- Would I know if I had pneumonia?
- What are the 4 stages of pneumonia?
- Is Vicks VapoRub good for pneumonia?
- Can you get over pneumonia without antibiotics?
- Can you have pneumonia with no symptoms?
- Can you have silent pneumonia?
- How do you know if you have silent pneumonia?
- What can be mistaken for pneumonia?
- How do you know if you have bronchitis or pneumonia?
- How long can you have pneumonia without knowing?
Would I know if I had pneumonia?
The signs and symptoms of pneumonia may include: Cough, which may produce greenish, yellow or even bloody mucus.
Fever, sweating and shaking chills.
Shortness of breath..
What are the 4 stages of pneumonia?
There are four stages of pneumonia, which are consolidation, red hepatization, grey hepatization and resolution. Pneumonia is an infection of the lungs, and it can impact either one or both of the lungs.
Is Vicks VapoRub good for pneumonia?
A. We are impressed that Vicks VapoRub on the soles of the feet actually helped a serious cough that signaled pneumonia. We do NOT recommend toughing it out with a home remedy as long as your hubby did. Q.
Can you get over pneumonia without antibiotics?
If you have viral pneumonia, antibiotics won’t help. You’ll need to rest, drink a lot of fluids, and take medicine for your fever. If your symptoms are severe or if you have other conditions that make you more likely to have complications, your doctor may send you to the hospital.
Can you have pneumonia with no symptoms?
While fever is a common symptom of pneumonia, it’s possible to have pneumonia without a fever. This can occur in specific groups, such as young children, older adults, and people with a weakened immune system. Pneumonia can be caused by a variety of germs, some of which are contagious.
Can you have silent pneumonia?
Technically, it’s called atypical pneumonia and is caused by bacteria or viruses; often a common bacterium called Mycoplasma pneumonia. Bed rest or hospitalization are usually not needed, and symptoms can be mild enough that you can continue about your daily activities, hence the term “walking.” But don’t be fooled.
How do you know if you have silent pneumonia?
How Do I Know if I Have Walking Pneumonia? Atypical pneumonia usually presents with persistent but relatively minor symptoms. A person might have a sore throat, lasting dry cough fever and headache. Potentially, the disease may also cause fatigue, muscle aches, abdominal pain, chills and a high fever.
What can be mistaken for pneumonia?
Less common diseases that may be confused with pneumonia include pulmonary emboli, or blood clots in the lung; bronchiectasis, and lung cancer.
How do you know if you have bronchitis or pneumonia?
An inflammation of the lungs, pneumonia has many of the same symptoms as bronchitis, including:Persistent fever (often high)Cough, often with yellow or green mucus.Chills, which sometimes cause shaking.Shortness of breath.Sharp chest pain.Confusion (which occurs primarily in older people)
How long can you have pneumonia without knowing?
If you have walking pneumonia caused by Mycoplasma pneumoniae, you can be considered contagious from two to up to four weeks before symptoms appear (called the incubation period). During this time, you will not realize you are contagious and spreading pneumonia.