posted on Mar, 8 2011 @ 03:34 PM
Mycoplasma pneumonia has the following symptoms and like all pneumonia's can be fatal in some individuals. People used to call this "Walking
Pneumonia" as most remain functional while they have it. It's hard to shake, I've had it twice. Nearly died the second time and ended up in the
Hospital for a week with intravenous anti-biotic which saved me.
Right now it's going around up here having been brought in from the Lower 48. It has been making the rounds the last few months. I had a bad cold
recently and had it checked just in case because last time I had this pneumonia it nearly did me in.
Cough, usually dry and not bloody
Fever (may be high)
Eye pain or soreness
Muscle aches and joint stiffness
Skin lesions or rash
Since this is going around like her MD advised her, I'm more prone to go with what her MD says than anything. Self diagnosing is a fools errand at
best. If her MD made that diagnosis, it was from a test to confirm the strain. In other words she did have it if the test was positive.
It's my understanding that everything in Corexit is found in common household cleaning product's which I have no reason to doubt. They are also
toxic if your foolish enough to swallow them, but just skin exposure would cause no more than a rash and in the case of an allergic reaction, a shot
would solve it and when you leave the pretense of it, the reaction would go away.
Does anyone have the cause of death from the MD instead of the speculation?
Whatever the cause, any death is sad and in particular if it's before a person has lived their full life.