A 19-year-old male asked:
what could be the diagnosis for clotted bloody nose, lower back pain, eye pain, not able to focus, nauseous, &headaches? it's been a month since i got into a car accident. i had headaches for awhile then they went away now they are resurfacing. along with
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Family Medicine 19 years experience
First : First of all you have to know that all the problems you are having may or may not be related. Before i list possible causes, let me state that an evaluation by your doctor is in order for each complaint.
If your headaches occurred before the accident then they are likely not caused by it, however could be exacerbated by stress/anxiety, or could be due to your visual disturbance. In addition the headaches could be related to sinus issues/allergies, which could explain the blood in your nose. Lastly the nausea and visual disturbance and headaches could be due to vertigo.
There are multiple possible causes, however a doctor's visit is in order to get a complete history, physical, and diagnostic testing.
Best of luck.
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Basilar Fx.skull: You should seek immediate Neurosurgical Consultation along with a MRI of brain.brain / lower back.
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A 30-year-old female asked:
What causes severe muscle pain brain fog numbness tingling food alergies eye lid tick chemical allergies swollen lymph nodes and glands inside cheeks?
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Allergy and Immunology 34 years experience
Multiple symptoms: Many times when person develop multiple symptoms, they seek one unifying diagnosis. Unfortunately, one cause may not be the answer. Seek an opinion for each problem. I would start with the swollen lymph nodes. The evaluation of swollen lymph nodes may be best addressed by a general surgeon who might need to perform a biopsy to establish an accurate diagnosis.
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A 18-year-old member asked:
I have bad headaches, foggy pee white discharge stomach pains headaches foggy vision weak muscles belching and gas always have to pee and back pains?
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Medical Oncology 34 years experience
See your doctor: With all these symptoms, no one can tell you what this is without examining you. See your doctor as soon as possible.
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A 38-year-old member asked:
My 6 year old daughter has a rash over her entire body. She had a fever, sore throat, stuffy nose and tender nodes in her neck last week. What to do?
3 doctor answers • 5 doctors weighed in
Family Medicine 28 years experience
See your Dr: There are a number of possibilities for what could be wrong, some with serious implications. If the rash feels sandpapery, it may have been caused by strep, & could warn of further complications. Your child needs to see her dr, the sooner, the better.
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A 22-year-old member asked:
Nose bleeds, anxiety attacks, sore throat, body aches.. What are these symptoms of?
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Family Medicine 38 years experience
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A 18-year-old female asked:
Im 18 I have a 6 month old baby and 10 days late for my period I have back pains headches abdominal pain took a test it came out neg white discharge?
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Family Medicine 60 years experience
Pregnancy symptoms.: You may be pregnant but not far enough along to get a positive test. Keep repeating the home pregnancy test. If your tests continue to be negative and the symptoms continue then you should see your doctor.
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