Chest congestion gurgling

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Two days later I woke up in the middle of the night with a deep whining-wheezing-gurgling sound in my chest. I tried to cough out congestion without success. Feels like an obstruction in the airway- felt like it was honking shut. Wheeze sounds like a bubbling, foaming, crackeling noise. Nextday saw the UrgentMed MD who prescribed Levaquin (500x7 days) and Albuterol inhailer (2 puffs every 4 hours.
6 yr old Yorkie/Maltese mix. She has had severe nasal congestion for 4 weeks. Wheezing thru the nose, also gurgling purring sounds when exhaling. Lungs are clear. Has had a 10 day round of antibiotics and decongestant with no improvement. Had a 3 day breathing treatment, no improvement. 3 days ago her left eye appears to be bulging out. Went to vet again, pressures are normal. Was given another antibiotic, and eye drops. Was asked to come back on Monday to have someone else look at it.
My son is 13 months old with (in my opinion) excessive chest congestion that has lasted 8+ weeks. He got his first bad cold late December, and while all other cold/flu symptoms have cleared, the chest congestion has endured and has intensified over last 10 days. It does not appear to be debilitating for him, but we can 'hear' him walking across the room by the gurgling and wheezing on his chest.
Maybe the weird gurgling around that stomach or chest/heart area am having somehow skewed it..but it was pretty consistent skewing/readouts for the two right after each other they did. Someone told me the doc's arn't supposed to say anything if you ask if it was alright or not so they don't get sued or something if you did end up having a prob. sometime, or for like excessive testing?
My uncle has severe Alzheimer's and has been in a rapid decline for quite a while. While listening to his chest the other day with just an ear against it, there was a very distinctive watery gushy sound, and at one point it actually sounded as if a bubble had literally burst. It was loud enough to make his wife back away from his chest. He isn't having any breathing problems and is in no pain. This sounded serious to me. Is this gushy sound related directly to his heart, or is it his lungs?
I wouldn't have thought the the low thyroid would cause chest pains. This is likely be to be congestion, asthma, muscle problems. What did your doctor reckon it was?
47:22: I've been having an assortment of issues similar to yours, for over a year and a half. I don't have an answer myself, but I'm still looking hard for one. During most of '97 I had frequent heartburn (3-4x/wk) and frequent gas (both constant burping and painful unreleased pressure). I didn't think much of it, just took OTC calcium carbonate for the burn and simethicone for the gas.
I have a variety of things going on here. I'll try to keep it as simple as possible. About 4 weeks ago I began to have a dry, unproductive cough that resulted in a dry/sore throat, as well as a hoarse voice. About 3 days into it, the cough became VERY productive. After about 2 full weeks, the coughing become MUCH LESS FREQUENT, but still there. In fact, I STILL have a cough (not NEAR as bad as before....but I still do have to cough).
I have a variety of things going on here. I'll try to keep it as simple as possible. About 4 weeks ago I began to have a dry, unproductive cough that resulted in a dry/sore throat, as well as a hoarse voice. About 3 days into it, the cough became VERY productive. After about 2 full weeks, the coughing become MUCH LESS FREQUENT, but still there. In fact, I STILL have a cough (not NEAR as bad as before....but I still do have to cough).
I feel a fast heart beat in my stomach area and a gurgling in my chest and fluttering at night when I lay down. The reason I started writing on here and looking at it was because I saw so many who had similar symtoms and most are women. There is something wrong with this picture. We are told to contact a doctor or call 911, if we have any of the symptoms they announce on TV or write in a magazine. Well if the doctors don't take us seriously why should be keep going.
and I am waiting by the phone for the results of his blood test.. but researching 'fluid in chest in dogs' online.. has resulted to nothing positive or promising. 1. They can drain the fluid necessary but eventually scars... so they can't do it anymore. 2. They can wrap the heart or something with something... so the chyle fluid doesn't reach the heart... but that's only has a 50% rate and then only 20% success rate. 3. Then the other two choices are not good either..
I have a variety of things going on here. I'll try to keep it as simple as possible. About 4 weeks ago I began to have a dry, unproductive cough that resulted in a dry/sore throat, as well as a hoarse voice. About 3 days into it, the cough became VERY productive. After about 2 full weeks, the coughing become MUCH LESS FREQUENT, but still there. In fact, I STILL have a cough (not NEAR as bad as before....but I still do have to cough).
I often get a really bad mucus build up in the middle of my throat that doesn't go away with gurgling salty water or eating things like toast or drinking hot drink but I can feel it in my throat moving up and down it makes me feel like I can hardly breath and it's driving me insane I also suffer thyroid problems gastritis anxiety and depression but my doctor puts it down to anxiety every time I go and see him I also have really bad neck and throat tenderness that is a painful and aches which I s
When I wake up I feel like I have mucous in my chest. I can hear wheezing and feel pressure. I have had stomach problems and take a acid reducer first thing in the morning. What is causing this?
It's the worst when I lay down, and basically , when I exhale and extend my exhale, it sounds like pop fizzing....a gurgling noise...almost like I can HEAR congestion in my chest still. I freaked my husband out by it the other day.... Is it NORMAL to be able to hear such a thing? Is that rhonchi? It isn't high pitched like I read wheezing should be....it's a very UNIQUE sound, but quite EASILY heard by the normal ear...definitely no stethoscope needed. 3. My voice....
I have been on prednisone more than off since the beginning of July due to cough, chest discomfort and dyspnea. The cough is productive with the sputum being thick and white. I had blood flecks in it twice during my hospitalization but none since. My FEV1 is down 11% from when I left the hospital. I am currenty on 40mg of prednisone a day, Dulera (200/5), Qvar (80mcg), Theophylline CR (just starting it again), singulair, albuterol PRN (2-3x a day), mucinex, zyrtec, rhinocorft, and achiphex.
I am a white 34 year old female, non-smoker/never smoked a day in my life, and rarely drink. I went to the ER Friday evening/Saturday morning because I had chest, arm, and back pain. They drew blood, did an ekg, and an xray. They came back normal, and diagnosed me with GERD and torn muscles in my upper back, and muscle strain in my elbows. I believe I've had GERD for most or all of my life, but without the heartburn. I never realized what I had.
Lisa 1.when you said that you can feel the blood gurgling in your chest, was it painful or any throat constriction symptoms? 2.do you feel the urge of spitting it out (or coughing up)? 3.and was it fresh blood with bubbles or with sputum/mucus? 4.do you get blood streaked sputum or pink mucus in other times? thanks for your reply. at least i know someone out there read my posting and talking to me. Many thanks. God bless everyone.
my baby is 7 weeks old and from the last few days he is unable to sleep on his back . he sleeps upright and in my lap or on my chest. everytime i put him down on bed or his crib he wakes up and start crying. i have noticed a sound when he is breathing is this nasal or chest congestion? i gave him saline drops few times but nothing seems to help. any suggestions wil be helpful.
gurgling in the stomach, a full feeling, an uncomfortable feeling while sitting (right side), not really pain just full feeling, burping, bloating and gas. He had to eat bland foods in the beginning and gradually added meats again. I believe my husband developed this due to overuse of aspirin. Recently, the symptoms reappeared last week after he ate eggs fried in shortening. It appears that he cannot tolerate fried foods (deep-fried fish, eggs, etc.).
I was just sitting around talking with some friends when I felt a gurgling in my lungs then up came the blood, again lasting for about 5 minutes, now followed by blood clots. I have not had a cold, any coughing, or chest congestion, suggesting any type of infection. But now my chest aches and I feel terrible. I am calling the Doctors office in the morning. Any suggestions or comments would be much appreciated.
If your doctor is worried that you might have pneumonia, a chest x-ray can look to see if there's an infection, especially for those who have coughed for more than 3 weeks. With a viral bronchitis, you should avoid antibiotics especially zpacks (Zithromax / azithromycin) which are overprescribed for these symptoms , and can lead to side effects and adverse drug reaction such as rash, antibiotic drug resistance and yeast infections.
I started experiencing bouts of chest pain in the center of my chest and left sided chest pain. These pains would last only seconds or maybe up to a minte or so, but were very short. He set me up with a 24 hr. Holter Monitor, and again.....everything was fine, no need for furthur testing he told me and also told me he wouldn't give me an echocardiogram which i had requested, he did not feel it was necessary..
I have been sick, the whole nine yards with similiar problems and more. In addition, I had symptoms of a stomach virus first and some symptoms continue like the diarrea. The nausea is better except for the feeling of extreme hardened mucous in the throat that "needs" to come out. I am so exhausted as I have not been sleeping.
I have had this problem for about a year. The first time I was concerned because I was feeling chest pains around the middle of my chest and my back around the shoulder blade area and also some pain in my left arm, this happened about a year ago. After a heart cath, EKG, ultrasound.....well $12,000 later all the tests came out good. The thing that was a relief was that the heart checked out good.
I usually happens soon after waking while I am still laying in bed. Then each time, a few moments later, I feel movement and hear gurgling in my stomach. When I shared this sensation with a doctor, he could barely hide his amusement. I have experienced severe fatigue, usually following short bursts of moderate physical activity.
i knew there was something because after a meal i would get palpitations but not everytime, i also had occasional chest discomfort which indicates acid reflex but not all the time. it's just a case of trial and error. try some indigestion meds, give them about a week, change your diet: cut out foods that you feel don't agree with you. i cut out carbohydrates, carbonated drinks, fruits such as oranges that are acidic and also vegetables that can cause gas such as broccoli etc.
(kick in chest, sharp pain, tightness for seconds, breathlessness at time of palp). No ignoring these. I had a holtor and an event monitor before the symptoms got too bad and of course only light PVCs showed on the test. My doctor told me everything is benign with a normal heart and that I don't have heart disease. How does he know? My chol. is 240, my LDLs are 138 and my HDL's are low. I have had no stress test or any other. My mother has extensive cardiac disease.
Sometimes, there's pressure in my chest (near my heart) and it's all gas. I'm afraid it's something serious, that's why i'm trying to find out what these symptoms are (before the doctor tells me).
HELLO. Many of the symptoms listed are very familiar to me, and had I not ended up at an allergy specialist that recognized that my symptoms had very little to do with allergies, I would be totally, disfunctionally sick by now. Look up any information you can get on Myofascial Pain Disorder (MPD) because many of the people with TMJ, neck pain & stiffness, head pain at one side of head or eye, or ear, sinus congestion or post nasal drip, bad headaches, sensitivity to cold, etc.
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