Coughing last night, this morning
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...had pain in chest last night too. It doesn't feel like anything serious but I may have to just play safe for now. My elderly grandmother lives with us so if it is something, I hope it doesn't harm her.
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(03-14-2020, 07:17 AM)newenglandsun Wrote: ...had pain in chest last night too. It doesn't feel like anything serious but I may have to just play safe for now. My elderly grandmother lives with us so if it is something, I hope it doesn't harm her.

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:pray: :pray2: :pray:

I will pray and wish you and your family the very best. God Bless You.
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newenglandsun Wrote:...had pain in chest last night too. It doesn't feel like anything serious but I may have to just play safe for now. My elderly grandmother lives with us so if it is something, I hope it doesn't harm her.

I wouldn't go panicking.
There's a lot of colds and flus going on.
I'll pray for you regardless, of course.
Drink lots of H20.
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Quote:I wouldn't go panicking. 
Good advice.

Still, you have concerns about your grandmother. It would be worth peace of mind to call the doctor and describe your symptoms. May God bless you!
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Prayers for everyone in your house.  Whatever it is, the elderly are more susceptible.  That's the thing nobody talks about in the media: flu, colds, etc are all worse for the elderly.  Admittedly, coronavirus is worse . . .
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(03-14-2020, 07:31 PM)Fontevrault Wrote: Prayers for everyone in your house.  Whatever it is, the elderly are more susceptible.  That's the thing nobody talks about in the media: flu, colds, etc are all worse for the elderly.  Admittedly, coronavirus is worse . . .

A few years ago, I almost died from a common cold that morphed into bronchitis. Be careful round us old folks!
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It's not just old folks (unless 37 counts as old) ... I once developed sinusitis and bronchitis and couldn't kick it - for 2 months.  Doctors kept expecting pneumonia.
:D
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(03-14-2020, 09:41 PM)Fontevrault Wrote: Doctors kept expecting pneumonia.
:D

Ah, pneumonia! I've lost track of how many times I've had it. It used to be called 'the enemy of the young and the friend of the old'. Before antibiotics, oxygen therapy, etc., it was often a death sentence, but it was a reasonably easy way to go. I've had the pneumonia shot because it would be a probable death sentence for me, as would COVID-19 and, possibly, even the seasonal flu.
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It's clearing up now. I'll stay home from church though Sunday, but should be able to work.
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