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Frequent Urination Loss Of Appetite
If the number going to pee makes a person feel inconvenient for daily living , it is denoted as urinary frequency or frequent urination, which should be individualized to reflect the function of bladder storage and emptying, urine excretion, and fluid consumption, although AUA defined it as peeing more than 8 times in ...Read more
Frequent urination, excessive thirst, increased appetite but losing weight, headaches w nausea, and chronic fatigue. Possible causes?
Diabetes: Hi. That would be diabetes until proven otherwise. It's easy to test for. If you're diabetic and not overweight/obese, it's more likely type 1; if it's diabetes and you are overweight/obese, it's more likely type 2. Please don't ignore this. See your doc and get tested. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
These are symptoms: of depression, but could be caused by a myriad of physical conditions, which need to be addressed and eliminated first. Start with a visit to your MD, then after that, follow his/her recommendations for further care. You're 16. This is an age of great turmoil--socially, academically, personally. You might need some support to get through it. Hang in there--all adults have done this. ...Read more
Prostate enlargement: It is very common due to inefficient bladder emptying. Also, other causes include urethral stricture and bladder atony that produce small frequent voids. Also, urinary tract infection but usually have burning discomfort with it. Frequency at night only is also associated with kidney disease or heart failure due to edema and fluid retention. ...Read more
Short temper/mood swings, frequent urination as a result of unquenchable thirst, fatigue, irritability?
Best to see doctor: You could have diabetes insipidus and it could be central in origin. It is best that you see your doctor for evaluation, look at your blood and urine osmolality, and some tests and even look at the brain if needed. I had one with same symptoms and had intracranial process which when treated did very well, and is normal now for the past 10 years or so with no problems. ...Read more
Bleeding gums, synocope, frequent urination, constant fatigue, increased hunger, constant thirst, nausea, irritability, & mild seizers.
Pregnancy and : A multitude of other conditions. See a doctor for a physical exam. ...Read more
Been having a lot of anxiety attacks throughout the day with nausea, loss of appetite, little fluid intake, fatigue, bouts of insomnia. ?
Therapy: Carla, sounds like you have an anxiety disorder. You need to see a professional for proper evaluation and treatment. Also, since, you have a lot of physical symptoms, including nausea, you should see your PCP to rule out a physical condition (physical and mental health often go hand in hand). ...Read more
Stomach pain been happing for 1week, also some nausea, and lack of appetite, frequent urination ?
I am experiencing unintentional weight loss, difficulty sleeping, appetite changes, pain with urination, frequent urination, pain during sex, abno...
See doctor: With the symptoms you described, it is not feasible to provide a meaningful opinion without additional history, physical examination and may be some tests. It would be prudent to consult your doctor. ...Read more
Absolutely. All 3: Although far from the only cause of nausea, loss of appetite and tachycardia, lack of sleep can definitely cause these symptoms. This is thought to be due, in part, to the abnormal release of certain stress hormones and disruption of normal brain chemistry. Sleep deprivation can also elevate blood pressure and cause abnormal weight gain over the long term. Loss of appetite common early on. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Definitely, yes: Topiramate is a newer anticonvulsant that blocks voltage-gated sodium ion channels. Because it is not extensively metabolized in the liver, topiramate is being promoted as the successor to Gabapentin and is prescribed for a variety of pain disorders including the prophylaxis of migraine headache. Common side effects are dry mouth, loss of appetite, slow thinking, and trouble concentrating. ...Read more
Yes: Gallstones may cause cholecyctitis, which is an inflammation of the gallbladder. Because of this inflammation someone can experience nausea, pain in the right upper abdomen, and even pain radiation the the shoulder blade or middle back. If you suspect you may have stones it is important the be evaluated by a doctor. Gallstones may block ducts and cause serious issues such as pancreatitis. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
No stool passage, only mucus tension headache and loss of appetite and loss of weight. 20 y/o male. ?
Lots possible...: Symptomatology as you describe is not to be ignored--its a warning sign that something may be wrong inside your abdomen. Please see my many healthtap answers on the subject of what causes may be present. Not all such problems are serious (e.g. IBS is possible), but you don't want to miss the problem that is. Your constellation of symptoms may or may not be related. Get checked please. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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