Most people (about 6 in 10)
who are infected with Valley fever have no symptoms, and their bodies will fight off the infection naturally.
People who do get sick with Valley fever can have respiratory symptoms or pneumonia because the Valley fever fungus usually infects the lungs. Common symptoms that may develop 1 to 3 weeks after breathing in the fungus include: fatigue, cough, difficulty breathing, fever, night sweats, muscle or joint pain, chest pain, weight loss, headache, and rash.
Symptoms of Valley Fever