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Fatigue Cold Feet Ears Ringing
Headaches: Headaches can be due to many things: dehydration (be sure drinking 64oz h20 each day), migraines, anxiety (breath into bag if current anxiety: talk to md if anxious), viruses (lyme, etc), new onset diabetes, autoimmune disorder, increased intracranial pressure/papilledema, brain tumor. See your md to be sure blood pressure and blood tests are normal. ...Read more
Pink spotting, headache fatigue dizzy tingling legs and ringing ears, ears feeling clogged. Please help?
Could be anemia: I assume that the pink spotting refers to vaginal discharge. Given you are female the remainder of the symptoms could be related to development of an anemia. If it is not around the time of your menses and you are spotting i would strongly suggest that you go be evaluated for possible pregnancy if you are sexually active; also CBC and iron studies to see if you are anemic regardless. ...Read more
Headache, sore throat, itchy ears, muscle ache, fatigue, runny nose, loss of appetite, hot and cold, dizzy. Cold or flu?
Cardinal signs of: Influenza are sudden onset of high fever( 101 or higher with hard chills/sweats),body/muscle pain,respiratory symptoms(cough,runny nose).Easy to test for rapidly.Important to diagnose and treat within 48 hours of onset of symptoms.Anti-viral flu medicine works best if started within this 48 hour window. ...Read more
Pressure in head, ears and face/jaw, weakness, sore throat, body aches, fatigue, no fever, sneezing w/o runny nose, no cough.. Cause?
Burning tingling head, cold numb feeling in arms feet and hands. Neck is also hot and head itchy. These symptoms for 4 days along with ringing ears?
Ears are ringing day and night, tired eyes, uneasy breathing, occasional frontal headaches, uneasy yawning, polyps, congested, fatigue?
TMJ TMD: Temporo-mandibular disorder is the second most frequent cause of orofacial pain after dental pain. TMD can be divided into disorders related to the muscles of mastication and TMJ. Earache, tinnitus, headache, toothache, neck pain and clicks are common symptoms. Proper diagnosis is the key to the successful treatment. See orofacial pain practitioner for a consultation and treatment. ...Read more
Chills (no fever), headache (back neck, ears and eyes), warm/tingling in face/head/arms/legs, lightheaded, nauseas, shaky, fatigue. For 5 days. F/31
See your doctor: This problem can only be solved by seeing your doctor and being evaluated face-to-face. After a thorough examination, your doctor should be able to tell you what's wrong and what to do about it. ...Read more
Throat pain with swallowing difficulties, speech problems, headache, body chill cold feeling , dizziness and numbness?
Troubling: Troubling symptoms. See your MD.Get a more detailed answer ›
Constant neck clicking when taking breath, turning head etc
Any ideas please?
See an MD: i would consider a nutritional deficiency or a hormonal imbalance. Both can be discovered with a good talk with your physician, and simple lab work. The neck clicking might be something else, if not really something we call Chvostec's sign, which is due to low calcium. (Since breathing associated too)...not entirely certain. Start some multivitamins in meantime....and see doc. Get well. ...Read more
Symptoms: chest pain, suffocating feeling, mucus cough, hearing loss, ear ache, headache, vision problems, freezing cold. What could be wrong?
Could predisone help with inner ear infection? Been having vertigo, ear achne, fatigue, hot and cold.
Not infection itself: Prednisone helps many many situation, but unfortunately it does not help the infection, but actually may make it worse. However, severe infection can cause much imflammation and Prednisone is a very powerful anti-inflammatory medication, which can be quite helpful in case of swelling as in severe strepthroat, mono etc..It may help with your vertigo. Follow yr doc's instruction carefully. Good luck. ...Read more
Seboric dermatitis in ears small spurts of vertigo for 6 months tinnitus tense neck head pressure and pains ear fullness hoarseness slight sore throat?
Face feels hot, cold chills, tight throat, fatigue, upset stomach, diarrhea, shoulder/neck aches, brain fog, congestion, but no fever?
Rest.: Sounds like you have the flu. If it is viral, you may only have low grade fever or sometimes none at all. O to bed, take 650 mg of tylenol (acetaminophen) every 4 hours for the aches and pains, gargle with warm salt water, drink lots of fluids, chicken broth and just rest. Hopefully, it is just the one day flu. ...Read more
It is time to see: A neurologist. Neurologists specialize in disease of and damage to the nervous system. Re.: make an appointment with your primary care physician to discuss whether a visit to a neurologist is warranted. Hope it helps... ...Read more
Im experiencing ringing/ pressure in my ears , jaw pain, lightheadedness, dizziness, moving sensation when i'm not, blurry vision.Anxiety tmj, or ear?
TMJ/TMD: The most common musculoskeletal disorder causing orofacial pain is a temporomandibular disorder (tmd). Tmd should be viewed as a group of related conditions that can be divided into disorders related to the muscles of mastication (muscular) and those emanating from the tmj. Earache is a common symptom due to the close location to tmj. Rec.: orofacial pain practitioner for diagnosis and treatment. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Dehydration: The signs and symptoms you are listing can be for dehydration. Light headed, tingling extremities and brain fog. Dehydration can occur if the core temperature is too high and not enough water with minerals are consumed to balance the problem. I prefer drinking a mineral infused water to replenish my body after exercising or training. Seek help from a physician. Rule out a mini stroke or TIA too. ...Read more
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