I have an 18 yr old daughter that started spitting & coughing blood at the end of January this year. Her other symptoms were fatigue, chest tightness, cold like & flu like symptoms, fever, & rash. On the first day they found a she had a pneumomediastinum which just disappeared in a couple of days. She was in 3 hospitals & saw numerous doctors from January to March. The tests that they performed were chest CTs, chest Xrays, bronchoscopies, bromide test, TB test, bloodwork(CANCA, PANCA, antiglum), urine, CT angiogram, upper GI endoscopy, & nasopharyngoscopy. No one could find anything. One of the last doctors said it may just go away & we will never know what it was. Well it went away in March & now it is back. It is not as severe but this was the first day. If anyone has any ideas comments are welcomed. I am not ready to go back to the doctor without some action plan on my own.Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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