Fluid in the lungs is known to the medical community to cause Pulmonary edema. Fluid on the lungs makes it difficult to breathe, thus creating a pulmonary edema. This can be caused by heart problems, pneumonia, or from certain toxins and medications.
First off, you should most definitely be checked out by a doctor so you can be properly diagnosed.
If you have an infection you will be prescribed antibiotics. You may also be told to go on diuretics to reduce the fluid. You may be administered oxygen and/or need a tube for chest drainage.
Keep an eye on your condition so it does not worsen.
If you have any trouble breathing contact 911 as soon as possible.
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