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How is pneumonia caught

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How does a healthy 58 year old get Bacterial Pneumonia in both lungs? I am still very sick. The only strange probably coincidental , but 2 days before I had a lot of endontical work done . 4 root ...

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I've had pneumonia for a month now. I just went to the Dr. yesterday because I was told they won't write for antiob. Was this wrong? Did I do more damage by not going? How do I know where I got it from? ...

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What is the most accurate way to diagnose pneumonia? And is the body more susceptible to catching it, after the first incidence? And can pneumonia patients also experience flu like symptoms ...

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I was in the hospital for two and a half weeks I caught the flu pneumonia Mercer into staph infections I got sent home with a pic in my arm to administer myself antibiotics the pic is now removed ...

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my brothers caught tuberculosis, they live together. Roland stayed home, his tb is active and takes ... for tb and it is latent. He was admitted in the hospital for pneumonia. He has been in the hospital ...

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% of my kidney is working. I have an x ray yesterday, the impression says I have right basal pneumonia, I caught the cold about ten days ago, it was giving co-amoxictav 625mg once a day for ten days andflumucil ...

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,ago i caught pneumonia, which in short gave me gave me heart arrythmia, take anitbiotics, i.v. which ... , he said we dont have any journals or references we can look up to c how people go off them , so just ...

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they said i had the beginning of pneumonia. He only gave me a zpack and some cough medicine. The thing is I ...

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Hi my mother died suddenly 7 days ago of brocho pneumonia totally unexpected with no symptoms aged 69 fit and healthy, I was first there first there and handled her for any responses, I have now ...

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with pneumonia and is being treated with antibiotics. He did not have high fever, has COPd, Can I safely visit him in hospital. What is my risk of contracting pneumonia from him. I am generally in very good shape ...

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I am worried that I might have pneumonia . I have been on antibiotics since Thursday, but my cough ... be compared to how u feel when u ran a race and I am just laying in bed. I Do feel rundown and weak. ...

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hello My father is eighty three years old suffering from pneumonia presently and undergoing antibiotic treatment at home since last 5/6 days. initially he was having high fever and heavy cough ...

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My fiancé has been coughing uncontrollably every night for the past 4 months. He is 23 years old, 5 9 , about 140 lbs., and has been told by his dr that he has walking pneumonia. He has been ...

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Increased respiration rate, difficulty in respiration, fever (with or without chills), cough with dusky red sputum. these are few symptoms which will help you know

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Hi, Thanks for writing in. Inflammation of bronchi (small airways) is known as bronchitis. When there is infection by micro organisms then it is called pneumonia. Pneumonia is accompanied with fever, weakness and coughing sputum in large quantities.

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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.