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How Long After Starting Antibiotics For Pneumonia Can I Go Back To A Teaching Job
Diagnosed with pneumonia. 6 weeks pregnant. Still feel really crappy. Only 2 days into antibiotic. How long should I be Off work?
Do you need a functioning ACL if your job requires you to stand for long periods of time, eg teaching? Is it considered a very strenuous activity?
Not necessarily : Most ors who treat many acl tear pts.Will reccommend arthroscopic acl reconstruction in 22 year olds because of the risk of further injury( meniscus tears, chondral injuries) and the potential for the knee to " give way" w/ activities. Now if this pt .Is older and just " stands" @ work nonoperative tx( functional knee bracing and rehab) may be considered .. Speak w/ board certified ors ...Read more
Although I'm feeling better from my antibiotic meds for pneumonia I am still coughing and have a sore throat and not feeling strong enough for work. Been on meds for 4 1/2 days. When do I go ahead and push myself to get back to work?
Almost 6 days since dx w/pneumonia, starting antibiotic.Still have 101 fever,severe cough w/phlegm,chest/back pain.Is this normal?
Pneumonia-whats wrong if after 3days of taking zithromax antibiotic, the fever never subsides.It still ranges 38.3-39.5°c.&still has shoulder-back ache?
I have pnemonia and I am wondering how long it is normal to have night sweats and sweating chills thru out the day for? been on antibiotic for 48 hrs
Viral or bacterial?: Viral pneumonia will not respond to antibiotics so the symptoms will last much longer. Bacterial pneumonia should start responding to appropriate antibiotic treatment within 4 days or so. Often times, medications such as steroids and inhalers are used to hasten recovery. ...Read more
Is it safe for a child to have a fever three days straight i took my son to the ER monday and they said he has pnemonia. They put him on antibiotics and sent him home. He is breathing rapidly and is puking yellow mucus. Should i take him back to the hospi
Fevers : Fevers for the most part aren't dangerous and are just the body's natural reaction to fighting off an infection. Most of these infections are viral and may be accompanied by runny nose, sore throat, congestion, mild rash, or nothing at all. Since fevers aren't dangerous, we usually treat the fever with Acetaminophen or Ibuprofen just to make the child more comfortable as their body fights the illness. "red flags" that we look for with fever to indicate something more serious is going on are: -fevers that last 5 days or more -fevers persistently above 104f orally -a child that acts very sick - very irritable or difficult to wake -difficulty breathing -vomiting, diarrhea, refusal to drink, or dehydration -a purple rash, esp on the legs -stiff neck -any complaints of pain such as the ear, throat, stomach or a joint i am more concerned about his rapid breathing and vomiting than the fever. With pneumonia, you should start to see an improvement after 48 hours of antibiotics. If he is the same or worsening, then you should take him back in. Good luck! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
My teacher was teaching with pneumonia, i then got a cold and now no cold but still coughing a little, could it be asthma or something else? whats hap
Yes: Yes -- at least 10 days needed. ...Read more
I was diagnosed with pneumonia 3weeks ago. Finished antibiotic, no more fever, but the cough is not better and I am so tired?
I've had pneumonia for 3 months i went to the doctor yesterday and he prescribed me an antibiotic.I looked it up and it's a red alert, ?
Communications : Contact your physician and address your concerns. ...Read more
Pt Dx'd with aspiration pneumonia. On antibiotic IV for 2 days now disc. Pt. has occasional bronchial sounding cough. Is pt pneumonia free?
Hopefully : Whoever made the diagnosis treated you first on an inpatient basis with IV mess and then decided that you could be treated on an outpatient basis safely. The fact that you have a cough is not a sufficient criteria of cure or not. Talk to your doc. If not satisfied make a virtual consult with me. ...Read more
Mucinex (guaifenesin): Yes it should be fine.Get a more detailed answer ›
Severe Lung Disease: Acute interstitial pnumonia also called hamman rich syndrome.It is rare severe lung condition that affects otherwise healthy people.There is no known cause and cure these patients are treated in ICU in hospital.And often require ventilation support , steroids are used intravenously and since it is not caused by infecton antibiotics are not usually needed.Often the condition is fatal in 60% of time. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I just started a job at an elementary as a teaching paraprofessional. What is the best way to keep from getting sick in that environment?
WELLNESS: The single best deterrent in that environment is HAND WASHINGTON!!! ...Read more
Can you continue teaching with dysphonia.Im treated with botox every 3 months but it only lasted 7 weeks this time.Its interrupting my job "a lot"?
Is it ok to take qvar and xopenex (levalbuterol) for cough from pneumonia. Already on antibiotic (11yo)?
My boyfriend and i had unprotected sex while he's still taking his antibiotic for pneumonia. What are the risks if i get pregnant?
I have bacterial pneumonia-no insurance--so no antibiotic--any suggestions on how to get a prescription? I'm traveling so very low on funds.
MDlive: You can call mdlive.Com and talk to a physician who can help you by diagnosing your problem and prescribing necessary treatment. I am in the state of wa, so if you were to pick up a prescription in that state, you can talk to me, otherwise, each state has physicians that you can talk to and be treated accordingly. ...Read more
My boyfriend had pneumonia, took an antibiotic, and now loses his breath when talking. Is this from the pneumonia? Had it about a month ago.
Hello, I have some who is coming from PA with walking pneumonia. She is my girl friend and what if she kisses me? She did take antibiotic though.
Measuring risk: It sounds like ur girlfriend took the prescribed treatment -which means there's a good chance the germs are 'gone' IF they were bacterial germs to begin with. "Walking pneumonia" is generally mild (hence patient can still walk around) but it could have been caused by a virus -for which antibiotics will have no use at all. If she is really sick-ur risks are higher. If recovering, ur likely OK. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Depends: Pneumonia is an infection of the tissues of the lungs, and can be caused by many different organisms, including viruses, bacteria, atypical organisms, fungi, and even parasites, among others. The antibiotic of choice will depend on the bug and its sensitivity to antibiotics (if at all). ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Is the antibiotic that is generally considered to be the best medication for treating hypostatic pneumonia also the best medication for treating sepsis?
Depends: This is a good question. Geographic location plays an important role in these decision. There are different resistance patterns in different communities. Here in chicago, we use the fluoroquinolone class as first line (levaquin (levofloxacin) or avelox). There are many different options in addition to these. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
My 10 year old son was diagnosed with pneumonia last Friday, he has taken his antibiotic for 3 days. He woke up this a.m. with the croup. Related?
Aids patient with pneumonia undergoing antibiotic treatment continues to get worse. What should be done next?
AIDS and Pneumonia: If a patient with aids is also ill with pneumonia then the right type of treatment needs to be determined with at the very least an x-ray. There is a common pneumonia known as pneumocystis pneumonia that can occur when one's immune system is weak. This can be picked up on a simple x-ray. If this patient is getting sicker please get them to the right medical provider asap. ...Read more
I have pneumonia i'm on an antibiotic but i'm having sharp pain around my lung area is this serious of why is it happening?
I quit my teaching job due to laryngeal refluxii tried ppis h2 blocker strict diet but nothing helped what can I do what about linx is it help?
Given levaquin (levofloxacin) orally + antibiotic shot in l rump for pneumonia & now suffering severe hip jt pain on shot side also shoulder jt pain. Why?
Best to see MD: There is a side effect of fluoroquinolones wherein, there develops inflammation in the tendon (tendonitis) which can cause softening of those attachments to the point of rupture. Don't move those tendons too much right now, allow cooling off and see your doctor as you may need treatment if that is the case. ...Read more
My 1yo dgtr has had 2 ear infections & now has pneumonia. This is her 4th antibiotic in 3mos. Are there any risks? She was breastfed for 1yr.
Check immune gobulin: It might be advisable to check her immune globulins because of the frequency of infection. ...Read more
My 9 month old baby has pneumonia and I have him on his prescription antibiotic. Can he also take a cough medicine?
Agree no meds: I completely agree with dr bergman. Please do not give any medications to your 9 month old. While it has been common practice in the past, and physicians often recommended drugs for cough and cold, recent studies have shown they do not help and may in fact cause harm. No child under 2 years old should take any cough/cold meds, including over the counter. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I am a dental hygienist and was just told that I have a small area of pneumonia on my chest X-ray and was prescribed an antibiotic. Can i go to work?
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