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Should I talk to my doctor about my eosinophilic pneumonia?

You should talk with your doctor about eosinophilic pneumonia if your conditions are severe, including extreme shortness of breath. In some, mild cases, the condition improves on its own. But if it develops into an extreme form called acute eosinophilic pneumonia, it can be life-threatening. Also, if you've had the condition in the past, see your doctor if you begin to experience similar symptoms, as the condition can recur.

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