A 53-year-old female asked:
good morning. i was in a motor vehicle accident in feb. had head injury.nose fracture and nerve damage on my face and eye inflammation. i am still not well. i get continuous headaches. can trauma recovery assist me?
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Clinical Psychology 40 years experience
Accident & Headaches: Please continue to seek medical treatment. If litigation is still going on due to the accident it slows down the psychological healing process but it can still happen. Consider seeing a clinical psychologist who is trained in biofeedback or clinical hypnosis (www.asch.net). Peace and good health.
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A 18-year-old female asked:
Lately I have got a horrible cough along with muscle aches headaches stuufy nose and a mild fever sore throat and sinus pressure what is this ?
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Dr. David Milleranswered
Family Medicine 10 years experience
Sinus infection?: The muscle aches, headache, and fever suggests some infection. It sounds like it might be a sinus infection. If fever is over 100.5, then seeing a doctor is wise. Otherwise, trying some decongestants and/or antihistamines to open up the sinuses and let them drain; and add some Motrin or tylenol (acetaminophen) for the muscle and head aches. See a primary care doctor if symptoms don't get better or do get worse.
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A 32-year-old female asked:
I'm asthmatic w/ sleep apnea. I had rib pain after sinus/bronchitis (coughing). Xray showed new lung scarring. Can this cause me trouble in future?
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Plastic Surgery 34 years experience
Lung scarring: It most likely will not cause a problem but it depends on the extent and location of the scarring. Long term scars of the lung may be associated with an increased risk of developing into carcinoma particulary with a history of smoking but this is relatively low incidence.
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A 27-year-old female asked:
Having pain in lower right ab, nause, barely eating, pain in right side back. Ultrasound done- no cyst but appendix aread looked inflamed. Dr sent me to ER but CT scan normal and bloodwork normal but had a little blood in urine. On antibiotics for 3 days
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Obstetrics and Gynecology 38 years experience
Kidney stone?: There is definitely something going on. Are you on anbiotics for a specific diagnosis? Your symptoms are suggestive of kidney stone. Pain from a gynecologic source isn't ruled out. See your doctor for follow up soon.
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A 38-year-old female asked:
I have had chest xray and throastic spine MRI with no contrast. I have this back pain in my upper back that comes and goes. If I had lung cancer would they have saw anything?
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Thoracic Surgery 39 years experience
NO: To assess lungs for masses, cancerous or not, need cat scan thorax. Chest xray will consistently miss small potentially curable tumors depending on location in lungs , size and density.Mri of the spine has a limited view of parts of the lungs and you can not rule out the presence of a lung lesion with an MRI of the spine and a chest xray. Mri of the thoracic spine is not used to find lung nodules.
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A 34-year-old female asked:
Back in january I had an EKG and had low blood pressure they said the next step was a stress test. I am uninsured so I passed the heart fluttering went away but now I have chest pressure along with jaw and teeth pain, fatigue and some nausea. I have an ap
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Pathology 49 years experience
Need immediate care: Women often have atypical symptoms in case of heart disease, including heart attack. The symptoms you describe are worrisome and warrant immediate attention. Please go to the nearest emergency department to rule out a serious issue.
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