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Headache And Low Grade Fever
The medical term is cephalalgia. It is a feeling of pain that can occur on either both sides or just one side of the head or neck. Headaches can be sharp, dull, or throbbing, and can radiate to different areas of the head. They typically last less than an hour but can ...Read more
The right side of my son's neck is swollen, he has a headache and low grade fever. CBC showed elevated WBC and low lymph.
Likely strep I: Did he have a throat culture done. It sounds like he had a strep infection. Headaches and enlarged lymph nodes are common symptoms as well as abdominal pain or sandpaper rash can be symptoms as well. Low lymphocytes in the face of elevated total white blood cells leads one to believe it is a bacterial infection and not viral like mononucleosis. ...Read more
My kids suddenly developed headache dizziness low grade fever after accedintly leaving home pot on stove was burning for an hour. Did they inhale gas.
Possibly.: Depending on what burned, carbon monoxide and other toxic gases may have been produced. If this continues, see your doctor; if severe, go to emergency room. ...Read more
Well I have missed my period for this month, and been getting nasea in the morning but not always throwing up. Frequent diarrhea after eating only, frequent headaches, slight low grade fevers, swollen, tender breasts, darkening around the nipples, pains I
What's the cause of recurrent infection, swollen occipital node, fatigue, headache, low grade fever, weakness and overall tiredness? Anything serious?
There are many possible diagnosis for your symptoms and the list is pretty long. I will suggest you consult your familt physician
you need a thorough history and physical exam, blood tests and if indicated other tests to find the cause of your symptoms. It may or may not be serious. ...Read more
Son had headache, low grade fever. Dr said likely viral. Now 3 days later, dry cough, has rash (no fever). Does this sound like virus running course?
In afternoon, fatigue, headache, sinus pressure, low grade fever. Dr put me on amoxi. 3xday 10days for possible sinus infect. Why worse in afternoon?
Sinusitis: No way to know. Are you outside in the afternoon and exposed to things to which you are allergic? Maybe you need different decongestant, or need sinus rinses with a neti-pot. Check with your doctor. Good luck. ...Read more
Moving headache, low grade fever, neck and shoulder stiffness, fast heart rate, and feeling like blacking out even laying down? What could this be?
See your doctor: What you are describing could be an infection see your doctor soon. ...Read more
I did not ovulate this month, I have missed my period by 5 d.Pregnancy test is negative. Headache for 2d. Low grade fever for 10d. Asthma actin up.
Cycle changes: May be due to multiple factors: hormonal variations, stress, tension, anxiety, illness or metabolic disorders. I suggest keeping a menstrual diary and tracking your monthly cycles. Additionally, BC pills will protect you and help regulate your cycle. If you miss one once, do a home pregnancy test. ...Read more
Extremely light headed rapid heart rate short of breath blood work normal headache constantly an low grade fever 100 all the time?
Something else: Go back to your doctor for more evaluation -- something is up. ...Read more
Have a constant headache, low grade fever & swollen feet for 3 weeks. Ct scan of head and CBC normal. No relief with prednisone or pain meds. Help?
Headache: This is a common complaint and can result from many underlying illnesses. You have a fever of undetermined origin, and without knowing what evaluations have been done and the rest of the medical history and exam my best suggestion would be to see an infectious diseases expert. Do not know why you were given prednisone, but this does not, superficially, sound like a good idea. See an id doc. ...Read more
Having headaches, low grade fever (below 37.8 C), muscle aches 1 week after protected sex. No runny nose, cough or sore throat. Could this be HIV ARS?
What causes 90lbs loss unintentionally, your back to burn w/pain, mem loss, tn, pn, fibromyalgia, headaches, low grade fever, tremors head&neck?
Fever?: Amongst the constellation of symptoms of significant weight loss, burning back pain, #fibromyalgia, memory loss, eadaches ; neck tremors, the most worrisome relationship is fever ; significant weight loss. A general medical evaluation is necessary to discover what might be a serious problem. With back pain, urinary tract infection is possible. Tests are needed. ...Read more
Congestion, headache, sore throat, low grade fever. Will what I assume is a sinus infection go away by itself? I don't want to take antibiotics.
Sinusitis: Hello, what you are describing may indeed be a case of acute sinusitis. Yes, you can treat it without antibiotics since some cases are viral in nature. Use saline nasal irrigation and washing. This has been found to be very helpful to eradicate a sinusitis. Decongestants, tylenol (acetaminophen) and a mucus thinner may also help. If your symptoms worsen or persist beyond 7-10 days, then see your doctor. ...Read more
Infection: Sounds like infection of some type. Often symptoms of a throat infection. Hydrate, keep comfortable and if terribly uncomfortable, check with your doctor. Otherwise the symptoms are too vague to pin down any further. ...Read more
Cough for a little over a month. Recently got worse, with soreness in chest and throat, developed persistent headache and on and off low grade fever.
Persistent cough: Sounds concerning. You may need some medication and a chest X-ray. See your doctor or perform a virtual consult for assistance ...Read more
It hurts significantly to swallow. Associated cough, headache, fatigue, chills, low-grade fever, some constipation. Otc's aren't working. Bronchitis?
Possibly: This is a problem that necessitates a face-to-face meeting with your doctor. This will allow him/her to examine you, ask specific questions. And possibly order tests to find out what's wrong and what to do to help you. ...Read more
Two+ weeks I'll, exhausted, aches, congestion, headache, extreme fatigue, very low grade fever, and antibiotics didn't take any of it away?
I've slept a lot for a couple days, and today when I woke up I had a headache which got better upon standing, and I have a low grade fever of 100. Help?
There could be so many causes ranging from the usual flu to severe bacterial infection
best to have a clinical exam done, blood drawn in the er and rule out anything serious. ...Read more
List d/d for. Low grade fever at same exact time evryday in evening and headache since 10 days. No chill?
My son who is 7 has had a headache since 12pm and 5ml of Nurofen did not help at all. He has a low grade fever. What is the best medication to give?
Nurofen dosage: The correct dosage of Nurofen for a 7 year old is 10 ml every 6 to 8 hours. ...Read more
Fatigue: Symptoms may be due to fatigue after a whole days work. See your doctor for a workup. ...Read more
Surgery four days ago. Now freezing really bad headache and body hurts. At most a low grade fever.
I have had a low grade fever ranging from 99.5-100.7 for 3 1/2 weeks, random headaches, pain in the back and neck?
Low grade: Viral infection with relapsing sounds probable; however, I recommend an exam and blood testing to see how your body fights off infection. Definitely get examined. ...Read more
My 9 year old has strep. He's had 3 doses of abx. Still has low grade fever (99-100) and now has developed a headache. Should I be concerned?
Strep throat: Treatment of Strep throat seldom treats the disease, but is used to remove the risk of subsequent development of rheumatic fever. Sometimes if begun early enough the antibiotics will shorten the course of illness. If the headache was accompanied by stiff neck, alterations in sensorium or level of consciousness, nausea and vomiting or other symptoms would definitely taken her to a doctor. ...Read more
Hello, I have been having intermittent low grade fever with headache sometime for past 10 days. I have no other symptoms. Blood work shows no infectio?
Viral-temp: sounds like a recurring or pwesisitant virus. Get a relaiable thermometer. Check your temp and if it is101 or greater, take 2 tylenol (acetaminophen) tablets, then recheck temp again in 1 hour: if your fever drops 1 degree or more- this is probably a cold virus- just a rule of thumb. ...Read more
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