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Black Mold Fever
Molds consist of airborn spores and spreading forms (hyphae) growing on surfaces. Several species are black including stachybotrys and aspergillus. Black mold ingestion has been associated with a toxic syndrome with brain and blood disorders. Most patients do not ingest black mold so the correlation with their ...Read more
No known risk: Slime molds differ from the molds that grow on and behind walls and carpets. No known risk to humans or animals from slime molds. Reliable sources 1) general: https://www.cdc.gov/mold/faqs.htm 2) hurricane: https://www.cdc.gov/mmwr/preview/mmwrhtml/rr5508a1.htm ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Facial pain, fever up to 103 (fever has stopped), yellow watery nasal discharge, cough, greenish brown sputum. Sinus infection and/or bronchitis?
Possibly: Or you may be getting over a cold. As a cold improves the nasal secretions get thicker and a little yellow. If you are coughing up thick brown sputum with a deep cough i would be more concerned about a bacterial pneumonia or possibly bronchitis. Most bronchitis is viral and happens as the last part of a cold .If not improving see your doctor. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Leave the area: First step in treating toxic mold exposure is to leave the affected environment if possible. Then you need to detox from the mycotoxins that make you toxic. If you would like more information please schedule a consult. ...Read more
See doctor / dentist: This is too little information for an answer to your question to be given. But it is enough information that you should visit your doctor or dentist and be checked out. Black is often a sign of bleeding, but can also be a sign of some types of infection. Neither is good. Go see a doctor! ...Read more
Not mildew: If this is a persistent problem, you may want to get it checked out especially for fat malabsorption (Celiac disease etc) when the stool floats. If this happens only for a few days, don't be worried over it. It is unlikely to be mildew even though yeast is a usually resident in the intestines. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Black stained sputum.No chest pain.No cough.Xrays negative.Hiv negative.No fever.2mcs;strep & k.Liebsella..Erythromycin&augmentin trtmt.No change?
Environmental??: There are environmental exposures that can lead to black stained sputum. Have you had a sputum culture done? A sputum culture will identify any bacteria present as well as what antibiotics would best treat it. Seeing an allergist might also be helpful to identify any environmental exposures and how to avoid them, if possible. Good luck! ...Read more
Worms, abdominal pains, black and red bits in stools. Does this indicate bleeding or a serious infestation?
Needs assessment: This would need to be medically evaluated to answer the question. Red stool can sometimes be due to bleeding. Black, tarry, malodorous stool can also be related to gastrointestinal bleeding. However, bits of this in stool could also be related to food you have eaten. Since you have abdominal pain and worms, it is very important to be evaluated by a physician. ...Read more
Smoke, old blood: Most common cause of black phlegm would be from smoke such as from cigarette/marijuana smoking. Coal miners used to have black phlegm but now they wear protective gear. Another cause would be old dried up blood from a bad sinus infection or bronchitis infection. Heavily polluted air such as from a recent fire is another possibility. ...Read more
Direahha, chills, severe congestion, no productive cough, chest wheezing, mucus yellow, green & blood tinted when does come up, ears plugged help!
2yr old has dark green diarrhea both thick/watery with bright green mucus, after food poisoning from undercooked hamburger.
Diarrhea: When red meat is not cooked properly or is kept in the refrigerated condition for a long time, the possibility of diarrhea increases manifold. Consumption of red meat that is infected with a bacterium called Escherichia coli is one of the most common causes of food poisoning. Maybe he should get a stool culture. Keep him well hydrated and if there is fever, and diarrhea continues go to the ER. ...Read more
2y r old food poisoning from undercooked hamburger,started Tuesday.No fever,no belly ache,diarrhea is dark green with mucus.What r chances of fatality?
If treated-UNLIKELY: Make sure the child is seen, evaluated, and treated. Dehydration can occur easily in a 2 yo, so make sure they are well hydrated. Antibiotics may be needed, etc. Statistically speaking, it would be very unlikely for the 2 yo to be in any danger of a fatality occurring. best wishes.. ...Read more
Think I have Zika. Spots all over body. Fever 4 days. Super bad sore throat. Yellow mucus diarrhea. No cough I live in Puerto Rico. I'mTaking benydryl
So what's your probl: We try to answer questions on this sight. The main risk group for Zola is the fetus. I can guarantee you without equivocation that you will NEVER get pregnant. However, there have been some case reports of sexual transmission through intercourse from men to women so use condem protection. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
No: Black walnut worm is not a treatment for babesia (a “piroplasm,” that infects red blood cells, carried by ticks) ...Read more
Fever, yellow mucus in nose, headache, body pain, nausea, sore throat, eyes ache from behind them. What is it? (i'm sick.) slight red rash on chest.
Flu: Depending on the severity of your fever, the group of symptoms your describing point to flu-like symptoms. It is common to have the sensation of aching behind the eyes and body aches with fever from viral illnesses. Acetomimophen or ibuprphen and fluids can help with these symptoms. The illness typically lasts 2-5 days at its height, you can have a lingering cough for 2-3 weeks following recovery. ...Read more
25/m: sneezing, coughing up yellow phlegm, yellow mucus from nose, white spots on throat, very congested, trouble sleeping, headache between eyebrows.
8m oldbaby boy runny poop green color stingent foul smell.twice in 3 days.no fever or vomiting.pooped too much tht it.came out of diaper.what reason?
Possible infection: From your description, it seems that your baby may have a stomach virus. There are several different types that occur this time of year, but Rotavirus comes to mind first. Be sure baby is properly hydrated and acting himself. If ill-appearing or high fever develop, see your pediatrician. ...Read more
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