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Know pneumonia causes and symptoms

Pneumonia is an infection that makes airbags in the lungs fill with liquid or pus, which makes it harder to breathe. The most common symptoms are a cough that can be dry or produce phlegm, fever, chills, and fatigue. Other symptoms may include nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, and chest pain. and lack of breath. As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to affect people around the world, pneumonia has become a greater health problem. We can see some covid patients without symptoms and also with symptoms. The only solution is to get in touch with nearest blood test lab.

Bacterial Pneumonia

This type is caused by various bacteria. The most common is Streptococcus pneumonia. It usually occurs when the body is weak in some way, such as disease, malnutrition, old age, or weakened immunity, and bacteria can enter the lungs. Bacterial pneumonia can affect people of all ages, but if you drink alcohol, smoke, have health problems, have had recent surgery, have respiratory diseases or viral infections, or have weakened immune or respiratory systems, you are at high risk.

Walking pneumonia

Walking pneumonia is a less severe bacterial pneumonia. Doctors sometimes call it “atypical” pneumonia. The symptoms may be so mild that you don’t know that you have them. You may feel good and can perform daily activities, which is where the word “walking” comes from.

Viral pneumonia

Viral pneumonia is the most common form. Children and the elderly get it more often. It is usually mild but can become severe in some cases. Rest and hydration are the best treatments, but antibiotics can also be used to prevent related bacterial infections. Doctors may also recommend over-the-counter medications to relieve symptoms of fever, pain, and chest pain. Viruses that can cause pneumonia include the common cold, flu, and Coronavirus 2019 (COVID-19), which can be very serious.

If you have pneumonia, you want to consult a doctor at the earliest. They will ask about your symptoms. Then they can run several tests to understand what is happening.

  • Using a stethoscope Doctor can hear crackling or bubbling sound
  • X-ray Chest
  • WBC count
  • Sputum test
  • Measure oxygen level in your blood using pulse oximetry

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