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High temp: If you are running a high fever and you have significant symptoms it is a good idea to see a doctor in person to examine you and diagnose. Once this is accomplished, your doctor can give you antipyretic and analgesic medicine to treat your fever and pain respectively. There may be anti infective treatment your physician will suggest. Remember to bring your medicine if any and know your allergies. ...Read more
Pregnancy and : A multitude of other conditions. See a doctor for a physical exam. ...Read more
Breast sore, sensitive nipples, fatigue, bloat, vaginal discharge, mood swings, headaches, stress, dizziness food cravings pregnancy test negative?
Many possibilities: Your symptoms are not instantly diagnostic of any one particular illness or problem, and so you should see your physician for an evaluation. Have you had any changes in vision? Unusual hair loss or hair growth? Are your periods still normal? These are all relevant questions you should be asked and can answer to help guide further workup. I don't want to scare you with vague possibilities. ...Read more
Period always late by 5-10 days. Terrible PMS - hot flashes, nausea, feverish feeling, increased appetite, weakness, irritability, depression. Advice?
Options: Nsaid’s, ssri’s, hormone meds, otc meds containing diuretics, warm bath, heating pad, exercise ; acupuncture are excellent for pms / period. Avoid caffeine, chocolate, alcohol ; salt. Get gyn eval to r/o underlying pathology. Consider omega- 3 fatty acids, magnesium (supplementation or through diet) or black cohosh with dr ok. Sipping chamomile ; green tea can dissipate pain. Ginger helps w nausea. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I Increased urinary frequency, breast tenderness, marked fatigue, mood changes, food dislikes or cravings, stronger smell AM I PREGNANT?
Frequent urination, excessive thirst, increased appetite but losing weight, headaches w nausea, and chronic fatigue. Possible causes?
Diabetes mellitus?: If a patient is having frequent urination, excessive thirst, weight loss and fatigue, the most common illness that causes this is uncontrolled diabetes mellitus. Checking the urine for glucose will make the diagnosis. Ask pharmacist for test tape or strips to check urine for glucose. If it's diabetes, the test will show large amount of glucose in urine. If so, need to see a physician urgently. ...Read more
Cannot quench extreme thirst. Appetite decreased, weight loss, bruising, headaches, hip and leg pain along w dull ache, fatigue, insomnia, diarrhea?
Run to Dr.: This combination of symptoms suggests possible severe illness and requires immediate medical attention. Schedule appointment to see doctor as soon as possible. ...Read more
These are symptoms: of depression, but could be caused by a myriad of physical conditions, which need to be addressed and eliminated first. Start with a visit to your MD, then after that, follow his/her recommendations for further care. You're 16. This is an age of great turmoil--socially, academically, personally. You might need some support to get through it. Hang in there--all adults have done this. ...Read more