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Yes, a pleural effusion can spontaneously resolve. It also depends on the cause though, i.e. an infection/inflammation then more likely to resolve if treated.
It has improved a lot, possibly resolved.
Yes, unless it is recurrent
If it keeps coming back. This is likely from an infection, so treated infection helps it resolve.
Excellent, sounds like you are are making good practice.
It appears that is correct, please do not worry.
That is what I believe
No, especially if this is an infective cause.
That is fine as as we have discusssed.
Yes, that is fine to do so
I would assume normal activity should help, just don't over do it - take care.
Yes, it isn’t a contrain
No, the vaccination will not help your effusion, but the effusion isn't a reason to avoid having it. Diuretics are tablets to help off load additional fluid.
It could, but in a mild effusion it isn't required.