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Body Pain In Groin When You Cough
Intermittent fever of 101, body aches, and moderate pain in groin lymph nodes for 3 days. No other symptoms. Does this sound like a virus?
Yes and no: The first part of your description sounds like a classic viral syndrome: fever, body aches, but moderate pain in the groin (inguinal) lymph nodes could point to a more serious bacterial infection. I would recommend seeing your gynecologist or primary care provider to determine why you have the lymph node swelling. It may be viral, but it would be safer to get a physical exam to be sure.
The cough reflex is a protective mechanism that uses muscles in your throat and chest to expel mucous and saliva that may contain pathogens that would otherwise possibly be inhaled via aerosol or to expel pathogens infecting the throat and respiratory system. Cough benefits the host by reducing load and benefits the pathogen which may then spread via aerosol. ...Read more
Shaved pubic area one day ago, today fever, body/aches chills, pubic area swollen, red, itchy, some bumps, groin pain both sides. How to fix?
Feels like double pulled groin, swollen, tender, warm, itchy, some bumps w/ redness, fever, body aches body chills after shaving pubic region?
Infection: It sounds like you developed an infection from shaving. If you're having chills you need to be seen by a doctor. The infection may have spread to your blood. Do not delay seeking medical help.
Yes, you can: But read the labels carefully, there are several nyquil preparations, some may interact with medicines you are already on, or may be contraindicated for you, good luck
I have a productive cough, awful headache and my body aches. What could it be and how long should I wait to see the dr?
Probable viral....: Your symptoms sound like there is a viral etiology. This typically resolves on its own over several days. If your symptoms worsen or it does not resolve after a week, then see your doctor for evaluation and treatment.See 1 more doctor answer
I've had a cough along with body aches, not feeling so well, and dizziness for a little longer than three weeks now, what does that mean?
Seasonal allergies: If your symptoms have persisted for 3 weeks, you are probably suffering from seasonal allergies. Try OTC allergy medication. If you do not improve, seek the attention of an allergist or an otolaryngologist.
Exam: May be influenza; however, you must be examined and tested.
Synptoms of cold have now turned into hard to swallowlow grade fever body aches cough isn't to bad anymore is it safe to wait till tomoro 2 c dr?
Up to you: If you feel better, that seems encouraging, but you may be experiencing symptoms of bacterial superinfection, which can be just as bad as a viral infection. I would call your doctor and run it by them before you decide on waiting on this
Coughing for about a month. Sudden attacks of cough. Body pain. Chest pain and weakness. When he moves or breaths it causes him pain. What could be?
Please see a doctor: We all can guess what the problem is. However, a cough for a month is nothing to take lightly. Please seek the care of a reputable physician.
I have a headache it started last night Monday I had felt like I was gonna cough I think it was coming from the lungs I have body aches what do I got?
It might be Flu?: Muscle aches and Headaches can be caused by a virus like head cold (Flu). This is followed by a sore throat or running nose. If it is a virus infection, it should settle down in 5-6 days. If it gets worse, then you should go see your doctor. For now you could take Tylenol to get some relief.See 1 more doctor answer
My 2yr old son has a common cold, in which he has had for 2days. Along with his cold is a horrible cough, congestion, n body aches. Now ever since the?
Flu: Flu can cause this. If it persists for more than a couple of days, you should consult your doctor.
I have chills, body aches and mild temp I have a cough and tightness in my chest should I go to stat care?
Yes: I think it is best to do that, to be sure nothing serious is going on.See 1 more doctor answer
Had body aches for about 12 hours with stinging cough. The aches are over and the cough is still present. No fever, what could this be?
My family and I have had recurrent cough/chest congestion and body aches over the past two months (every 2-3 weeks). Worrisome, or just the season?
Family illness: Why would this be "the seasons"? does this happen to your family every year at the same time for months? If not then it is likely an infection that your family is passing around to each member. You need to see the doctor as a family to help determine the cause and prescribe a treatment. This is not normal.See 1 more doctor answer
I'm on a 10 day course of antibiotics. I am on the seventh day and was feeling better but now have body aches, cough, Nasel issues. Shld I go bk 2 doc?
Yes: Go back and relay your symptoms. This doctor examined you originally so go back to that one
I've had a juicy cough, body aches. Fevers have ranged from 99.5-101.2. 3rd night and it hit 102. I haven't taken Tylenol & can't take Advil. Advice??
Got flu shot five days ago. Woke up with terrible cough and body aches today. How long does it take for the antibody to become present and offer prote?
14 to 21 days: It usualky takes 2 - 3 weeks 4 antibodies 2 kick in and start protection which might not b 100%.
I have terrible body aches and a slight cough. No fever or sinus problems. Could this be some sort of flu?
Viral illness: Your symptoms are consistent with flu, which commonly causes cough and body aches. Flu, short for influenza, is a specific viral infection. Influenza can cause any combination of symptoms including body aches, cough, fever, and chills. There are many viruses, other than influenza, that cause similar symptoms. Rest, drink plenty of fluids, treat body aches with acetaminophen and/or ibuprofen.
I have small hard lumps under my skin all over my body. I also have difficulty swallowing, chronic dry cough and body pain. What is this?
Arthritic disease or: Cough alone could be many things including asthma post nasal drainage, or acid reflux, but to put all the symptoms together it sounds like you may have a rheumatic disease such as lupus or schleroderma or a vascular disease. I recommend you see your primary care physician, and he or she will probably refer you to a pulmonologist or a rheumatologist.
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