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Mom is having cold sweats, fever, cough, fatigue, stuffy nose, chest pain for a week now. What's wrong?

Needs evaluation. It is not feasible to provide a meaningful opinion without examining your mother. Please consult your doctor. A week is too long to wait for the symptoms she has. Read more...

Wheezing cough that causes vomiting, constant chest pain, severe headache, fatigue, 99.5-100.5 fever, flushed face, sore throat, green mucus. Ideas?

GetChecked/Treated. From the symptoms you describe,fever,chest pain,headache,sore throat and green mucus .It seems you have a respiratory Infection.It could be a Bacterial infection as you have green mucus.Get it checked by your Doctor as you may need Antibiotics if doctor feels you need after your examination. Read more...

Mild throat pain, change in voice, stuffy nose, fatigue, some stomach pains, ear pain, some chest pain. Been about a week or so, 20 yrs old, Hard to breath?

Mgt. I would advise seeing your PCP for fever. prolonged cough or other prolonged symptoms. If you are short of breath or having problems breathing, I would advise seeing the ED. Otherwise a follow up appointment tomorrow with your PCP. Probably this is a self limited viral illness with either a secondary infection, pleuritic inflammation, or bronchospasm. Read more...

Hard to breathe from nose, yellow sputum, painful cough, fatigue, and upper chest pain. No fever.

Bad cold or. Something else? This could be a bad virus or even pneumonia. See the doctor for complete treatment. See the doc tomorrow to listen to your lungs. If you cannot go to the doc, see an urgicenter. This needs prompt treatment. If you smoke please stop. This will make it worse. Read more...
Infection. These symptoms are consistent with a viral upper respiratory tract infection which usually resolves without specific treatment in a week or so. Signs that a more serious infection is present include fever,chills,sweats,worsening cough, chest pain on deep breathing,increasing discolored sputum, and shortness of breath. See your physician if your symptoms persist or worsen?chest xray,antibiotics. Read more...

Can you have allergic asthma with no wheezing or cough? I breathe normal but something doesn't feel right when I inhale in my chest. Been checked and heart and lungs are normal. I also have a stuffy nose at night.

Asthma. simply means "inflamed" lower airways, can be allergic or non-allergic, and yes it can happen without wheezing/cough, just chest tightness. Whether you have asthma or not, you need to be evaluated for your symptoms by an asthma specialist, you may not have the condition. spirometry, sort of lung function testing, or methacholine challenge may be needed. See an allergist or a pulmonologist, good luck . Read more...