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... You may have whooping cough. Having whooping cough as a child does not provide a lifetime immunity. ... (1 replies)
... Wow....I didn't know that you could get Whooping cough again...I had it 5 or 6 years ago and it lasted around 6 months followed by Mono which I got for a second time. Anyway.... ... (1 replies)
... Had whooping cough and pneumonia in April 2007 and now have it again. How can I keep from having repeat sessions. ... (1 replies)

... Previous poster is correct. I had whooping cough aka pertusssis a few years back. The antibiotics keep it from spreading to others but I was sick for around 4 months with it.... ... (22 replies)
... h virus. I think technically is not the flu but a really bad cough and cold so the flu shot does not help. I saw some news reports have referred this as walking pneumonia or whooping cough, but i think it probably is just a really nasty cold virus. Does seem to take 3 weeks to get over this. ... (2 replies)
Viral Bronchitis
Oct 8, 2008
... Or maybe not...Went to the doctor again today and it could be either whooping cough or pneumonia, but they didn't think it's likely... ... (7 replies)
... thanks for your reply. as you have had pneumonia, can you tell me the symptoms. i don't think it is whooping couch, as it sounds normal if you know what i mean,lol. ... (4 replies)
... Yes, see a doctor. You obviously have more than just a cold, possibly whooping cough and pneumonia. ... (4 replies)
... You may have whooping cough. ... (1 replies)
Flu symptoms
Oct 22, 2002
... I looked this up since people are asking: Symptoms Flu is usually signaled by headache, chills, and dry cough, which are followed rapidly by body aches and fever. Typically, the fever starts declining on the second or third day of the illness. It is then that the upper respiratory symptoms become noticeable -- nasal congestion and sore throat. Flu almost never causes... (1 replies)

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