A 47-year-old female asked:
red/purple sore throat. pink spots on hard palate. runny nose, fatigue, no fever. 12 days. doc says herpangina, but no family has gotten it. ideas?
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Endocrinology 57 years experience
Sore throat: Maybe they had it last several weeks. Time will tell.
Discuss with your Dr what he thinks is causing it. Herpangina is not a specific disease.
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A 23-year-old male asked:
I injured my back weight-lifting four days ago. I've had pain, minor spasms, and loss of appetite. Advil (ibuprofen) was giving me heartburn. What shoul I do?
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Specializes in Family Medicine
See MD, Stop Advil (ibuprofen): Sounds like you have already done enough watching and waiting. Go to your physician for an examination to check for disc injury and other problems. Over the counter analgesics, physical therapy, massage therapy, yoga and acupuncture may help. Initiall cold, then warm compresses after a day or two. If not resolving, i send my patients for x-ray, mri, and referral to ortho and/or pain clinic.
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A 25-year-old member asked:
I'm 25 my bones ache.. have lots of headache migraines eye twitches ..body aches a lot no strength ..weak. no energy what should I do?
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Pain Management 48 years experience
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A 27-year-old member asked:
Symptoms:abdominal pain lower back pain heavy clotted bleeding after period ended light headed nausea difficulty breathing while standing.Retain water?
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Obstetrics and Gynecology 22 years experience
Not normal: Definitely needs to be evaluated by your doctor. Difficulty breathing does not really go with gynecological issues. I would start with your pcp for that then see obgyn for the rest, .
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A 38-year-old female asked:
For several months I have been dizzy, vertigo issues, unable to think/cocentrate, experience blocked ears. Poor vision, nausea, feeling of burning up (no fever), occasional nausea, tingling in back, arms, legs. Extremely fatigued. Occasional metallic tast
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Infectious Disease 56 years experience
See an ENT: You should be seen by an ENT or a neurologist as soon as possible and have this diagnosed. Sometimes it may be a condition involving the central nervous system. Please do and hope you are better soon.
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A 34-year-old female asked:
What could cause parethesia of the head, face, neck and left arm and leg? Ct/mri of the brain are normal. Cymbalta or nucynta (tapentadol) cause this? It's been constant for 3 weeks!
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Internal Medicine 36 years experience
Yes: It is cymbalta, (duloxetine) u should stop it first.
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