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Posted by: A | 2010-04-26

Where?

Dear doc
If one has a slightly thickened bronchial wall, where would the pain be felt? Would it be on the other chest? Thank you. After antibiotics how long would this take to clear up? Thank you.

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Hallo A
If it is due to infection, you would feel pain on the side of the infection. If you coughed a lot, you can develop muscle pain on the other side of the chest too.
Dr Bets

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Posted by: cyberdoc | 2010-04-28

Hallo A
If it is due to infection, you would feel pain on the side of the infection. If you coughed a lot, you can develop muscle pain on the other side of the chest too.
Dr Bets

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