Acute Eosinophilic Pneumonia

Acute Eosinophilic Pneumonia

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  •  My doctor prescribed Zoloft (Sertraline) to me because of my depression, but snorting it can give you a high.
  • Just trust us. It will work.
  • I-I've never snorted drugs before but if it will help...
  • It's been over a month but I still have this horrible cough!
  • You okay? Didn't your doctor say that it was just a chest infection and that it'd go away soon?
  • Abby has been like that for weeks. She keeps telling me that she's "too tired" to come hang out after school.
  • Yea same here. Today I walked up the stairs with her and she had a very hard time breathing. I hope she's ok.
  • Oh my gosh! You're burning up!
  • Abby you don't look too well!
  • Abby, Jordan, Katie, and Alex were on the way to school when Abby complained of a cough she's had for over a month. Her doctor had told her that it was a case of pneumonia that she shouldn't worry about and sent her home with antibiotics and once again sent her with more antibiotics when she came back.
  • Your lucky we were able to see you. After a few test, the doctor came to the conclusion that you have Acute Eosinophilic Pneumonia. This is an extremely rare lung disease that is caused by the build up of eosinophils and can be triggered by the use of certain drugs. 
  • Thanks for testing me. My friends keep telling me to get checked out but everyone I go to tells me I'm making everything up.
  • During the week, Jamie and Megan noticed that Abby was having a hard time breathing even when performing simple activities that she was able to do before. She would often complain of muscle aches and started to lose weight. They started to get worried about her.
  • Thank you for saving her!
  • You're welcome!
  • Thank you so much for believing me!
  • Abby is at home with friends and Megan notices how much Abby is struggling to breath and tells her to go see another doctor.
  • Abby goes back to another doctor and they are able to diagnose her with Acute Eosinophilic Pneumonia. Her lungs could've started to fail if she had waited any longer to see another doctor.
  • She was prescribed high doses of corticosteroids for two weeks and was able to regain her health.
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