What Does Pneumonia Feel like?


Many people describe pneumonia as feeling like you are breathing through water. Others describe it as the feeling of something constricting their chest. Each person with pneumonia has a slightly different way to describe it.
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Pneumonia Symptoms
The general symptoms of bacterial pneumonia can develop quickly and may include: chest pain, shaking chills, fever, dry cough, muscle aches, nausea/vomiting, rapid breathing, rapid heartbeat, difficulty breathing. Some symptoms may indicate. . . More »
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It depends on the severity and age of the person. I had pneumonia when I was pregnant with my daughter almost 10 years ago and I made it out just fine. There are lots of treatments
People with pneumonia may become short of breath. Chest pain may develop if the
My dads a doctor and he once had mild Pneumonia. I also did a school project on this with his help. Symptoms can vary, but common ones are a high fever, shaking chills, shortness
It takes two to three weeks from the time of infection for the following symptoms to appear: headaches muscle pain aching throat dry cough, which may last for weeks slightly raised
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