If you have a fever and coughing I think a check up at the doctor is the way to go , you may need anti biotics if it was pneumonia here in the US only a doctor may prescribe them ,the OTC meds are not enough ..hope you feel better soon ..
Night sweats can occur with pneumonia. But certain infections like tuberculosis can cause an evening rise of temperature and increased sweating at night. This also causes a loss of appetite; as such this is accompanied by weight loss. So, record her temperatures, on a two hourly basis to detect an evening rise of temperature. Please check with your doctor to rule out this condition.
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