Coughing blood trauma

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This could be blood from your nose, throat, teeth, or lungs and the exact cause and site needs to be identified. This could be secondary to minor trauma, infection, or in rare case cancer. Was it fresh blood? Was it mixed with mucus or sputum? Was there any associated cough? Do you have any dental problems? How much was it? Are you on any medications currently? Let us know what your doctor advises and keep us posted on how you are doing. Hope this helps. Regards.
Hello and hope you are doing well. Coughing up blood could be due to an infection a sinus infection or a lung infection. Sometimes trauma to the lungs can cause this or it could just be throat irritation. Therapy lies in treating the underlying cause. With your symptoms it is likely you may have developed respiratory infection . Please consult your primary care physician for further evaluation. Hope this helped and do keep us posted.
What is important is to find the cause of nose bleed—infection, trauma, rhinitis, using blood thinning medications, high blood pressure, bleeding disorders, polyps and growths in nasal cavity. Yes, bleeding from the posterior nares into the mouth cavity can cause a gag reflex and a vomit or cugh. It may not be something very serious, but on the other hand repeat nose bleeds can become serious too. Please consult your PCP for primary examination followed by proper referral to an ENT specialist.
I am actually asking about my husband (very worried wife here) For about a little over a month my husband have been coughing and sneezing up blood. He can not tell exactly where it's coming from, but feels like it gets stuck in his throat sometimes and he will start gagging, then feel nauseous. He does not have any pain in throat or nose.
The reason for the brown sputum could be that there is a little blood in your sputum. Blood has iron and this could cause the brownish discoloration. You don’t have to actually see blood in the sputum if it is a minor amount. This could be due to an infection a sinus infection or a lung infection. Sometimes trauma to the lungs can cause this or it could just be throat irritation. Also, sometimes it could be due to bleeding disorders.
I am 55 caucasian female, good health,lift weights for 25yrs at the gym, no medications. I had a chest xray because of a recent incident of coughing up blood(but this only lasted 2hrs). The xray showed a compression fracture of the T8 ?Could this be related to a emergency thoracotamy I had in '85 for a hemothorax ? " " an assault where my ribs were cracked in 2005? ?
Only 1% of the body's magnesium is stored in the blood and only 0.3% in blood serum so clinical blood testing may not pick up a deficiency state. Magnesium deficiency symptoms are numerous but include some of the symptoms you list such as unable to take a deep breath/difficulty breathing/shortness of breath, chest tightness, chronic fatigue, impaired memory, allergies. Low magnesium can aggravate asthma symptoms (vitamin D deficiency worsens asthma severity).
Also, if anyone has ever heard of anyone losing their senses after head trauma and regaining/not regaining them. Please comment, any feedback is greatly appreciated. Thanks greatly!
The altered phlegm could be due to blood mixed with sputum. Coughing up blood could be due to an infection a sinus infection or a lung infection. Sometimes trauma to the lungs can cause this or it could just be throat irritation. He will need to consult your doctor who may need to do a sputum culture and sensitivity to determine what antibiotic the organism is susceptible to. He may even ask for blood test and an X ray. Lung function tests could further help in evaluation.
they admitted him and checked for heart problems and possible blood clots. the answer was no to both, but they continued to give him shots near his navel for blood thinning. he was told he had bronchitis and a touch of pneumonia. after 2 days he was released,but his chest still aches and he is still coughing. i am worried about him since he is 67 yrs old and had been shot during a vietnam tour and part of his liver and stomach is gone due to that trauma.
okay well my boyfriend all of a sudden started coughing up blood today[9/4/07] and he said it came out of no where. hes a smoker and he used to do drugs but im not sure whats happeningg.
What could be the true reason that I am coughing up blood? I need some help and I really hope that I can get some soon because I can't afford a visit to the doctor at the present moment. This diabetes has rained all of my money away since day one. I'm not poor, but I am fighting with everything I have to keep a job and get my supplies such as my insulin, test strips, and insulin pump supplies.
Hello and hope you are doing well. Coughing up blood could be due to an infection a sinus infection or a lung infection. Sometimes trauma to the lungs can cause this or it could just be throat irritation. It could also be due to tumors of the lung. Would advise you to consult your primary care physician for evaluation and therapy. In the meantime try to avoid smoking. Hope this helped and do keep us posted.
trauma, coughing, sneezing, straining, heaviy lifting.
I am constantly straining muscles from the intense coughing, I've coughed up blood twice. I finally had a CAT scan and it shows that my lungs are fine, except from some harmless scarring from prolonged coughing. Antibiotics have no effect on the cough. I've used Tussionex (codeine cough syrup) for years, but drs. don't like to prescribe it, so I use it when I can't stand it any more to make it last. The cough leaves me so exhausted, and my muscles painful, and it's almost impossible to sleep.
Coughing up a large amount of blood (more than 100mL in a 24hr period) is a medical emergency. Regardless, any coughing up of blood (hemoptysis) is a serious symptom. There are many causes of this. This includes airways disease (such as bronchitis, cancer, airway trauma), pulmonary disease (tuberculosis, pneumonia), immune disorders, pulmonary thromboembolism, heart conditions (valve disease), or blood disorders.
What causes broken blood vessels in the eye, when no trauma accoured. nothing happen, it was just suddenly there. It's very ugly, and embarressing.
Has anyone heard of ABH, Angina Bullosa Hemmorigica, where blood blisters can form on the soft palate or cheeks? Information appreciated!
The common causes of petechiae include local injury and trauma, allergic reactions, autoimmune diseases, viral infections that impair blood coagulation, platelet conditions, or certain medical treatments. They are commonly seen right after birth in the newborn and after violent vomiting, coughing or in your case, crying hysterically. This usually resolves on its own and has no permanent or long term effects. It is best that you avoid crying in this manner or anything that may cause this.
two weeks ago i began coughing up blood. this continued for a few hours. i went to the hospital and they took my blood pressure which is normally low and it was 197 over 120. they gave me a catscan and told me there was too much blood to see where it was coming from and i have to have another in six weeks. they put a camera into my lungs and i was told they washed my lungs but when they washed the blood away it just came back. they kept me in the hospital over night and then sent me home.
This is called a subconunctival hemorrhage and can be caused by coughing, sneezing, hard straining, and eye rubbing. Sometimes occurs for no apparent reason. Usually totally painless. Often, worsened by taking aspirin or other blood thinners. You should go ahead and see an ophthalmologist since you have some associated headaches.
Do you still experience spiting of blood or hemoptysis? Hemoptysis is usually caused by violent coughing; lung infections such as bronchitis, pneumonia or bronchiectasis; trauma to the chest; and even in nose bleeding. To determine the underlying cause, additional tests like chest x-ray or CT scan may help. Take care and do keep us posted.
Hello and hope you are doing well. Hemoptysis or coughing up blood could be due to tuberculosis. But if it not improving with therapy, this could also be due to an infection a sinus infection or other lung infections. Sometimes trauma to the lungs can cause this or it could just be throat irritation. It could also be due to bleeding disorders. Please discuss this with your doctor am sure he will provide further assistance. Hope this helped and do keep us posted.
I get a sore throat (not tonsils but when you swallow) I now go straight on antibiotics and use Bricanyl inhaler although it doesnt seem to have much effect except to cause alot of mucus coughed up from the lungs. It causes me to have spasm coughing and if I cannot control this to 3 or 4 coughs my windpipe closes over making it hard to breath in or out. The last one about 2 years ago stopped me breathing in and out completely for 10 to 15 seconds and I thought I had bought it.
I have heard that blood vessels in the white part of the eye can burst/break (subconjunctival haemorrhage) due to strain like heavy coughing and sneezing etc ,but can heavy strain also cause blood vessels in the iris to burst/break? if so what would the symptoms be?
Conjunctival hemorrhages may be associated with trauma, rubbing one’s eyes, high blood pressure, medicines which prevent clotting of the blood such as coumadin, aspirin and increased pressure. The hemorrhage resolves over time. I would definitely see an eyeMD to determine whether you indeed have a conjunctival hemorrhage and to have your blood pressure checked. Dr. Feldman Sandy T. Feldman, M.D., M.S.
The most common cause of petechiae is through physical trauma such as a hard bout of coughing, vomiting or crying, which can result in facial petechiae, especially around the eyes. Petechiae in this instance are harmless and usually disappear within a few days. Petechiae may be a sign of thrombocytopenia (low platelet counts) when platelet function is inhibited (e.g., as a side effect of medications or during certain infections), or in clotting factor deficiencies.
If it both eyes at the same time it might be more likely to be related to trauma, severe coughing or vomiting, blood disorders that make the blood too thim, bleeding in the orbits, or blood way too think from warfarin or thinning medications.
The doctor said it was atypical and I probly had just chest wall pain (costocondritis) and that my blood counts can be abnormal cuz of stress. EKG was normal, chest X-ray was normal, However I am concerned about my blood tests. My WBC was high at 11.2, 11.0 being normal. My NEUT % was high at 78.0 when 76.0 is normal. My NEUT ABS was high at 8.8 when 7.2 is normal. And my LYMPH % was low at 16.3. everything else was fine. I am scared because the left side and center of my chest still hurts.
Hi, How are you? Hemoptysis or coughing up blood from the respiratory tract may be caused by a number of conditions, diseases, and medical tests. This is not the same as bleeding from the mouth, throat, or gastrointestinal tract. Aside from tuberculosis, other conditions leading to this include blood clot in the lung, Bronchiectasis, Bronchitis, vasculitis, pneumonia,laryngitis, and even from irritation of the throat from violent coughing.
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