What are exactly the symptoms of bronchitis, my daughter is 13 yrs.ancient?
My daughter have a severe bronchitis and mild asthma, she started to have fever and cough sit. august 8, she's taking medication but I'm worried because until now she's coughing and she said chest is painful every time she coughs and she's still weak.
Symptoms of acute bronchitis usually set off 3 to 4 days after an upper respiratory infection, such as a cold or influenza (flu). Symptoms usually include:
A cough, which is the main symptom of acute bronchitis. It may be dry at first (does not produce mucus) and after a few days may bring up mucus from the lungs (productive cough). The mucus may be clear, yellow, or green. Sometimes, small streaks of blood may be present.
A mild fever, usually smaller amount than 101F. A higher fever may indicate pneumonia.
A general opinion of tiredness.
A sensation of tightness, burning, or dull pain in the chest under the breastbone that usually is worse when breathing intensely or coughing.
Whistling noises (wheezing) when breathing, especially during physical exertion.
Most cases of acute bronchitis in otherwise healthy race last only 2 to 3 weeks. But more than 20% of people beside acute bronchitis have a cough that lasts more than 4 weeks.
A cough that may bring up yellow or green mucus
Shortness of breath