Dr. Idris Q answered:
2 years ago
It will be hereditary if your dad or mum or someone who is a close relative has the same. For now we need to probe in order to find the cause. I mentioned 2 likely things that might be responsible earlier during our discussion but I don't want you to bother your head about the names.
Chest scanning or X-ray might not reveal what's wrong with you. Let me also add the problem might not have anything to do with bacteria. The problem, from what I could gather might be from you nose and throat, that's why you need an Ear/Nose/Throat specialist. You can get this specialist is some general hospitals. But if you can visit a specialist centre, or a teaching hospital, you will definitely find one there. If you have difficulty finding one, we can help. Send an email with your name, location and phone number to email@example.com. You can send the audio file to me through this email firstname.lastname@example.org. Specify the audio is for Dr Idris, it will get to me. Thanks