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Coughing black mucus with little blood
After doing cardio exercise i get bad cough and spit very dark mucus and sometimes very little blood (pinch of blood) as well. the blood comes only once. This continues for at least 15-20 mins after doing cardio. The coughs are very deep. More deep is the cough more black mucus comes out and sometimes i get very bad pinching pain in my chest (just middle of chest). This is happening from last 3 months. I smoke 4-5 ciggs a day from last 7 years. Recently i got medical chk up. My ECG and Chest Xray are normal. Please suggest ..HELP!!!
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Don't worry it is due to acute broncho spasm, can treated easily, u can do ur cardio exercise regularly.
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send me ur x-ray through practo consult.
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Blood from chest needs a CT scan with contrast of your chest.. get it done and come on practo consult
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