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May have pain: but I have heard of full blown flu -like symptoms. ...Read more
It cause your: Resistance to drop. Drop in immunity can make you more vulnerable to infections. So it doesn't cause the cold or flu directly but may be a contributing factor. ...Read more
Chronic flulike symptoms, cognitive changes and recurrent panic-like episodes. Calcium low, PRL high, cortisol went from 18 to 850! ESR low. eGFR low?
You do need to see a physician as your investigations appear to point to some pathological process. Also, have your symptoms been gradual in onset or sudden?
Are you on any medication?
You need a full review to check off all the probable causes of your presentation. ...Read more
See a doctor: Could be viral disease, but still need to be seen given your history ...Read more
I have the flu for the 2nd time in 2months , i'm 40 years old and never had the flu before. My lower spine is sore, is that a flulike symptom.
See Doctor: Recurrent non specific flu like symptoms can be the sign of underlying problem. If can be sign of festering localized infection or pathology. See doctor. ...Read more
Why would i keep getting recurring respiratory/flulike/cold infections? Been for the last 6 months. Tried 3 diff antibiotics, inhalr, steriod, allrgy med
Virus after virus...: The past six months have been the heart of winter, and there are some nasty viruses going around, including strains of influenza the vaccine didn't do much for this year. If you had a viral infection, antibiotics and all the things you mentioned would not help much. Also, you may be a bit more prone to picking up the next one in town. Wash hands obsessively, get rest and fluids and get flu shot! ...Read more
I just took .5 mg of lorazepam (gad) and would like to take advil (ibuprofen) (2x200mgs) for my headache and flulike aches. is that ok?
Sure: Sure, those medications are not contraindicated. Hope that helps! ...Read more
7mo.Has high fever, wet cough, all the signs of cold but its affecting everything she does.2 diff drs said flulike virus w/o tests&gave antibiotics?
Reasonable: Most 7 month olds as you describe have a viral illness that may progress into a bacterial condition. Antibiotics are reasonable treatment option. ...Read more
Can Tapering Vicodin myself from 4-5 qday for 4 yrs to 2 qday last few days cause flulike symptoms of feverish/chills/sweating/tired and etc?
Possibly: I would see your doctor for monitored tapering off of an opiate. However these symptoms yo described could be from withdrawal. Good luck ...Read more
Put on Crestor (rosuvastatin) 20 mg after 7 weeks felt flulike,muscle&joint pain. Blood work goodCholesterol down 90 points.dr said take 10 mg every other day. safe?
Yes: Intermittent, or pulsed dosing of crestor (rosuvastatin) is very effective at reducing or eliminating side effects ...Read more
Was this sepsis? Severe reaction 2 mosquito bite. 100.3 temp. Very swollen nodes & left face to supraclavicular. Vomiting. Fainted.Pain.Flulike.
Sepsis is life threatening whole body inflammatory response to a severe infection. The condition is potentially fatal and is often associated with multiple organ failure.
If your symptoms have improved without treatment then you weren't septic. ...Read more
Ana 1:160speckled, ESR 29, IgG 1710, low grade fever, flulike feeling, wrist and back ache (sometimes) blotchy areas on arms/stomach in heat, swollen nodes 1cm in neck, doc says lupus, do I trust her?
Hard to comment: Look at other posibilities also, lupus is a chance, but i feel there many other posibilities for your problems. ...Read more
Subtype: Schistosomes are a subtype of fluke; you may hear them called "blood flukes". Any good textbook of invertebrate taxonomy can guide you further. ...Read more
I'm not in any pain but I have been bleeding for now going on 4 weeks into the fifth .......this is the second time ...the first time was a fluke. .
Get checked: Hi Kevin911 You dont include your age, but continual menstrual bleeding outside of periods should always be investigated because it either suggests hormonal imbalance (including pregnancy), or something else (perhaps even cancer) causing irritation of the uterus. So I'd suggest you schedule with a gyn or FP right away!! ...Read more
My diet has been constant and i've been exercising more, yet i gained 5 pounds in a week (wasn't just a fluke weigh-in- its stayed). How can this be?
Muscle: Muscle weighs heavy and i know many people who would love to gain muscle. If your cloths fit as they did before or even better if they fit loose you are on the right track so keep it up and forget the scale. Lean and firm is good and for a woman do not go below 18% body fat unless you are going for the olympics. ...Read more
Appendage: You likely speak of the left and right atrial appendages. ...Read more
Not a reliable test: You will find easier to follow your hemoglobin(Hgb) level instead of RBC numbers. Hgb is a more reliable test than RBC numbers. ...Read more
I just start taking flurine 5mg today for my migraine, is it really work to make my pain go & what the side efffect? How long I have to take it?
Migraine: I would like to get a diagnosis done and make sure it isn't ur bite which is causing the migraines seek a neuro muscular dentist. ...Read more
Sun tanning earlier and all of a sudden head was spinning. I quickly got up and it disappeared. Had only been in sun for 5 min. Fluke or a concern?
Freshwater fish, veg:
Clonorchis sinensis (or opisthorchis sinensis), also known as the chinese liver fluke, is endemic in the far east, particularly in china, japan, taiwan, vietnam, and korea; it is also endemic in far eastern russia [1, 2].
F. Hepatica occurs mainly in sheep-rearing areas of temperate climates, particularly in parts of central and south america, europe, china, africa, and the middle east . ...Read more
Fecal test.: A diagnosis is made when a lucky pathologist gets to examine the little critters (or their eggs) in a stool sample. Symptoms of a liver fluke include having smelly, fatty stools (the flukes disrupt and/or eat bile which digests fats), jaundice, fever. A serious complication is cancer of the bile tract. See your doctor, especially if you've traveled to asia (flukes are endemic there). ...Read more
Contaminated food: Infection with liver fluke parasites can happen after consumption of contaminated undercooked/uncooked fish. There are some liver flukes that can contaminate watercress, parsley, and alfalfa; the contamination comes from sheep and cows in that case. ...Read more
Sanitation: Flukes come from contaminated water and food. Avoid wading in dirty waters, cook food thoroughly, drink filtered water. ...Read more
Fascioliasis: can be treated with TriclabendazoleGet a more detailed answer ›
Several miscarriages in the past with tests results concluding a fluke now i had 2 periods in one month, is this normal?
Likely normal: A cycle length (from the first day of one period to the first day of the next period) of 21 to 35 days is considered normal. Since calendar months are 30-31 days, it is common to have your period on a different calendar day each month. So if you started a period on january 3rd, you could easily get a second period on january 24th, and that would be normal. Cycles less than 21 days aren't normal. ...Read more
I've noticed that smoking a cigarette can sometimes clear my sinuses, is this just a fluke or is there something Going on that I don't know about?
Smoking..: There is no benefit from smoking, they do not help clear up sinuses, in fact smoke has been shown to make sinus issues worse in some people. I'm sure you have heard this a million times before, but at 18 years old you should know by now there are no redeeming qualities of smoking cigarettes. Think about stopping now before you do any permanent damage. Talk to doctor about ways to help you quit. ...Read more