A 37-year-old female asked:
for 5+yrs iv had progressive/extreme fatigue joint/neck/back pain headaches rash on knees/elbows, tingling/burning/pain legs feet arms hands. ideas?
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Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation 26 years experience
See a physician: You're symptoms (rash in particular) are somewhat concerning for psoriasis and psoriatic arthritis, though no accurate diagnosis can be made in this forum. I would see you primary physician regarding your complaints, and a rheumatologic evaluation may be warranted.
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Hospital-based practice 21 years experience
Also Lyme disease: If you have been bitten by a tick or live near the woods (or frequently go camping), consider getting tested for Lyme disease as well. Some of the symptoms, especially the (migratory?) rash are reminiscent of Lyme disease.
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Pediatrics 46 years experience
Mitochondrial: mitochondrial disorders cause multisystem symptoms, including muscle/joint pain, joint swelling, autoimmune disorders like rheum. arthritis, gastrointestinal disorders including dysmotility, headache,significant fatigue progressive during day, signs of dysautonomia such as irregular, slow, or racing heartbeat, marked variation of body temperature, irregular blood pressure; deterioration of vision.
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A 32-year-old member asked:
Debilitating headaches, bacpain, joint pain, abdominal pain, nausea, vomiting, random fevers, emotional instability, hair loss, vit. D deficient..Help?
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Psychiatry 54 years experience
With all of those go: See your primary care doctor for a thorough workup. There are so many possibilities that 400 spaces here could not do them justice. If you are not getting answers from your current physician, there certainly no reason for not getting a second opinion and even several specialty opinions if necessary to clearly define the problems. Do that at the soonest possible date.
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A 31-year-old male asked:
Bad pain during feeding with both nipples inflamated. Obg prescreibed oral amox with potassium clavulanate. Is it safe for feeding? Please help.
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Family Medicine 24 years experience
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A 23-year-old member asked:
What would cause my potassium to be low with cardiac issues and flank pain? Doc said urine looked good. Im 24/eat well/do not overly lose fluids
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Nephrology and Dialysis 40 years experience
Urinary losses: Unless you have long standing diarrhea or take water pills, you abnormally lose potassium in urine. Need to see a nephrologist. It is possible that your adrenal gland secretes more of aldosterone hormone than normal. Lab tests would confirm this. There are other possibilities too that need to be ruled out by your doc. It may end up that you will need to take a potassium pill or two, long term.
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A 30-year-old female asked:
Cough, sore throat. Now my tongue is very painful. Hurts to talk/eat/drink. No fever, runny nose. Allergies? Do I need to see dr? How long do I wait?
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Internal Medicine 29 years experience
See doctor...: You need to see your doctor asap so that your mouth, especially tongue and throat, can be examined. Is your tongue a different color than usual? Is it swollen? Any difficulty breathing? Any skin rashes? It is not possible to make this diagnosis without actually examining you so call your doctor today!
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A 21-year-old female asked:
I have a cold that is causing watery eyes, runny nose, coughing, coughing up phlem, muscle aches and a sore throat. How long should this last?
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Family Medicine 25 years experience
Is it a cold?: Colds can last for a few days to a few weeks. But, some of you symptoms could be an indication of allergies.
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