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A fever is the body's way of fighting-off illness and infections. The normal adult temperature has been programed into our minds as being 98.6...
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Normal? No. Can it happen? Yes. Depending on the pathogen that is causing your sinus infection (most are viral, some are mycoplama, and some are...
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I do not know your son's medical history (age, type of pneumonia, type of treatment, etc.), but playing outside is fine in most cases. If he has...
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Pneumonia may be contagious. Though not usually easily spread, pneumonia may be transmitted through the infected individual's sneezing and...
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just wondering if he has ever had any problems with his heart. that was the first thing that came to mind when i read your comment. could be...
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She can go back to school when she feels better and has the energy to tolerate the school experience. Pneumonia is not contagious.
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Pneumonia IS fluid in the lungs.
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Two common reasons for three year olds to have a on-going cough: Undiagnosed asthma and day-care attendance.  If you have a family history...
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Hi Pneumonia, does not pass on.But you say you have had a fever, and with these other symptoms, sounds like you have had the flu and now you getting...
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Fever blisters (herpes simplex) are unrelated to your pneumonia, but when you body is fighting off another illness, it is not uncommon for these...
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Nothing bad will happen. It takes the flu vaccine about two weeks to be effective.
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Maybe, this could be a delayed drug reaction, perhaps from the antibiotic course, or this could be hives to something entirely different. You...
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Could be signs of high and low blood sugars, poor circulation, and possibly hypertension. You  need to find a good doctor who will run the...
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