Has anyone ever been diagnosed with eosinophilic pneumonia or know anything about it? I have had my multivisceral transplant for a little over 11 years and a persistent pneumonia for a little over a year now with the main symptom being coughing up phlegm, an occasional fever, and some fatigue. I have been on several courses of antibiotics without ever completely getting rid of the wet cough. It goes through period were it gets worse and then seems to be getting better, but as I said it never completely ends and sometimes worsens some again. My doctors have eliminated a lot of possibilities with blood work, a bronchoscopy, and other tests. It appears the only two possibilities left are that my pneumonia is caused by my acid reflex through aspiration or perhaps eosinophilic pneumonia. I am still waiting on the test results done to investigate the possibility of aspiration. My eosinophil levels have been quite high for at least this entire past year or more. It was at first thought that I may have developed an allergy to Bactrim, the preventative antibiotic I have taken since my transplant. However, I was switched to a different antibiotic, and my eosinophil levels have not come down any. My transplant team has had me referred to an allergist to investigate this more. I have not really shown any other sign of an allergic reaction. I had a fever just the other day which thankfully was able to be brought down, and I think it was because I have been coughing up more phlegm again. I am concerned about what the long term effect of this persistent pneumonia will be on my lungs. I would greatly appreciate hearing from anyone. Best of wishes to all!