What Are the Symptoms of Bronchitis Pneumonia?

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My son has red eyes and is coughing a little bit really tired
Dear, please tell me your son's age. Bronchopneumonia is a common infectious disease in children, especially in infants and young children. It is the most common cause of hospitalization for children. Children under 2 years old are more likely to have bronchopneumonia. This disease often occurs in cold season and sudden climate change, often caused by bacterial viruses or fungi and Mycoplasma pneumoniae. Viral pneumonia is mainly interstitial involvement, while bacterial pneumonia is mainly pulmonary parenchymal damage. The main manifestations were fever, cough and shortness of breath. During physical examination, increased breathing, cyanosis around the mouth, fingers and toes, and moist rales in the lungs were found. When the seasons change, pay attention to cold and warm, reduce the time to stay in areas with dense human flow. Avoid breathing or kissing your baby on the cheek as much as possible.
My one year old starts coughing every night it’s like she has mucus that’s comes up but she swallow it back down I’m so worried and she keeps getting a fever off and on
Hi, it's okay that she swallows the mucus, the bacteria in the mucus can't live in stomach, the stomach acid will kill the germs so no worry about that. However, considering the cough and fever on and off, you should consider the chance of pneumonia, you need to take her to a doctor.
Have you see a doctor? why not? Depending on your descripton, Bronchitis and pneumonia should be considered. If fever don't goes away, anti-biotics should be used. See a Pediatrician ASAP.
My doctor said I have bronchitis but I've been on medicine for 4 days.  I don't feel like I'm getting better, should I be concerned?
What is your symptom? lasting fever? cough? The healing process is a little longer. If your symptoms are getting worse, you should see a doctor.