Name: Alina Ahmed

Country: Iraq

Treatment: Lung Cancer

Alina Ahmed, a 35-year-old lady from Iraq, a teacher by profession and mother of twins. Everything was going with the flow in her life until she realised that she was trapped by a deadly disease, Lung Cancer. She was experiencing pain in her chest and rib region, exhaustion, shortness of breath, loss of appetite and weakness. She was presuming them to be signs of some acute disease until one morning when she observed phlegm and blood in her cough. She consulted her nearest healthcare provided and underwent medical examinations. After a few days, she was devastated with shock when she was informed that she is suffering from second stage lung cancer.

For two days she was not able to gather herself to fight with the disease. She talked to the principal in her school about her disease and to her surprise, she learned that she can get the perfect solution to her problem via a medical travel platform in India, Medmonks. The team of Medmonks serves the international patients with the objective of making their treatment journey in India smooth and successful by bridging all possible information and service gaps. Alina reached Medmonks very next day and submitted her query in Medmonks official website (www.medmonks.com). She was reached by the query manager of Medmonks and then the process of successful treatment journey began.

Her medical reports were evaluated and analysed by the physician executives of Medmonks with cumulative experience for over 10 decades in medical domain. Further suitable treatment plans were curated for treating her disease

People may experience:

Pain areas: in the chest or rib

Cough: can be chronic, dry, with phlegm, or with blood

Whole body: exhaustion, loss of appetite, or weakness

Respiratory: frequent respiratory infections, shortness of breath, or wheezing

Also common: hoarseness, swollen lymph nodes, or weight loss

Lung cancer may not produce any noticeable symptoms in the early stages, and many people aren’t diagnosed until the disease has advanced. Read on to learn more about lung cancer symptoms, what to watch out and listen for, and how early screening may help people at high risk for the disease.