My X-ray Result

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A friend was able to read my post on Thankful Thursday and she expressed her concern about me. She asked more about Solitary Pulmonary Nodule since last year the same kind of nodule was found in her x-ray but her doctor did not recommend an oblique x-ray just like what I undergo 2 weeks ago.

SPNs are fairly common abnormalities on chest x-ray images.Nearly one of every 500 chest x-rays shows a newly diagnosed SPN. Sixty percent of all SPNs are benign. In certain geographical areas where there are infectious agents especially fungi that cause SPNs, the percentage of benign SPNs increases remarkably . Malignant SPNs may be primary Stage I lung cancer tumors or metastases from other parts of the body.

I greatly thank God that the suspicious SPN in my lower left lung around 1cm in diameter was no longer seen on the second X-ray. My brother who is a physician told me that what was seen maybe was cartilage or phlegm. Thank God nothing was really wrong with my lungs. Talking about this reminds me of tramadol no prescription site I once stumbled in the internet. Actually, I went to the doctor to complain about my backpain. I read about tramadol no prescription many times from the post of other bloggers, I learned that the medicine is a famous pain reliever in the US. That many Americans buy tramadol no prescription from various online drugstores for convenience. As for me, I do not need this medicine for my backpain since it was gone after taking a local oral intake of muscle pain reliever.

Now I am very careful of my health after that X-ray findings. I am back with my taebo and cardio exercise. I am also extra careful with my diet – less carbohydrate and high in protein. I make sure to sleep 8 hours and drink 8 glasses a day. I have a list of my healthy Resolution. I will post it next time.


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