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Bitten by my rabbit 7-8 days ago he's not eating and acting lethargic, getting my shots today there were mice in our house can he get rabies from them?
Rabies/MICE: Small rodents, including mice, have rarely been associated with rabies and thee have been no documented cases of transmission to humans from a mouse bite. If the rabbit is being monitored by a qualified vet, you should be okay to watch the rabbit for the 10 days to see if it becomes symptomatic. Alternatively, the rabbit could be put down and examined to se if it was infected, but very unlikely.
My 20 month old had a LARGE, watery, tan stool this am and has vomited X1. Not acting lethargic. Urgent, or let it ride out?
My ten month old fell off the couch and is acting fine other than throwing up x3 after eating. No uneven pupils or lethargy. Should I go to ER?
Probably not: Falling from the couch is not a very far fall and if the child was acting normal then I wouldn't go to the ER. If the vomiting occurs when NOT eating then go to the ER.
Kids? Sure!: Kids can definitely cause fatigue and headaches!!! If your stress level from the kids is overwhelming ask for help. Family, friends, church/ social supports. Also keep both the big picture and the thumbnail sketch in mind. Infant to toddler to kid to teen is the perfect way to grow an adult. It's been proven to work. Enjoy and laugh at the shenanigans at each stage! It goes really fast.See 1 more doctor answer
FATIGUE EVAL: You need full EXAM AND labs. CBC/CMP/B12/FOLATE /TFTS/VITD/CRP//SED RATE//IRON STUDIES/LYME TITERS. Start a. Gluten free diet Wholeapproach. Com gutbliss. Com. And high potency vitamins. Rejuvenation-science. Com Then review results if no firm diagnosis is made, a sleep study may be necessary many subtle sleep disorders cause FatigueSee 2 more doctor answers
See doctor: First you need to see your doctor for general exam and some blood tests to make sure that you do not have anemia, low thyroid etc. If all this is normal then the next step would be to work on your diet, exercise and mood. I recommend doing exercise like walking, biking or swimming 30 minutes daily, also a diet with lots of fresh fruits and vegetables is helpful. Lowering stress can help too.See 1 more doctor answer
I have average body temperature of 96.7.I alsohave sluggishness and lethargy some days that makes me feel really sapped anddrained. Is anything wrong?
Cortisol level: Have your primary doctor check your thyroid and quarter so levels. A deficiency anything one of these hormones, can cause the symptoms you were having, including hypothermia.
Not common: Seems like any medication can cause just about anything! But statistically it's not something I run into commonly in daily practice...and I use this med a lot! Some patients feel "saggy" or run down a few hours after taking it, but usually pull out of this sensation later in the day. If this is happening then try taking the lisinopril at bedtime and see if this corrects the issue. Good luck!
Fatigue and lethargy: Can be depressive symptoms but they could also be due to medical problems. Recommend a comprehensive psychiatric evaluation and a medical assessment.
Plenty of rest.: An allergic reaction is a strain on the body. The body is reacting to a substance it regards as foreign and there are many things that happen. These are stressors that use energy in the body, so the best thing, once the reaction is treated, is to get plenty of rest. If you are tsill lethargic, it might be wise to see your doctor to be sure there is no underlying problem, etc..See 1 more doctor answer
Fitness blender: My favorite home workouts are free on YouTube called Fitness Blender. 100s of workouts with little to no equipment and yet very effective. All fitness levels from beginner to expert. Enjoy!See 1 more doctor answer