What are the Symptoms Of Pneumonia?

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  1. PhoenixV profile image62
    PhoenixVposted 6 years ago

    What are the Symptoms Of Pneumonia?

    What are the symptoms, causes and treatments for Pneumonia?

  2. teamrn profile image67
    teamrnposted 6 years ago

    A few causes: dehydration, letting a cold get worse-not better, not dressing for the weather when your resistance is down, aving a cold or flu and not taking care of it with bed rest, etc.

    A few symptoms: fever, phlegm is yellow-green-brown, chills, shortness of breath, cough

    A few treatments: water and liquids to decrease thickness of phlegm so you can cough, antibiotics and cough syrup, rest and sleep, chest percussion, movement

  3. Peace2009 profile image60
    Peace2009posted 6 years ago

    Hi there it normally starts off with a chest infection or even the common cold eg flu, if not treated with antibolics it will become worst & will end up with the person going into hospital & getting antibolics given by the needle. it will effect the lungs as if you have astma as when you take deep breaths it will become very painful even when you cough. So a treatment will be arrange of antiboloics as well as drinking a lot of water to continue flushing the toxins out of the body.

  4. bhargvi sharma profile image41
    bhargvi sharmaposted 6 years ago

    Pneumonia is a serious disease which affects your lungs & make it difficult for you to     breathe.A pleural effusion fluid is collected around the inflamed lung...........
    Severe Cough with sputum, fever, lowering of body temperature, nails turn blue, sometimes your body colour will start  turning blue,chest pain during breathing in /inspiration,sore throat, shivering are the symptoms of pneumonia.
    It is caused by pneumonia virus.persons addicted to drugs, having frequent viral attacks,alcoholic persons generally face this disease.

    It can be treated by using antibiotics.

  5. Dubuquedogtrainer profile image61
    Dubuquedogtrainerposted 6 years ago

    Symptoms: Shortness of breath; fever; cough; discomfort or pain in the chest, perhaps due to coughing; excess sputum production; fatigue

    Causes: bacterial infection; smoking; impaired immune system; upper respiratory infection that spreads; aspiration

    Treatment: rest; fluids; antibiotics; sometimes supplemental oxygen; coughing and deep breathing exercises; chest percussion and drainage; adequate humdification


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