another test where pleural was extracted and tested... But results showed no bacteria found.... However doctor suggested to start tb medication... My mother is...

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like I have gained 50 and pounds -some docs say it is my edema(from heart fluid) some say ...

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i think my mum has pulmonary edema but she wont see a doctor ? and hasent done for many years ... ??????? how long has she left ?????????? ...

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doctor1 MD

you are having slight pulmonary edema according to your history. better to go for xray.

doctor1 MD

This is due to pooling of secretion in the throat with pulmonary edema(collection of fluid in lung) causing mixture of air and fluid(a foamy appearance)