Walking pneumonia: 1,553 reports
Atypical pneumonia (Walking pneumonia): Acute respiratory disease marked by high fever and coughing
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Drugs that could cause Walking pneumonia
Conditions that could cause Walking pneumonia
Most common Walking pneumonia symptoms
- Breathing difficulty - (15 reports)
- Arrhythmias - (14 reports)
- Tachycardia aggravated - (14 reports)
- Heart palpitations - (13 reports)
- Renal failure acute - (10 reports)
- Pancreatitis - (9 reports)
- Pain - (9 reports)
- Joint pain - (9 reports)
- Pain exacerbated - (9 reports)
- Tachypnea - (7 reports)
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