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Doctor insights on: Do People With Parotitis Have A Lot Of Pain

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Do people with conjunctivitis have a lot of pain?

Not usually: Conjunctivitis is an inflammation or infection of the eyelid skin that is in contact with the eye, and the skin of the eyeball itself. It is usually irritating but not painful. If someone has pain of the eye, he/she should be evaluated immediately by an eye doctor, as this may indicate a more serious condition. ...Read more

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Do people with pancreatitis have a lot of pain?

Yes: Pancreatitis, acute of chronic usually causes abdominal pain that may seem to extend to the back. ...Read more

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Do people with shingles have a lot of pain?

Do people with shingles have a lot of pain?

Yes: Both during acute phase with rash , there is itching and discomfort----, and they can get post herpetic neuralgia, which is very painful. ...Read more

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Do people with angioedema have a lot of pain?

Not necesarily: Depends which part of the body is involved. Most of the cases you will feel itching and swelling. Scratching that area will lead to progressively worse swelling. ...Read more

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Do people with sepsis have a lot of pain?

Do people with sepsis have a lot of pain?

Depends: Sometimes yes, sometimes no. It varies a lot. Sometimes people with sepsis have altered mental status which can impair the ability to feel pain. Most internal organs dont have receptors for pain, so any infection in this organs will be pain free. ...Read more

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Do people with sarcoidosis have a lot of pain?

Do people with sarcoidosis have a lot of pain?

Sarcoidosis and pain: chest pain is a fairly common complaint among patients with sarcoidosis and some also develop a form of arthritis that can be painful. The majority of patients with sarcoidosis do not feel pain and of course patients with sarcoidosis can have pains unrelated to their sarcoidosis just like anyone else. ...Read more

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Do people with pertussis have a lot of pain?

Do people with pertussis have a lot of pain?

Can't say: Patients struggling with the worst cases of whooping cough are generally under a year of age and cough so hard they get strokes & brain damage. They are not conversational at that point but i'm sure it's not pleasent. Older kids or adults don't have it so bad, but the "100 days cough" surely wears them out. It is described as a moderate bronchitis in that group. ...Read more

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Do people with pulpitis have a lot of pain?

Yes: Pulpitis is extremely painfull. If the disease is not treated the pain will subside eventually. This means the root canal nerve died. Not that infection is cured. You will still need a root canal treatment otherwise you can loose your tooth. ...Read more

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Do people with sars have a lot of pain?

Do people with sars have a lot of pain?

Not frm virus itself: The virus itself doesn't cause discomfort or pain, but rather it is how our body responds to the virus (inflammation of the respiratory tract leading to secretions and respiratory congestion), and the tests we need to perform that will typically cause pain (phlebotomy, bronchoscopy, intubation, central line insertions, foley catheterizations, etc). ...Read more

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Do people with leptospirosis have a lot of pain?

Do people with leptospirosis have a lot of pain?

They certainly can!: Leptospirosis can cause significant flu-like body pains. That seems to get better after 1-2 weeks then more serious problems set in including severe organ damage. Leptospirosis must be diagnosed and treated promptly and appropriately to avoid serious problems! ...Read more

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Do people with diphtheria have a lot of pain?

Do people with diphtheria have a lot of pain?

Yes: Diphtheria is a nasty illness. We don't see a lot of it here, but in a lot of foreign countries, notably russia and surrounding areas, diphtheria is alive and kicking. Be thankful we don't see it here anymore, and the vaccine is so effective. Unbearable throat pain, aches, and more. ...Read more

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Do people with esophagitis have a lot of pain?

Do people with esophagitis have a lot of pain?

Quite variable: People with esophagitis, usually caused by acid refluxing from the stomach because the valve between the stomach and esophagus isn't properly functioning, can have varying degrees of discomfort. Some have absolutely no symptoms and some have quite severe symptoms of burning pain in the upper abdomen, lower chest. Alcohol, coffee, large meals can all contribute to these symptoms. ...Read more

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Do people with prostatectomy have a lot of pain?

Do people with prostatectomy have a lot of pain?

Not usually: Pain is not typically a prominent feature of prostatectomy (assuming you mean radical prostatectomy for prostate cancer). Pain may be slightly less with minimally invasive (robotic) approach vs. Traditional open surgery, but perhaps discomfort is a better term in either case. Significant pain may be a potential cause for concern. ...Read more

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Do people with asthma have a lot of pain?

Do people with asthma have a lot of pain?

Not usually: People with asthma may have some chest pain when they are having other asthma symptoms, but this is not a common symptom. ...Read more

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Do people with endomyometritis have a lot of pain?

Do people with endomyometritis have a lot of pain?

Endomyometritis: Women with endomyometritis typically have fever and associated rapid heart rate, midline lower abdominal pain, and uterine tenderness. They may also have chills, headache, malaise, or loss of appetite. I am not familiar with exactly how exquisite her belly pain may be. Considering the possible complications of endometritis, such as peritonitis or sepsis, pain might be the least of her concerns. ...Read more

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Do people with giardia infection have a lot of pain?

Do people with giardia infection have a lot of pain?

Giardiasis: People with giardia may have frequent belching, gas when eating, and abdominal cramping in addition to diarrhea but generally do not experience "a lot of pain". Your pcp can check for giardia with a stool sample sent to a lab. Treatment is an antiprotozoal or antibiotic. If you have giardia, you may want to have your water source checked for it & treated if + use treated water for handwashing, etc. ...Read more