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Pneumonia. Using inhaler, taken steroids and antibiotics. Dizziness, weakness and lightheadedness. Cause of concern?

hello, i went to the hospital on sunday and was told i had pneumonia warning , i took the steroids and antibiotic , and have been using the inhailer. i have been bed rested for the last three days and i felt well enought to go to work today. after a few hours of being at work i am sick to my stomach and extremely dizzy, weak and light headed. im 22 year old female and have no under lying health issues. i dont know if this is cause for concern.
Asked On : Sun, 3 Feb 2013
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General & Family Physician 's  Response
It would have been better if you could have shared the information on what antibiotics and steroids you are taking or have taken for what duration.
Based on the information shared by you it seems you are having post infection asthenia.
If your symptoms are aggravating then you should visit your hospital at the earliest on the contrary if they are subsiding then there is no cause for concern.
Wishing you a faster recovery
Take care :)
Answered: Thu, 4 Jul 2013
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Diabetologist Dr. Basheer Ahamed's  Response

Patients experiencing symptoms like this in the convalesce phase(Recovery phase) is normal.

There are chances that you may be suffering from gastritis(Infection or Drug induced).

1. Take small meal frequently which can be easily digested.
2. Proton pump inhibitors.

If the symptoms does not improve consult your doctor.

Answered: Thu, 4 Jul 2013
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