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 What is it about coughing that hurts your ribs>>>>>>>>>>?
I have had a severe cold & cough for 3 weeks.My left rib has been sore but today while out at a restaurant my left rib had a deep cough and, "crack" shotting pain... I can breathe deep ...


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 Does children get asthma from lead poisoning? And where to find it.?
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 Asthma,meds that dont cause nerves or fast heart?
anyone take asthma meds that dont and wont cause nerves or shaking or fast heart rate?
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 What is a good home remedy for anxiety attacks?
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 Smoking? Dizzyness?
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Like i can barely stand up..and cant even walk strait..
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 Does smoking depend on what brand of cigarettes you have to kill you?
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 Is it possible to have asthma and not have asthma attacks?
I think I might have a minor case of asthma because my chest hurts badly when I run and for the rest of that day. I've never had an asthma attack, so is it at all possible to have asthma?
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 What reason besides sleep apnea could be causing severe sleepiness?
My CPAP is not making the severe sleepiness go away. I get so sleepy I trip over things and am like being drunk. Yes-the sleep apnea was severe....


 Can you O.D. on oxygen?
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 Should we go to the ER?
We are trying to decide if we should go to the e.r.
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 How often do healthy young adults get Pneumonia?
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 Can chihuahuas really take asthma away from humans?
If so, does it have to be a particular kind of chihuahua i.e. a male or female, fixed or unfixed?
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 I cant breathe, can it be depression???
ive been missin this girl hella lot..like i cant begin to explain

recently i would think bout the things we did a week ago and it would make me so sad that we arent together..

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 What do you do when your asthma is relentless and gets in the way of everything?
I can't work, I can't do much, I can hardly drive much, and I'm even thinking about missing a concert I paid hundreds of dollars to go to in a month, because of my asthma.

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 How do I stop Smoking?
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 Do I have asthma? I need to know...seriously.?
So I've been having shortness of breath since 5 years ago. It hasn't gotten "worse" or anything, I'd say better..or the same, but not worse. To me, it's easier to exhale ...


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Marisa H
Have pneumonia, should I go to the hospital?
Hi Everyone,
I went to the doctor this morning and he told me I have pneumonia. He started me on Meds (Azithromycin) for it and said I should get better in 5 days or so.
My question is I just started these pills today and right now Im having extreame chest pains and some difficulty breathing. Should I go to the hospital or just wait for these pills to kick in?
Is there anything they can do anyways?

Thanks!
                     





dukefenton
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There are things that can be done at the ER, but aside from the antibiotics (which you're already on) most amount to advanced nursing care which you can probably duplicate at home - especially if you have someone to help. Coupage may help, as can a nebulizer; meds for symptomatic treatment can include Ibuprofen, antihistamines (such as Benadryl), and anything with an 'expectorant' (usually Guaifenesin); but check with a doctor before using anything with a cough Suppressant.

I would hope that if your case were bad enough to require hospital care, your doctor would have told you up front. Use your best judgment; but bear in mind that if you go to the ER you might take up time and resources that sicker people need more, and you could also expose people to a contagious disease.


mJc
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Call your doctor's office number - often there is an answering service that will direct your call if it's an emergency. You might also want to call the local ER department and ask them if they have any advice. However, if you are truly having difficulty breathing, along with chest pains you should just head up to the ER. Better safe than sorry.


ginamae222
I would say yes...my friend had pneumonia and she waited a while before she went to the hospital and she ended up having ARDS (Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome). This can be fatal...not trying to scare you but it can be serious. Better to be safe than sorry.


perkie5
If you feel like an elephant is sitting on your chest and your having difficulty breathing you should go to ER. They will be able to give you a breathing treatment that will work immediately. Don't wait.


Emily Dew
I had double pneumonia a few years ago and was told to go to the ER when I had difficulty breathing. I must have had a very bad case though because I was on the strongest antibiotics they had for a long, long time. Anyway, one thing they gave me that helped me a lot was an inhaler like asthmatics use. That really helped my breathing and helped me cough up a lot of the gunk in my chest. Like I said though, I had a very bad case so maybe that's why they gave me the inhaler. Still, you could ask, but definitely go to the ER.


southrnvixn
Yes you should go to the hospital, it may be nothing, but anytime yuo have chest pains or difficulty breathing you should go. It may just be symptoms of your pneumonia, but better to be safe than sorry, right?


Andrea
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If you are having chest pains and difficulty breathing, you should go to the ER. The antibiotics will take days to work.


**meel**
It all depends on you isn't it?
If you can bear the pain,you may want to get some sleep and see if the doc's medication works.
It you can't take it,best you go to the hospital,remember to inform them at the hospital that you have already consult a doctor and taken his medication.

All the best!


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