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Green poop in kids in pneumonia

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then stool turn bright green then white, low energy and no appetite for about 10 days. He's a very active kid ...4yr old son is chronically sick for the last 7 months. pneumonia twice with one hospitalization ...

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Hello, I was wondering if I had pneumonia , I was sick last week with a head cold , now I am coughing and this morning I hacked up dark green really thick and sticky phlegm, I feel congested in my ...

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I just had an operation for pneumonia I had puss surrounding my lung. And. I needed surgery I am on 2 anti biotics for my lung. My question is should I be around people. Say like a kids birthday party ...

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I started coughing up dark green phlegm. Could this be pneumonia and should I go to urgent care ...

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be concerned about pneumonia? Thanks for your help.Sorry, I just realized that auto correct changed my ... and thick green mucus with chest pain is suggestive of an infection in your airways. It is not due to asthma ...

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I have a chest infection- each morning I cough up yellow- not green gunk so I have not asked ... gurgle, like liquid bubbling. I am concerned it might be pneumonia. ...

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Hi.. i have a nephew who is diagnosed with Pneumonia.. the X-ray report shows patchy on both ..., but his stool color is green..can u pls help.. as we are little worried... thanks.. ...

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for two weeks. I thought I was better and now feel like I am back sliding. I have green mucus when I blow my nose and sneeze.I am 58 yrs old . could it be walking pneumonia? ...

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I had pneumonia years ago and am thinking I am getting it again. The cough is bronchial and deep and it feels almost like I m breathing menthol, if that makes any sense. Phlegm is green when coughed up and my ...

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My son had pneumonia in jan this yr confirmed on x ray. He was given azithromicin for 5 days. during the end of same mt we took him to urgent care and the xray again showed pneumonia this time very ...

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hai, doctor my kid is 3 and a half year old last Friday onwards she have cough and mild fever .sunday we went to clinic started antibiotic is going on for 7 days. our doctor is telling to us pneumonia ...

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my child has pneumonia , she is having green bowel movements..is this normal ...

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patient reports loss of appetite, diagnosed with pneumonia in both lungs, is elderly and has 5 pound weight gain, fever is present, sputum is yellow, and green large amounts. I believe she ...

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. Is it typically safe for kids to travel after having pneumonia? ...My daughter is 10 and had pneumonia a month ago. She has a chest X-ray scheduled tomorrow to follow ...

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my daughter is 4 years old , she suffered from pneumonia ,and got curred one month before, now she is again suffering from cough?doctor suggested to use montair -LC Kid tablet daily for 3 months ...

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doctor1 MD

Hi , His clinical examination and investigation ( blood X-Ray etc) must have shown the features of pnemonia (as your history ).Now you need iv antibiotic management( according to culture n sensitivity until then emperically ) after emergency treatment if required and other supportive management . Hope this ll help Thanks n regards

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hi dear,welcome to healthcare magic... it is an inflammatory condition of the lung—affecting primarily the microscopic air sacs known as alveoli. It is usually caused by infection with viruses or bacteria and less commonly other microorganisms, certain drugs and other conditions such as autoimmune diseases. Typical symptoms include a cough, chest pain, fever, and difficulty breathing.