Pneumonia symptoms sweating

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Most likely all of your symptoms are from the withdrawal. I've had every one of them before. I've never heard of getting pneumonia from quiting. That is only my thought, and I could be completely wrong.
A number of what are called collagen-vascular diseases can also present with a variety of symptoms and pneumonia. You are not shadow-boxing, if you are truly sweating, flushing and febrile. You need a comprehensive evaluation of your problem.
Hello and hope you are doing well. Besides the investigations mentioned, it needs to be correlated with clinical symptoms and blood tests. Tuberculosis can cause an evening rise of temperature and increased sweating. This also causes a loss of appetite; as such this is accompanied by weight loss. So, record his temperatures, on a two hourly basis to detect an evening rise of temperature. Also, the blood counts will show a raised ESR and increased lymphocytes.
I have been on antibiotics for pneumonia for 5 days and while most my symptoms are gone my right lung still feels heavy. But what is bothering me the most is the onset of night sweats and muscle jerks. Right before I am able to fall asleep I usually have some muscle jerks but for the last two days I haven't been able to sleep because my diaphragm has jerked as soon as I drift off. It will even continue jerking till I wake up according to my husband.
I brought my 80 yr old grandmother to ERs, and finally a hospital the last 3-4 weeks...She was treated for dehyration..than 10 days later "supposedly" pneumonia symptoms than admitted and chest xrays, ultra sound, mri and than a biopsy yesterday...after her right lung closed up. She has cancer on through her whole right side...I don't know what kind until the biopsy but one doctor said she had 3 months if she was lucky...
My boyfriend has asthma. He has been having cold symptoms for about a week and now he is weezing, coughing, shivering, sweating and hurts all over. He saw a PA today and he gave him an antibiotic, but tonight he's really shivering and his cheeks, hands and feet are cold, but his forehead is hot. Can a lack of oxygen cause this? Could it be pneumonia?
usually it was just shortness of breath with cough and it always got better after a few minutes (i was not taking any medication) Recently, for about 5months now, the frequency and intensity have increased Now I have this heavy feeling in my chest, and its like my heart is beating too fast, i cant breathe well, im coughing and no matter how cool the environment, i start sweating sometimes, i feel dizzy and I even had a total blank out once.
however, we have found that patients with chronic infections such as Mycoplasma often sweat profusely, especially at night, but often after temperature changes. The other symptoms of CFS and IBS have also been noted at high frequency in such patients.
I am 25 years old and I also developed tachycardia after pneumonia. In Feb of 08 I was diagnosed with pneumonia but it was a bit too late. I was hospitalized for 4 days. I went to see my dr because I thought I had a cold that just wasn't getting better, turned out to be pneumonia most likely caused by untreated bronchitis. After I left the office I went to Target to pick up the prescritions she had prescribed, an antibiotic and an inhaler.
But sometimes, certain infections like tuberculosis can cause an evening rise of temperature and increased sweating. It can cause pneumonia. This also causes a loss of appetite; as such this is accompanied by weight loss. So, record your temperatures, on a two hourly basis to detect an evening rise of temperature. Please check with your doctor to rule out this condition. Regards.
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About a month ago I got quite ill, I didn’t go to the doctor I just let my body fight it out. I had fever like symptoms. Sometimes I would wake up in the night so cold I was shivering, other times I would wake up sweating. I had a cough before then, which has now got worse, it is deeper and when I breathed out I can hear my self wheezing but really deep near my stomach. My house mate at the moment has pneumonia in her lung and she said this sounds like what she has.
My brother who was 51 years old, just died of cardiomegaly (500 grams) and severe arteriosclerotic cardiovascular disease. One week before he died he was diagnosed as having pneumonia and was given cough syrup, two inhalers and 5 days of a strong antibiotic. He returned one week later to the same doctor and had a second set of x-rays taken and was told that has lungs still had not cleared up.
Since my discharge, I have been using a nebulizer 4 times per day to help with my breathing (with Atrovent). I continue to have all prior symptoms, but my sweating is becoming severe. I have never had this type of sweating. I am 48 years old...had a total hystorectomy when 23 due to a diseased uterus. I was diagnosed with gastroparesis last year and am being continously treated for this too. I am weak and tired all the time. I am scheduled for a MRI tomorrow.
3 times in the last 4 days I have had horrible stomach cramps/diarrhea/terrible sweating (I am soaked)/feel as if I am going to faint. Over the years I have had this but not for about 3 years now and to have it 3 times in 4 days is not fun. I realize my blood pressure is dropping. I have to lay down immediately (sometimes this is on the bathroom floor) and I am soaked thru. After about 5 minutes I am fine. I am a bit drained, but feel ok. I have gone to work.
A1C normal as well. my symptoms have become more progressive over last 6 months. i had pneumonia in 2009 with radiologists declaring after several cts, bone scans that i possibly had metastatic cancer or possibly "myelo -something leukemia". after 9 months of testing nothing showed up. i continue to be followed every 6 months by oncology. could this possibly be some form of leukemia. i feel something is off.
I went to the doctor when im already having over 38degreesC fever,sweating, extreme coughing and breathing chest pain.i coughed a lot,at times i was vomiting but nothing come out,made the pain much worse.too much coughing and pain keeps me awake at night. Doctor gave me 7 days roxithromyxin and ambroxol. I bought two different kinds of roxithromycin- 3days roximed and the other 4days cheaper coz the pharmacy was out of stock and im so sick to find it.i took it anyway.
4. After a minute of sweating I suddenly feel something coming out of my rear end. I try to squeeze it out and only a hard stool comes out. 5. The sweating stops and the stomach cramp subsides. I think everything is over and I clean up. I walk out of the toilet and in about 2 minutes time the stomach cramp and the fainting sensation comes back (I've fainted only once to date from this and was out for about 15-20 minutes). 6.
temp fluctuation from 97.5 - 99.2, chills, body aches, overwhelming fatigue, wheezing (treated daily with asthmanex), on and off again for a variety of left-sided body discomfort: underarm aches, upper arm ache, hand weakness, inner ear ache or numbness, tinnitus, facial numbness, headaches, twitches in upper eyelid. I also experience breathlessness after simple activities, have a dry cough occasionally, and have anxiety (exhibited in the fact that my teeth are always clenched).
Home Access testing is just as accurate as any other testing method. Thus, your symptoms cannot be due to HIV. ARS doesn't typically cause pneumonia; and your symptoms are entirely compatible with what someone recovering from pneumonia would feel. The rash could be allergic due to the pneumonia meds, or a hundred other things. You should be discussing them with your doctor, not looking for answers on line. You put your finger on it: your problem is anxiety, not HIV.
I do no expect diagnosis even from doctors here, I just want help and some respect. My concern is that this is not neurological, but all the symptoms point that way. There are days I tremor so bad, or have spasms that I cannot do normal things. I need help sometimes with basic care. My thyroid is very slightly low. Practically, it is just borderline. I have hypertension that goes up and down despite 8 years of being on medication.
Personally I feel that I have all the symptoms in the book and this (not fever or sweating) and this dull pain in axilar and inguilar area can only mean some sort of infection - why would this hurt as I am taking one of the strongest antibiotics in the market? Thank for listening guys. Your comments do help. I will get back to you in a week. Teak, would you agree that at 7.5 weeks no matter what risk I had or not have - the result would be accurate? Thank you.
Dear CCF MD, This is so called heart month, where every morning show and news station has a segment on Heart health, most focusing on the differece between cardiac symptoms among men and women. It seems to me I am hearing more and more tragic stories of women dying suddenly from heart attacks, most of them had sought medical attention weeks, days and even hours before collapsing and from what I have been told the majority of them were given a diagnosis of "stressed out".
With all the sites out there that have info on Vitamin D, their just doesn't seem to be one that has all the symptoms that can accompany vitamin d deficiency. I'm going to list my symptoms, so that others may have some insight, in layman's terms. I hope anyone else with the deficiency would also post theirs.
With small fiber neuropathies, symptoms including burning or buzzing or other vague symptoms starting in the feet and hands then in some cases spreading to other parts of the body. The EMG/nerve conduction studies (NCS) (tests done to check for neuropathy) will not show an abnormality, and a definitive diagnosis can only be made with a skin biopsy so that the number of nerve endings can literally be counted.
weight 80lbs in 5 months (Nov 07-April 08 260lbs) weight loss 20lbs in 30 days (Jun 08-July08 240lbs) (no change in diet or excersize) Loss of energy, Intense Fatigue Night sweats, Hot flashes, and excessive sweating Migraines, Dizziness, Nausia Uncontrollable Shaking, Numbness on Right Side Difficulty Swallowing, Swollen Tonsils, Tender Neck Paper thin nails, Loss of hair, Split ends to scalp I'm cold all the time, when I don't feel like I'm on fire Really bad anxiety, mood swings, and
I cannot give you a clinical diagnosis over the internet unfortunately so you should see your doctor about these issues also Hopefully I can give you a few pointers though First of all, the first thing to exlucde with the perineal symptoms is an STD and you should have a swab for chlamydia etc After a viral infection, there can be a triggerred immune response to the nerves and one can see muscle or nerve irritation, manifested as fasiculations.
You were not specific on the symptoms you experience, but my guess is that when you exercise you don't drink water, or you sweat to excess. This will dehydrate you and you will lose salt and other minerals. You can experience shaking of the hands, visual disturbances, headaches, stomach aches, stitches in the sides, exhaustion, low grade temps and other unpleasant symptoms. If this is the case, try drinking a fluid that has minerals in it like Cytomax.
Short term memory loss, alterations in mood. Plaques found on lungs, though it was pneumonia - started on IV antibiotics, consult with respiratory doc, following lung biopsy reveals asbestos exposure. Approx 1 week following surgery; Starting in Rt leg and foot numbness, tingling, loss of sensation to toes, pins and needles, progressed to numbness Rt thumb. A few days later Lt foot and hand develop same s/s.
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