See your doctor when you have chest pain, flu and fever. Rest, hydration, and other remedies may help such as garlic-onion-chicken soup, citrus fruits, pineapple juice and massage. A virus in the lungs must be managed right away. Fit, young, old and almost every one can be attacked by the flu virus. So get care immediately.
Pneumonia is an infection of the lungs that causes the alveoli to become inflamed. This causes symptoms such as cough, fever, shaking, and chills. Pneumonia can develop and become a serious complication of the flu. … severe cough with large amounts of mucus.Jan 4, 2017
Flu Emergency Symptoms: Chest Pain, Breathing Problems, High …
May 17, 2017 – Take over-the-counter painkillers like ibuprofen or acetaminophen, to relieve body aches, headache, and fever. Take over-the-counter antihistamines and decongestants to help with congestion. Drink lots of fluids. Get plenty of rest.
Could It Be Pneumonia? | Everyday Health
Nov 29, 2017 – While the flu is also caused by a virus, it’s a whole different kind of illness. Coldsymptoms are relatively mild, whereas the flu causes much more severe symptoms. … Flu symptoms often include: Extreme fatigue with body and muscle aches.
‘My Flu-Like Symptoms Turned Out To Be A Heart Attack’ | Women’s …
Jan 31, 2017 – If you suddenly found yourself experiencing chest pain, discomfort in one or both arms, or shortness of breath, alarm bells might immediately sound in your mind alerting you of these telltale signs of a heart attack. But what if you felt nauseous, exhausted, weak, or like you had a bad cold? Heart attack …
Flu Complications: Pneumonia, Bronchitis, and More – Healthline
Jan 4, 2017 – Many people can fight flu symptoms with lots of rest and fluids, but certain high-risk groups may experience dangerous complications as a result of the flu. … of breath; severe chills or sweating; fever higher than 102°F (38.9°C) that’s not going away, especially if you also have chills or sweating; chest pains.
Influenza (Flu) – Infections – Merck Manuals Consumer Version
Learn about the causes, symptoms, diagnosis & treatment of Viral Infections from the Home Version of the Merck Manuals.
Flu (influenza) – Better Health Channel
If you think you have the flu, try to rest, maintain a good fluid intake, and manage your symptoms. This will help you recover and prevent dehydration. See your doctor if you are concerned, and seek immediate medical attention if you experience any of the following symptoms: difficulty breathing; chest pain; sudden dizziness …
Pleurisy | Health | Patient
Pleurisy, or other problems that affect the pleura, can cause a ‘pleuritic’ chest pain. This is … You may feel a pleuritic chest pain anywhere in the chest depending on the site of the inflammation, or problem with the pleura. … You may also have a cough, cold, high temperature (fever), or flu-like symptoms caused by the virus.
Flu Symptoms & Complications | Seasonal Influenza (Flu) | CDC
Jul 28, 2017 – In adults. Difficulty breathing or shortness of breath; Pain or pressure in the chest or abdomen; Sudden dizziness; Confusion; Severe or persistent vomiting; Flu-like symptoms that improve but then return with fever and worse cough …
When to Get Medical Help for Flu Symptoms – Minnesota Dept. of Health
Fast breathing or trouble breathing; Bluish skin color; Not drinking enough fluids; Not urinating or no tears when crying; Severe or repeated vomiting; Not waking up or not interacting; Being so irritable that the child does not want to be held; Pain or pressure in chest or belly; Sudden dizziness; Confusion;Flu-like symptoms …