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Dr. Mohammed Parvez
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Malaise (Overview)

Malaise = how one feels when they are sick, with symptoms like weakness, discomfort, or pain. Feeling unwell.


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What is the cause of malaise?

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What is the cause of malaise?

Malaise: Is a feeling of general discomfort or uneasiness or not well (out of sorts). It is non-specific symptom caused by emotions (vasovagal response), hunger (low sugar), infection, heart disease, tumors, vascular illness, etc. Read more

Dr. Mohammed Parvez
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Malaise (Overview)

Malaise = how one feels when they are sick, with symptoms like weakness, discomfort, or pain. Feeling unwell.


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Yesterday, my body temperature was 98.7 degrees fahrenheit. Today, it's 98.2 degrees fahrenheit. No malaise. What does this mean?

Yesterday, my body temperature was 98.7 degrees fahrenheit. Today, it's 98.2 degrees fahrenheit. No malaise. What does this mean?

Temperature changes: Most people have a range in which their normal temperature varies. Without symptoms, this may be normal for you. Read more

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With continuous exercise and proper nutrition to treat the daily threats of hypoglycaemia, is this condition curable not just a treatable daily chore?

With continuous exercise and proper nutrition to treat the daily threats of hypoglycaemia, is this condition curable not just a treatable daily chore?

Daily chore..: Sorry to say, but reactive hypoglycemia, which is typically what we experience, is not curable. Proper management includes smaller more frequent meals with as much as 35 grams of fiber for a woman/50 grams of fiber for a man divided evenly amongst the meals, with the intent of smoothening out the release of insulin from the pancreas throughout the day and night. Read more

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Any help would be welcome. My face and eyes are puffed up and one side of my face is sore and I also have malaise. What could be causing it and what can I do to treat it?

Any help would be welcome. My face and eyes are puffed up and one side of my face is sore and I also have malaise. What could be causing it and what can I do to treat it?

General swelling: And soreness is non specific. But you could have an infection. Do you have a fever? Is there pain in any one spot? Any vision loss? See a doctor - the structures of your face are all very close together. An infection in one part can easily move to another area. For instance sinusitis can cause orbital cellulitis. Read more

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History of low cortisol. Feeling bad for months acth low. Going to endo in the a.M. Can't take steroids. What else would be the treatment for this?

History of low cortisol. Feeling bad for months acth low. Going to endo in the a.M. Can't take steroids. What else would be the treatment for this?

Nothing else.: If your cortisol is quite low only cortisone or other steroid can make you feel better. A low acth suggests there is a pituitary problem which the endocrinologist can check. Read more

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How do I get rid of hyper pigmintattion?

How do I get rid of hyper pigmintattion?

Hydroquinone: Hyperpigmentation if often caused be inflammation du to injury or infection and the action of the sun. Hydroquinone, and sunscreens can revers the process and improve the hyperpigmentation. Read more

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A tablet m B9 is a new form from what I have taken is this still a generic of wellbrutron?

A tablet m B9 is a new form from what I have taken is this still a generic of wellbrutron?

300 mg: I agree with dr pappas that it is always best to check with the pharmacist dispensing the medication. The numbering however would be consistent with a 300 mg Bupropion Hydrochloride generic of wellbutrin (bupropion). Read more

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How can you prevent someone from fainting?

How can you prevent someone from fainting?

Get their attention!: Speak directly, loud and clear, placing yourself in front of them, demand that they look into your eyes! Have them breathe slow and deep while looking at you. You may have to demonstrate this for them; it may help to have a hand or two on their shoulders. The object is to get them grounded in the present moment. One way is to have them mimic exactly what you are doing. Try to keep their eyes open! Read more

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Severe dry eyes; dry lips and skin; malaise. Should I get a referral to see a rheumatologist (symptoms could be sjogren's?)?

Severe dry eyes; dry lips and skin; malaise. Should I get a referral to see a rheumatologist (symptoms could be sjogren's?)?

Yes: Your symptoms are consistent with sjogren's. You might also consider seeing an eye md who can measure your tear production. Lastly, there is a new finger stick test for sjogren's which will help make diagnosis much earlier than traditional blood testing called sjo made by nicox. Only a few offices currently offer it at the moment, though. Read more

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What is the cause of malaise?

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Malaise: Is a feeling of general discomfort or uneasiness or not well (out of sorts). It is non-specific symptom caused by emotions (vasovagal response), hunger (low sugar), infection, heart disease, tumors, vascular illness, etc. Read more

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I am feeling a general sense of malaise, achy, quesy?

I am feeling a general sense of malaise, achy, quesy?

Could be many things: Symptoms of queasiness, achiness (such as headaches, sore throat, body aches), malaise (general feeling of discomfort), and mild fevers are called "flu-like" symptoms. From a doctor's perspective, these symptoms "could be anything", because so many conditions have these symptoms as early signs. A primary care doctor can evaluate in 1-2 days, or right away if a patient is worried. Read more

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I am experiencing malaise and I am struggling to focus on work because I feel so sick what should I do?

Malaise: Your symptoms are nonspecific but an early viral infection is likely. Treatment consists of resting, drinking adequate amounts of fluids including flat ginger ale to settle nausea and a light diet. Tylenol helps relieve any aches or pains. If more definite viral symptoms don't evolve and nausea persists, consult your physician. A pregnancy test may then be ordered unless you feel it's unnecessary. Read more

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Yesterday, my body temperature was 98.7 degrees fahrenheit. Today, it's 98.2 degrees fahrenheit. No malaise. What does this mean?

Temperature changes: Most people have a range in which their normal temperature varies. Without symptoms, this may be normal for you. Read more

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I have a slightly enlarged left submandibular lymphnode and malaise for over a week. What could this be? LN harder than right side one

I have a slightly enlarged left submandibular lymphnode and malaise for over a week. What could this be? LN harder than right side one

Lymph node.: Could certainly be a lymph node, which could mean that you’re either going to get sick or are fighting off something with resultant activation of your immune system. Lymph nodes generally shrink down again within 2-4 weeks total; if this one does not, go see your doctor about it and consider excision for definitive diagnosis. Read more

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What is the definition or description of: Malaise?

What is the definition or description of: Malaise?

Malaise: Malaise = how one feels when they are sick, with symptoms like weakness, discomfort, or pain. Feeling unwell. Read more

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How long does malaise associated with mastitis last?

How long does malaise associated with mastitis last?

Resolve w/ treatment: Malaise with a breast abscess is not a common symptom. This usually means a more serious infection that may be beyond the breast. Treatment for a breast abscess include drainage/aspiration and antibiotics. I highly recommend you contact your doctor for a complete evaluation. Read more

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What is malaise syndrome and can it be diagnosed with a blood test?

What is malaise syndrome and can it be diagnosed with a blood test?

Malaise syndrome: There is no blood test for malaise syndrome. Malaise is a general term to mean "feeling unwell." although somewhat controversial, chronic fatigue syndrome is said to be associated with post-exertional malaise such as fatigue, light-headedness, muscle or joint pain, cognitive dysfunction, headache, nausea, weakness, trembling or insomnia. Read more

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