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Walking pneumonia fainting symptoms

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't control it and was getting a fainting symptoms when he tried to do so. He takes about 2-3 cigarettes a day ...

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to walk in clinic and they did xrays and said I had beginning of pneuomonia on my lung and gave me ...

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What are the symptoms of walking pneumonia? I have a productive cough , sore throat , colored mucus, I feel ok during part of the day and then I will feel bad again. No appetite, tired, wheezing ...

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at,walkin clinic told sinus infection & walking pneumonia . could she tell if only walking pn. by listening. oxygen was 98% gave antibiotics prednisone , inhaler, nasal spray . could she tell walking just ...

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I have been diagnised with mild pmeumonia. I am 65 with a cimpromised immune system The pneumonis was discovered during a CT scan . I have no apparent symptoms. Is this "walking pneumonia? I am being treated ...

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was in the lip and the other in the eyebrow. I nearly fainted when I got them but I had not been eating a lot and I had walked for about an hour to get to the place having eaten very little and not having drank any ...

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dizziness and nausea and have diarhea. I fainted four days ago and my blood pressure was low. I have never fainted before in my life. Could I be pregnant and is ittoo early to test? ...

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I am concerned about a friend who seems to zone out and almost fall asleep during a conversation. I discovered aluminum foil with a black sooty residue hidden in bathroom trash. There was an unusual odor in the room also. Can this foil be tested...

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My 78 year old father recalls feeling confused and disoriented while exercising in the gym yesterday. He then passed out and hit his head, losing consciousness. The gym employees described what they thought was a seizure following his fall. He has...

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Worsening episodes of fainting symptoms, when an episode happens I feel all or dome of these, very spaced out, dizzy, blurred vision , unable to focus, nausea . Feel like im going to faint ...

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originally just like fainting. But then i was scared to start the anti convulsant medicine prescribed (i hadn ...(i wrote down all the symptoms i had afterwards because i knew id forget),then i gradually blacked out ...

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is that each time it happens I feel like I m about to faint and my body feels somewhat weakened sometimes I lay ...

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my nose and sneeze.I am 58 yrs old . could it be walking pneumonia? ...

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, could I be experiencing walking pneumonia? I ve had it before and never knew it, went to doctor cause I ......normal everyday flue. However I am supple able to pneumonia, I ve had 3 pneumonia vaccine shots, but can still get ...

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I just read the article on symptoms of walking pneumonia and I have many of them. Started with a heavy deep cough in the lungs last week; now it seems to be breaking up leaving me with a sore throat ...

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doctor1 MD

hello its most commonly due to stress or high blood pressure. Get your blood pressure checked. Thanks

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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.

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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