Whooping Cough Symptoms

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1 hours ago At first, whooping cough -- also called pertussis -- might seem like a regular, run-of-the mill cold. You might get symptoms like: Runny nose. Low-grade fever. …

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4 hours ago Whooping Cough Symptoms. At first, whooping cough has the same symptoms as the average cold: Mild coughing. Sneezing. Runny nose. Low fever (below 102 F) You may also have diarrhea early on. After

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7 hours ago Symptoms of whooping cough may include: Coughing, violently and rapidly, until all the air has left the lungs and a person is forced to inhale, causing a "whooping" sound. Sneezing. Nasal discharge. Fever. Sore, watery eyes. Lips, tongue, and nailbeds may …

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3 hours ago Whooping cough is a serious respiratory infection that can be deadly for infants and young children. It causes uncontrollable coughing and difficulty breathing. Infants and children often make a

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1 hours ago Advanced symptoms include: Heavy coughing fits ending with a whoop. Labored breathing. Turning red- or blue-faced. Vomiting. Extreme fatigue. Not everyone experiences the whooping sound. Rather than cough, infants have difficulty breathing. Extreme coughing fits can result in other medical complications.

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4 hours ago Symptoms appear in 3 stages: Stage one lasts 1-2 weeks: runny nose, sneezing, low-grade fever, mild occasional cough. It may look like the common cold but the cough begins to get worse. Stage two can last 1-2 months: Cough becomes more severe. There are coughing fits that can be followed by a high- pitched whoop.

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2 hours ago nausea. vomiting. diarrhea. mild fever. chills. rash. In very rare cases, the vaccine may cause a severe allergic reaction or other serious side effects. If you have a history of severe allergic

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9 hours ago Symptoms of whooping cough may include: Coughing violently and quickly, until all the air has left the lungs and a person is forced to inhale. This causes a whooping sound. Sneezing that continues. Fluid draining from the nose. Fever. Sore, watery eyes. Lips, tongue, and nailbeds that turn blue during coughing spells . Whooping cough can last

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Just Now Healthcare providers diagnose pertussis (whooping cough) by considering if you have been exposed to pertussis and by doing a: History of typical signs and symptoms. Physical examination. Laboratory test which involves taking a sample of mucus (with a swab or syringe filled with saline) from the back of the throat through the nose — see Figure

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8 hours ago Whooping cough, or pertussis, is an airway infection with the bacteria Bordetella pertussis. The infection is extremely contagious and causes symptoms that occur in three stages. Early symptoms of whooping cough are similar to those of a cold and include sneezing, runny nose, and a mild fever. The characteristic cough that produces the “whoop

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4 hours ago Whooping cough, also known as pertussis or the 100-day cough, is a highly contagious bacterial disease. Initial symptoms are usually similar to those of the common cold with a runny nose, fever, and mild cough, but these are followed by weeks of severe coughing fits. Following a fit of coughing, a high-pitched whoop sound or gasp may occur as the person breathes in. The …

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1 hours ago Symptoms of whooping cough. The first symptoms of whooping cough are similar to those of a cold, such as a runny nose, red and watery eyes, a sore throat, and a slightly raised temperature. Intense coughing bouts start about a week later. The bouts usually last a few minutes at a time and tend to be more common at night.

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8 hours ago Whooping cough develops in three stages: Stage 1: People are highly contagious in the early stages of the disease. At first, whooping cough …

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2 hours ago Whooping cough symptoms. At first, a person with whooping cough will typically have coldlike symptoms, such as a runny nose and a low-grade fever. During this first stage of infection, there is no

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1 hours ago Cold-like symptoms, including a mild cough and fever, are usually the first signs of whooping cough. While symptoms of the common cold usually subside after a week or two, whooping cough can cause

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2 hours ago Whooping cough usually starts with cold-like symptoms. They may last for 1 to 2 weeks and can include: Runny nose. Mild fever. Mild, occasional cough. The early symptoms in babies can be different. They may only cough a little bit, or they may not cough at all. Babies may have apnea, which means that there is a pause in breathing.

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6 hours ago The early symptoms of whooping cough are often similar to those of a common cold and may include: runny or blocked nose. sneezing. watering eyes. dry, irritating cough. sore throat. slightly raised temperature. feeling generally unwell.

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