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How fast can I make my shortness of breath and fever go away?

How fast can I make my shortness of breath and fever go away?

Depends: It depends why you have it. If your symptoms are from a chronic disease like COPD and heart failure the symptoms may not go away quickly. If these symptoms have just come on and you have not seen your doctor, do so immediately. ...Read more

Dr. Mark Diamond
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Fever (Definition)

Fever is the temporary increase in the body's temperature in response to some disease or illness. A child has a fever when the temperature is at or above one of ...Read more


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Severe shortness of breath, headache, fast heartrate when standing, warm upper body no fever, lasted over week, worsening daily.normal ekg,xray,oxygen?

Severe shortness of breath, headache, fast heartrate when standing, warm upper body no fever, lasted over week, worsening daily.normal ekg,xray,oxygen?

Cannot diagnose: It is impossible to diagnose illnesses over the internet and that is not the purpose of this website. You need to be seen by a doctor, provide a full detailed history and undergo a thorough physical exam. Good luck and I hope you are better soon. ...Read more

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UTI, pain near hip bone l side+ l flank pain. fever. Shortness of breath, fast heart beat. nausea,vomiting, can't eat or barely sleep. Help?

UTI, pain near hip bone l side+ l flank pain. fever. Shortness of breath, fast heart beat. nausea,vomiting, can't eat or barely sleep. Help?

Go to the ER: With that symptom list, you will feel better the fastest if you go the nearest urgent care center or emergency room right now. Do not wait as these symptoms do not typically get better on their own. Good luck and I hope you feel better soon. ...Read more

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UTI, pain near hip bone + r side + r flank pain. no fever. Shortness of breath, fast heart beat. nausea,vomiting,can't eat or sleep. Help?

UTI, pain near hip bone + r side + r flank pain. no fever. Shortness of breath, fast heart beat. nausea,vomiting,can't eat or sleep. Help?

Go to ER: Not sure why you think you have a urinary tract infection, but if you are having right sided pain like that, you may also have either a kidney stone or the UTI involves the kidney (pyelonephritis). Given you symptoms, it would be best for you to be seen in the ER for tests, you may need to be admitted for pain control or iv antibiotics. ...Read more

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Why would glandular fever cause shortness of breath?

Why would glandular fever cause shortness of breath?

Viral pneumonia?: Glandular fever (infectious mononucleosis) acts like flu. The virus can infect your lungs causing inflammation and breathing problems. It also can affect your berating muscles and nerves. It can be dangerous. Please let your doctor know this ASAP. Good luck! ...Read more

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Fever, asthma history, & slight shortness of breath. Just more asthma, or maybe pneumonia?

Fever, asthma history, & slight shortness of breath. Just more asthma, or maybe pneumonia?

Not asthma alone: Fever is not seen in asthma alone, unless there is an accompanying infection. Asthma symptoms and shortness of breath can be worse if there is an infection in the lungs at the same time. This could be a bronchitis or pneumonia. If changes are seen on a chest xray, then it is likely to be a pneumonia. Either way, you should be seen by a doctor. ...Read more

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My 15 month old has a fever of 101.8 and shortness of breath. Should i take him to the er?

My 15 month old has a fever of 101.8 and shortness of breath. Should i take him to the er?

perhaps: You should call your pediatrician. If you don't have a pediatrician, you should take the child to an er to be evaluated. ...Read more

Dr. Luis Villaplana
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Shortness Of Breath (Definition)

Breathlessness is the sensation of not being able to catch one's breath. It may be seen in asthma, heart failure, ...Read more