Inflammation on the Lung
by Miss Christine Hull
I had serve pains in the center of my chest i went to hospital i had 5 ecgs which was normal.
3 chest x-rays which was normal this went on for 2 weeks so i rang the health line and they asked me what the pain was like i said it feels like a lead weight in the middle of my chest, she said I'm sending a ambulance the paramedics came first and i told him about the x-rays and eecgs I'd had so he did another one and it was normal I said I'm not going to emergency again he said go to your doctors in morning and tell you want to see a specialist so he sent me to a chest specialist and a heart specialist.
I had the camera down my throat and they said i had hiatal hernia i cried to the doctor so he said ill send you for a CT and they found a lump on my lung so they did biopsy and they said it was inflammation then I went to see the heart specialist he said I don't think theirs anything wrong with your heart but I wll put you on the treadmill I was on it for ten minuies.
The doctor said the lines on the graph should be straight mine was all jagged I had to have angogram so I did my lv function was good with an ejecton fraction greater than 50%
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