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chest problems

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  • Posted By: cocabee
  • August 28, 2008
  • 11:34 AM

I am a professional but 5 years ago while on a working holiday in australia i spent 8 hours moving asbestos material not known to me at the time! I have chest pain and have to use an inhaler! Can you tell me is this a very high dosage or the persentage chance i will get mesometholima! When ever i go off the inhaler i seem to get up a large asbestos fibre! Would like some input if it is possible! I have got ct scan but seems to be normal since doctor secretsary said it was okay! But left lower looks smaller than right lower lung! Is this normal?
Thank you!

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