The rise in pressure may be due to more frequent, but less severe, episodes of pneumonia, but there’s no question it’s a risk for the rest of us.
The first symptoms of pneumonia are a fever and cough.
These are followed by a headache and a rash.
They usually go away within a day, and the rash often disappears after that.
The pain in your lower back, lower leg, upper arm, neck, arms, neck and upper arms can feel like you’re going to pass out, or worse, fall over.
A cough can be as bad as pneumonia, and it can also be a respiratory infection.
If you have a cough, you may not even notice it because it’s not that bad.
But if you’re feeling unwell and the cough is getting worse, then you need to see a doctor immediately.
If you’ve had any type of cough, especially if it’s very severe, you need immediate medical attention.
Pneumonia can lead to pneumonia symptoms, including: a rash on your neck, back, arms and legs