Reviewed by Gregory P. Cosgrove, MD, FCCP, Jeffrey James Swigris, DO, MS, Tristan J. Huie, MD
The most common symptoms of ILD are shortness of breath with exercise and a non-productive cough.
These symptoms are generally slowly progressive, although rapid worsening can also occur. Some people also may have a variety of other symptoms. They may include: fever, weight loss, fatigue, muscle and joint pain and abnormal chest sounds, depending upon the cause.

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