Walking pneumonia symptoms, a milder form of pneumonia, can be deceptive due to its subtle onset. Look out for these symptoms:


Persistent Cough: Often dry or with minimal mucus production, but can progress.


Low-Grade Fever: Mild fever, typically lower than in typical pneumonia cases.


Fatigue: Feeling unusually tired or weak, even with adequate rest.


Chest Discomfort: Mild chest pain or discomfort, especially while coughing.


Sore Throat: A scratchy or irritated throat may be present.


Headache: Occasional headaches, sometimes accompanied by body aches.


Shortness of Breath: Mild difficulty breathing, especially during physical activity.


Consult a healthcare professional if you suspect walking pneumonia. Early diagnosis and treatment are crucial for a swift recovery.

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