At the age of 20, I smoked an average of one box a day for eight years. Four years ago, I went to the hospital for CT diagnosis of pulmonary tuberculosis because of frequent cough. About two years ago, tuberculosis calcified, but the cough has not been good, and I haven't stopped smoking. Recently, I coughed very badly, especially when I lay down to sleep at night after smoking. Recently, I have reduced the number of cigarettes, about four or five a day, Because I always cough after smoking. Strangely, I don't often smoke. I'm afraid it's lung cancer. I hope the miracle doctor can help me with it.
This should not be the case of lung cancer, but there may be pneumonia. I suggest you go to the hospital to have another lung CT examination to see if there are other adverse conditions. If this cough has been occurring and accompanied by this kind of lung pain, it may be the recurrence of pulmonary tuberculosis.
If you are young and smoking is serious, it may cause a certain degree of adverse reaction to the body. If there are some clinical symptoms, there may be some symptoms caused by inflammatory infection, so you need to quit this bad habit. If you suffer from diseases such as tuberculosis, you must quit this bad habit under the guidance of doctors, Active treatment can effectively stabilize the disease.
Hello, this situation is difficult to judge the nature of cough. The early symptoms of lung cancer generally include paroxysmal and irritating dry cough with no or little sputum. You should go to the respiratory department or thoracic surgery of a regular hospital for CT or magnetic resonance imaging of the chest, as well as the examination of relevant serum tumor markers such as carcinoembryonic antigen and neural specific enolase, so as to eliminate organic diseases for timely treatment.