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17year old with productive cough fatigue no fever?

Bronchitis: If this person is it sounds like it may be time to see the doctor. A persistent productive cough and fatigue may be more than just a cold. ...Read more

Dr. Sue Ferranti
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Cough (Definition)

Coughing is an important way to keep your throat and airways clear. However, excessive coughing may mean you have an underlying disease or disorder. Some coughs are dry, while others are considered productive. A productive cough is one ...Read more


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I have had (deer?) mice in my home for years. I now have chronic rhinosinusitis & clusterheadaches, cough,fatigue, should i get tested for Hantavirus?

I have had (deer?) mice in my home for years. I now have chronic rhinosinusitis & clusterheadaches, cough,fatigue, should i get tested for Hantavirus?

Hantavirus: Yes I would recommend it. Early symptoms are chills, fever and muscle ache then may begin to feel better for a very short amount of time, but within 1-2 days, it becomes hard to breathe with dry cough, general ill feeling, headache, shortness of breath, nausea and vomiting. I would also suggest testing for Lyme disease given your symptoms. It may also be a simple flu-like viral infection. ...Read more

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For the past week, lightheadedness, nausea when hungry, cough, fatigue, headaches, hunger. What is wrong?

For the past week, lightheadedness, nausea when hungry, cough, fatigue, headaches, hunger. What is wrong?

Flu: We can't give you a diagnosis since we don't know anything about you, not even where you live or your medical history; however, the symptoms you've mentioned are suggestive of a viral flu-like pathology. Please seek medical attention. ...Read more

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After having a low grade fever, between 99 - 100, for 6 days, is it time to see a doc? Slight cold, no cough, fatigue.

After having a low grade fever, between 99 - 100, for 6 days, is it time to see a doc? Slight cold, no cough, fatigue.

Fatigue: Your fever isa non- fever. Your fatigue may be due to other reasons and therefore make an appointment with your doctor for evaluation. ...Read more

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Chronic cough, fatigue, chest pain, chonic muscle pain, ...What possible conditions are associated with these symptoms?

Chronic cough, fatigue, chest pain, chonic muscle pain, ...What possible conditions are associated with these symptoms?

Consult a physician: Need more detailed history and work up to diagnose the conditions associated with these symptoms. Many connective tissue disorder and lung conditions can cause these symptoms. More info like duration of symptoms., , history of recent travel, exposure to any chemicals and medication history will be helpful. ...Read more

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I have running leaking nose, dry cough, fatigue . Was wondering if its just a cold or the flu? What is tge difference? Anything I can take?

I have running leaking nose, dry cough, fatigue . Was wondering if its just a cold or the flu? What is tge difference? Anything I can take?

Maybe strep,flu,etc.: Mild nose and throat symptoms can be from cold viruses, strep throat, allergies, etc., except that allergies usually don't cause a fever. Doctors have rapid 5-minute tests for strep, so a primary care doctor can diagnose strep and start antibiotics "right away", which means within the first 3 days of a strep throat infection. Doctors also have a 15-minute test for Flu A and Flu B. ...Read more

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I have a cough, fatigue, mild fever, and runny nose. What do I have? Flu or cold?

I have a cough, fatigue, mild fever, and runny nose.  What do I have? Flu or cold?

Cold: General rule of thumb is that if your symptoms are primarily above the neck and build over a couple days, it's a cold. Influenza usually hits you like 'a ton of bricks'. I'd suggest something as simple as DayQuil and maybe some saline nasal spray - that should help. Feel better! ...Read more

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Hello, I have been throwing up, having fevers chills cold sweats. Losing weight unitentionally loss of appitite chronic cough fatigue paleness of skin?

Hello, I have been throwing up, having fevers chills cold sweats. Losing weight unitentionally loss of appitite chronic cough fatigue paleness of skin?

MD: I don't think anyone here can help you other than strongly urging you to visit your family doc for a good evaluation. If you don't have one, go to your local urgent care. You need to be seen. Also, please quit smoking while you are still young. ...Read more

Dr. Michael Rothman
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Lethargy (Definition)

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