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How long does it take to recover from valley fever

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How is valley fever treated ?

Mother (69 years old, 5foot 3 inch, 145 pounds) has a very bad case of valley fever that was left untreated for 11 years. Last year, removed a nodule from the lung thinking it was cancer, but it was valley ...
 

Suggestions for Valley fever

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What is valley fever?

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Is there any way I can get relief from Valley fever or build up my immune system? ...
 

Suggest treatment for gastroparesis and vomiting when diagnosed with valley fever

My daughter, 31 years old, has gastroprorecis (sp) and has recently been dx with Valley Fever ... amounts of what we this is blood. What is our next step, take her to the ER, ect. ...
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Hi, My husband was diagnosed with Valley Fever, but was

Hi, My husband was diagnosed with Valley Fever, but was never put on any type of medication because he was told that it was mild and that his body was taking care of it... He noticed a lump on his ...
 

Suggest treatment for valley fever

and stiff. Can I get Valley Fever again? If so how likely is it? ...I had valley fever causing a whole in my lung I was treated with Difuclan for 3 years. I had ...
 

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on August 29th. She hasn t gotten any better. She is in Arizona, so I m worried she has Valley Fever. She ... Valley Fever seriously. What should we do? ...
 

Diagnosed with pneumonia, menengitis and valley fever. Taking oxygen. Has the brain been damaged?

and valley fever. They thought he would not make it, they took him off the breathing machine twice and had .... He is getting oxygen through a mask. Will this be permanent and how can I tell if his brain has been ...
 

Is it possible to have valley fever with blood tests negative?

I have been diagnosed with valley fever even though I had 3 negative blood tests. I have been ... valley fever even with negative blood tests? Do they not give the arm test any more? ...
 

What are the symptoms of valley fever?

I recently was diagnosed with bronchitis while in Colorado but previously was in Arizona for a couple of months. I have now heard about Valley Fever and am wondering about it because I am still ...
 

Is body aches,fatigue and vomiting with asthma sign of valley fever?

valley. Could this be valley fever or just a cold causing my asthma to bother me more? ... fatigue and nausia but did not have vomiting, fever or a snotty nose. I have been dignosed with asthma ...
 

Can valley fever be sexually transmitted ?

Is valley fever contagious through intercourse? ...
 

Does smoking increase the chance of Valley fever?

HI, I am wondering if I can get some information online about smoking and Valley Fever. My husband has been recently diagnosed with Valley Fever and he is a smoker, what are risks, does smoking ...
 

Can red rashes on knee and vertigo be symptoms of valley fever?

I live in Tucson AZ and had valley fever about 15 years ago. One of my symptoms was vertigo. I now ... itchy) on the front of my legs below the knees. I also feel fatigued, and malaise. Could I have valley ...
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Hi, Acute valley fever don't require treatment. Even when symptoms are severe, the best therapy for otherwise healthy adults is often bed rest and fluids — the same approach used for colds and the flu. If symptoms don't improve or become worse or if you are at increased risk of complications, your doctor may prescribe an antifungal medication, such as fluconazole. Visit any chaitable hospital.
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