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#51 - musicbook
Reply -13
(12/06/2012) [-]
Jeesus, I was diagnosed with pneumonia many years ago. I have lived with it most of my life now, I feel so bad for this person... Have some respect people!
#96 to #51 - fiddlestickz
Reply 0
(12/06/2012) [-]
facepalm
#109 to #96 - musicbook
Reply -1
(12/07/2012) [-]
Ever in my life have I seen such butthurt over one comment
#72 to #51 - pugglerock
Reply +2
(12/06/2012) [-]
........It doesn't stay with you forever. You can have the illness go and then have it come back again but it doesn't stick around for that long, you're usually dead before then.
#66 to #51 - dengekisushi
Reply +4
(12/06/2012) [-]
You don't continuously live with pneumonia; the closest you can get to that is catching it frequently.
If you never went to the doctor's or got antibiotics for it, you'd be dead from it.
Trust me, I've had it a couple times along with other respiratory **********; you don't "live" with pneumonia.
#87 to #66 - fjaddictftw
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(12/06/2012) [-]
Same here. Got it three times in a row and ended up getting the vaccine for it. I haven't had it since.
#108 to #87 - dengekisushi
Reply +1
(12/06/2012) [-]
I only remember having it once, maybe twice, and they gave me antibiotics and told me to drink a **** ton of liquid.
Other than that, I get respiratory infections, strep throat, respiratory, flu, etc.
I've never had stomach illnesses; it's always respiratory for me, but luckily pneumonia isn't persistent with me.
#54 to #51 - pulu
Reply +8
(12/06/2012) [-]
You sure you aren't mixing things? Pneumonia is infection of lungs. It is considered a serious widespread infection that is treated with antibiotics and is cured in a couple of weeks and after 6-8 weeks you should check with chest x-ray there isn't any sings of it left in your lungs. If you've had pneumonia for many years you should see a doctor...
#57 to #54 - musicbook
Reply -14
(12/06/2012) [-]
You're an idiot.
#88 to #57 - CrashingSea
Reply +1
(12/06/2012) [-]
says the person "living" with a temporary infection... You "live" with a condition, you don't "live" with an illness. That would be like me saying I've been living with the common cold for three years now.
#70 to #57 - snakefire
Reply +2
(12/06/2012) [-]
I am slightly rustled
#68 to #57 - guamguy
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(12/06/2012) [-]
#65 to #57 - aaadddmmmiiinnn
Reply +6
(12/06/2012) [-]
This is you right now.