A number of weeks ago I had an unexplained fever for which my GP thought ewas flu but after 7 days he gave me an antibiotic, After three addtional days the fever was gone. Subsequnt to that a week or so later I began coughing up green sputum mainly in the mornings that got a worse a little at a time. During this time my only symptoms were a slight cough to mainly clear sputum production and slight fatigue or weakenss, with large amounts of green sputum.
One month of this and I returned to the GP who conducted a x-ray showing Slight pneumonia. A second round of Antibiotics has been taken for the past four days. I still am coughing green sputum in mornings but not as bad. Weakness is better.
Question should the two rounds of antibiotics of taken care of this???
Should I see a Pulmonologist to do a scope to what is causing??? or other teting??
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