I am a 44 year old female that spent 3 days over x-mas in the hospital for pnemonia and what they thought was a pe, thankfully it was pnemonia and pleurisy.. However during the ct scan with contrast they found , in the right upper lobe a 1 cm nodule and in the lower one a smaller one. On the left side they found 2 nodes one is just under 1 cm and the other is 7mm. I have a series of different test scheduled such as bone scan, pet scan ,pulmonary function tests also. My white cell count was still high upon discharge and I still have alot of pain . They say that it is from the infection,however I have had the pain on the left side for more than a year.. My question I guess is the dr. says that the nodes being small do not cause any pain, has anyone ever had this problem??? thanks so much.:oReply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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