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stefi42
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Hello everyone,

I had just finished my IV Rocephin treatment when I walked out and felt almost a pressure and burning sensation in my right lung that's aggrevated when I breathe in through my mouth. I causes me

to cough almost like extreme shortness of breath. When I breathe in through my nose it still feels irritated but atleast I can breathe. My lower throat area feels tight and it burns/hurts

when I breathe in through my mouth. Strangely, when this all occurred, I got an insane aching sensation in the guns of my front lower teeth.

It occurred quite suddenly and I'm not even sure how to exactly to explain what is currently going on. Any insight?

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Jordana
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Sounds like it might be an adverse reaction. It will probably go away, but it might mean you're getting sensitized to the rocephin.
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