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Hi You say, what are the chances I could get hospital acquired pneumonia? answer non its just possibility that its just a follow on from the...
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You can always catch an illness from a child, but most of these are viral (like colds). Your pneumonia shot only protects you from certain types of...
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Has she been on medications for over 7 days?  Is she still running fever?  How well is your 87 year old Father?  Has he recently been...
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I am sorry that your Partner is sick,  He should have been admitted to Hospital. I would take him back to the ER and see what they can do...
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I have lung problems myself, and I found that I have nodules on my lungs and I also spit up a lot of phlem, and I also have a pulmonary doctor that...
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Here's the WebMD description of pneumonia:"Pneumonia is an infection of the lungs caused by a virus. Symptoms of pneumonia differ by the...
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Pneumonia, itself, is not contagious.....in other words, exposure to someone with pneumonia will not necessarily cause pneumonia in you. But, that...
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yes, viral and bacterial pneumonia can be spread from person to person via coughing and sneezing. http://nursingandnurses.com
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Hi It was the extra strong antibiotics, these have upset you natural vaginal PH hence your getting YI's, so as OCT drugs don't seem to be...
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There is no medical condition called "pneumonia of the brain". The name pneumonia refers only to the lungs. There can be many types of...
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Yes, assuming that her pneumonia is not contagious, and she is permitted visitors.
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Body ache. High fever. Very tired. Very miserable. Can barely breath.  Before I finally went in most days I didn't know what was going on or...
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This is something that you would need to go to her doctor to get checked out.Keep me posted...
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No connection whatsoever.
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Not at all. Pneumonia is caused by micro-organisms, like viruses or bacteria, not going out in cold weather. This is something your grandmother told...
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