Shortness Of Breath, Frequent Belching And Neck Pain

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Hello, I am 23 years old, I have complaints that my breath has been tight for a week and every time I breathe in like it is stuck in my throat, I can still do normal activities like normal, but my breath is a bit heavy and tight, then I often belch, my neck and left shoulder also hurt a little but I do not cough, do not have a fever, and do not feel pain when swallowing, my appetite is normal, is it a symptom of pneumonia or symptoms of covid19?

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Hello Jack ...
Thank you for asking at HealthReplies.com, I try to help answer yes ...
Pneumonia is an infection in the small air sacs at the end of the respiratory tract in the lung. In pneumonia the air sacs are filled with fluid or pus. Symptoms caused by people with pneumonia are:
- fever
- Hard to breathe
- Dry cough or cough with phlegm
- Chest pain when breathing or coughing
Limp
- Sweating and shivering.
The occurrence of pneumoni in the body, indicating the body's immunity is in a weak state, so viruses, bacteria and fungi can attack the body easily. Some causes of pneumoni are:
- Bacteria = an example of a bacterium is Streptococcus pneumoni
- Viruses = viruses that cause flu can also cause pneumoni. Some of the causes of viruses that cause pneumoni are influenza viruses, corona viruses that cause MERS and SARS. Unlike bacteria, viral pneumonia is usually milder, but can also become severe quickly
- Fungus = this condition can be caused when inhaling fungal spores in large quantities can be obtained from soil or from bird droppings.
People who are usually affected by pneumonia are on average children aged 2 years and under, elderly, people with low immunity, smokers, lung sufferers such as acid or COPD, patients treated in hospitals that use ventilators or breathing apparatus.
To find out someone suffering from pneumoni, not only enforced through history and physical examination but also assisted by checking oxygen levels in the blood, chest x-ray, blood and urine tests.
In the current situation, complaints of cough, runny nose, sore throat, chest tightness are often complained of by everyone and it is feared to lead to the corona virus that is spreading rapidly. To anticipate it, it is better if it is not accompanied by needs and urgency to stay at home, or keep yourself from being exposed to the virus, if there are complaints such as sore throat that feels worse for more than 2 weeks, accompanied by fever of more than 38 degrees Celsius, coughing, colds that do not heal until there is a feeling of tightness or difficulty breathing, even though you have tried to take medication, then you should check yourself to the doctor, for further tests. You can also exercise at home using the internet media guide so that body fitness is maintained, take a multivitamin to increase body immunity, eat nutritious food, get enough rest and take medicine according to the guidelines listed on the packaging.


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