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Old 01-31-2004, 06:33 AM   #1
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Ct Scan Good

after coughing blood for the last few months, I went to the doctor and he sent me in to do a CT SCAN.

After living on the edge for 24 long hours, the doc told me that the CT was normal, nothing showing. ( can you imagine how happy I was? )

But, I ask him, why Iam I coughing up blood. He said I was coughing too hard.

Well, as I told him, the blood is coughed up the first thing in the morning. I don't cough hard. It's just there in the morning, with no "hard coughing".

I wonder what else could be the reason? any imput would be appreciated.

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