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Dr. Sue Ferranti
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Bronchitis (Definition)

An inflammation of the mucous membranes of the bronchi. May be caused by either viral or bacterial infections, and is treated with antibiotics , steroids, inhaled bronchodilators, or mucolytics. Bronchitis can ...Read more


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Hi can you have bronchitis without a fever?. And how do you know if you have it is there a test for it?. Where can u buy it what's the symptoms of it.

Hi can you have bronchitis without a fever?. And how do you know if you have it is there a test for it?. Where can u buy it what's the symptoms of it.

Lotta coffin: Yes, you can have what's called "bronchitis" without a fever, or much else but a cough. The cough can vary and also what you may spit-up. At your age if you DON'T have a fever or spitting up bad-tasting glarp, then it's a cough, variously called "bronchitis," "viral syndrome," or something else that sounds official. But if it's intense, frequent and annoying, see your doctor, it could be pertussis ...Read more

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Could you potentially have pneumonia or bronchitis without a fever or having a cold/flu first?

Could you potentially have pneumonia or bronchitis without a fever or having a cold/flu first?

See below: What you are asking is whether the pneumonia can develop without earlier symptoms and the answer is yes it can suddenly happen. ...Read more

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Is it possible to have pneumonia or bronchitis without having fever or having a cold/flu first?

Is it possible to have pneumonia or bronchitis without having fever or having a cold/flu first?

Absolutely: You can have pneumonia or bronchitis, and the first symptoms you have are the symptoms of the pneumonia or bronchitis. Nothing else has to happen first. ...Read more

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15 mo old son recently had bronchitis the cough & fever stopped almost a week ago. he is coughing again with a low fever & a small rash on his face?

15 mo old son recently had bronchitis the cough & fever stopped almost a week ago. he is coughing again with a low fever & a small rash on his face?

Recheck: He should be rechecked. Either he didn't get completely better or he is having a recurrent episode. Is he exposed to infections or does he attend child care? Is there a family history of asthma? Make sure his immunizations are current. All the best. ...Read more

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Been treated for uti's which return. usually on omnicef to prevent them when needed. doctors are looking into why this happens (endometrosis, etc). now I have bronchitis like symptoms, fevers, mucus drainage, no allergies, just seasonal and antihistimes d

Been treated for uti's which return. usually on omnicef to prevent them when needed. doctors are looking into why this happens (endometrosis, etc). now I have bronchitis like symptoms, fevers, mucus drainage, no allergies, just seasonal and antihistimes d

Uti's: Recurrent uti can occur after vaginal intercourse,taking baths instead of showers,wearing very tight jeans,or from structural anatomic abnormalities of the urinary tract. A Urologist is best qualified to evaluate and treat you. If bronchitis is not improving a course of appropriate antibiotics should help. ...Read more

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Which is the most common/effective Antibiotics do you use for Bronchitis with no fever. i have used Doxycycline 100 mg but with no help.

Which is the most common/effective Antibiotics do you use  for Bronchitis with no fever.  i have used Doxycycline 100 mg but with no help.

Bronchitis: If you are treating acute bronchitis antibiotics will seldom help since >95% of cases are viral or environmental. Are you sure this is bronchitis? The major bacterial causes of bronchitis are exacerbations of chronic disease or acutely, adult pertussis, Mycoplasma, Chlamydia, pneumococcus and Hemophilus but the latter groups are very infrequent. Good luck and hope this helps. ...Read more

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Got a zpack yesterday for bronchitis. Congestion, cough, fever, hard to breathe. Now nauseated, abdominal pain. Should I be concerned?

Got a zpack yesterday for bronchitis. Congestion, cough, fever, hard to breathe. Now nauseated, abdominal pain. Should I be concerned?

Side effect: The symptom you are getting is the side effect of the medicine and you may want to change the antibiotic to other medicine please contact the doctor who prescribed the antibiotic ...Read more

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I have been coughing for 2 weeks.No common cold.Mucous is thin. Today experiencing chest pain on left side.Bronchitis or pnemonia?No fever

Musculoskeletal pain: Coughing persistently can result in musculoskeletal chest discomfort due to muscle strain, cartilage inflammation, bone bruise or even fracture. This pain will resolve once the cough resolves. Without fever or discolored sputum, the cough is unlikely to be due to infection. Bronchospasm, gerd, post-nasal drip or a combination of these is more likely. See your doctor for diagnosis/treatment. ...Read more

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Is it normal for a 6 year old to sweat and cough, after being sick? My 6 year old was sick with bronchitis, bad fever cough, now that she is doing better, no fever, still coughing, and having cold sweats at night, is that normal should I worry?

Is it normal for a 6 year old to sweat and cough, after being sick? My 6 year old was sick with bronchitis, bad fever cough, now that she is doing better, no fever, still coughing, and having cold sweats at night, is that normal should I worry?

Usually : Usually after a bout of pneumonia or bronchitis, the cough is the last symptom to disappear - occasionally taking weeks to resolve. As long as her cough is continuing to improve, then it most likely is ok. If her cough is worsening or if she is having any difficulty breathing, then you will want to contact her doctor right away. The cold sweats may or may not be concerning - is she still having fever at night and the sweats are when it breaks? If you are noticing a pattern to when she has these, you may want to take her temperature prior to the sweat to make sure she's still not having fever - that would be a reason to see her doctor right away. As long as her fever is gone and her cough is improving, i'd say you were on the right track. If you have any specific questions about her symptoms or treatment, give her doc a call. Good luck! ...Read more

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I have (likely) viral bronchitis. No fever but on oral steroids albuterol biaxin (clarithromycin) and still short of breath. What now? Increase roids?

I have (likely) viral bronchitis. No fever but on  oral steroids albuterol biaxin (clarithromycin) and still short of breath. What now? Increase roids?

Depends : Depends how long u have been on treatment. If u just started then be patient. If end of u'r treatments u need to call u'r doc for follow up as u may require her/him to listen to chest again or order CXR. Even possibly to get a spirometry test on u. Inhaled steroids and long acting beta agonist, (Advair/Symbicort/Dulera), may be needed instead of more oral steroids? ...Read more

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Been having cough runny nose & cough is worse at night my buggers r kinda green throat sore is this bronchitis or uri? No fever or chills very scared

Been having cough runny nose & cough is worse at night my buggers r kinda green throat sore is this bronchitis or uri? No fever or chills very scared

Post nasal: The only one who can make a diagnosis of bronchitis is the one who examines you and listen to your lungs. By your account you have a postnasal drip that flows out more to your throat at night and causes more irritation and coughing. The color of the secretion usually does not mean much. ...Read more

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What to do for a child with bronchitis, off and on fever, and coughing?

What to do for a child with bronchitis, off and on fever, and coughing?

See doctor: Bronchitis is almost always a viral infection, although children can have pertussis (whooping cough). Fever may occur with this. If, however, the fever is quite high, the character of the sputum is changing or looks like pus, the child is having problems breathing, or is otherwise worsening, then a visit to your doctor would be a good idea. ...Read more

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I was recently dx with bronchitis & pneumonia. Fever free for more than 24 hrs, but I still have a productive cough. Is it okay to go back to work?

I was recently dx with bronchitis & pneumonia. Fever free for more than 24 hrs, but I still have a productive cough. Is it okay to go back to work?

Depends: There is No definitive correct answer here, but your Treating provider would be able to best answer that question. Depending on the time and onset of your symptoms, how many days treatment of antiBx you have had, etc all may play a role in a return to work date. If you work alone, you may be fine, but if you are around many others in a closed space, then a productive cough would be frowned upon. ...Read more

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Have bronchitis no fever at dr. prescription for inhaler and zpak if I get a fever. Why zpak if I get fever? Spiked fever and started zpak. Exposed to flu a.

Have bronchitis no fever at dr. prescription for inhaler and zpak if I get a fever. Why zpak if I get fever? Spiked fever and started zpak. Exposed to flu a.

Monitor: Generally, simple bronchitis is viral and does not require antibiotics. If you have developed fever, it still could be viral. Flu is possible too and you can get checked for it. If you smoke and have other conditions or your symptoms last longer than 2 weeks, bacterial bronchitis is likely in which case, antibiotics will help. ...Read more

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Can bronchitis, sinus infection and fever cause ESR to go up? Mines was 110, now I feel 100% (4 weeks later) it's back to normal. They since tested me for ANA, SPEP and other countless test. Normal.

Can bronchitis, sinus infection and fever cause ESR to go up? Mines was 110, now I feel 100% (4 weeks later) it's back to normal. They since tested me for ANA, SPEP and other countless test. Normal.

Not surprising : The ESR can be a measure of inflammation and increase when sinuses and bronchi are infected or inflammed. The ESR should return to normal when treatment is complete and effective ...Read more

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Dr. Mark Diamond
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Fever (Definition)

Fever = elevated body temperature (can be ...Read more