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High temperature and shortness if breath. Sick with Tamiflu Strain. Danger?

I was rushed to hospital with high temp 39.2 shortness breath horried coughing gasping for air transfered from A & E to Acute Medical Ward to was very sick with TAMIFLU STRAIN aloud to come home 2days later home leave. Promised to rest up drink fluids stay on atibiotics .Question is how much danger am I in , when will my amune system get better please ?
Asked On : Fri, 11 Oct 2013
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1. Tamiflu strain means you are diagnosed with Influenza virus types. 1 & 2 [swine flu]
2. look out for other symptoms like: sudden confusion, shaking, problems with speech, hallucinations or convulsions.
3. It can lead to more serious complications, including pneumonia and respiratory failure, shortness of breath, severe vomiting, abdominal pain, dizziness, or confusion.
4. If you have an immuno-compromised state [like diabetes, on steroids therapy ] then immune system takes longer to recover otherwise with good medical treatment and observation, body's natural defense gets better early.
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