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Not really. Pneumonia is not considered to be contagious, especially after you are well. Some employers require notes for just about all absences...
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no pneumonia is an infection in the lungs that causes mucus buildup 
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Yes, according to a WebMd article (see link below), some people with bronchitis will develop pneumonia. http://www.webmd.com/lung/differences-between...
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The prognosis must be considered as "guarded".Your concern about antibiotics losing their effectiveness is well grounded. Germs will...
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I personally do not think food will cure pneumonia
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I think so because when I have used Clorox in the past to clean my bathroom, when I finished I would have the smell of the clorox in my nose and...
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What should happen? That nurse or medical assistant should be retrained! Other than the inflammation, which is obvious, there should be no long term...
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That would depend on the TYPE of pneumonia, namely the organism that is causing it. For instance, if you had a viral pneumonia, no antibiotic would...
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Yes, if the pneumonia is caused by a bacterial infection and the proper antibiotic is prescribed.
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My mother just had the same issue and she had to have a minor surgical procedure to clear the clots. There are other options as well. You must see a...
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Hi Your question is a very good one, but do think this would best discussed with an obstetrician its more there field.Good Luck
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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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