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Hip Pain Low Grade Fever
How bad is it?: First define the problem (do you have soft or frequent stool?), circumstances under which diarrhea developed (malabsorption, pancreatic maldigestion, food intolerances, stressful times, exposure to ill individuals, food poisoning, ischemic gut, inflammatory colitis, etc.), severity (stool volume, dehydration, blood, night-time awakening, weight loss), & duration. The "cure" depends on diagnosis. ...Read more
Severe joint pain, sudden onset, traveling from hip, shoulder, jaw. Low to mid grade fever. Headache, fatigue. No injury. Debilitating pain. 9 days.
Close your computer: If this is as severe and sudden as you describe I suggest immediate medical evaluation and ether your private physician or local UC clinic. ...Read more
Depends : That would depend on what type of "arthritis" you mean. In degenerative arthritis, you would not have fever. In immune-related arthritis, like rheumatoid arthritis or gout, you can have fever but it's not due to the pain but due to an activated immune system. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Right hip contusion, not bearing wt., tolerates rom, bilateral pedal edema, intermittent low grade fevers?
Fatigue, low grade fever from 11am-5pm only, strange i know, swollen neck lymph nodes, intermittent left sided abdominal and back pain, low output?
Chriari, joint pain, high platelets, potassium, and wbc, severe anemia, extreme fatigue, fever, chronic sore throat. High neutriophil?
See a doctor ASAP: This sounds quite severe. Platelets are increased by anything stimulating the bone marrow. This can be caused by infection, autoimmune diseases, leukemia, and other conditions. If you are severely anemic and taking nsaids like Naproxen you should stop until sure you are not bleeding. You really should seek medical care immediately. Hope you are better soon. ...Read more
Pain under ribs both sides, joint pain, back pain, all over swelling, low grade fevers, loss of appetite?
See your doctor: It's hards to pinpoint what you have without a medical exam and work up... You may need lab work (blood draw). Good luck. ...Read more
Chronic lumbar pain: The presence of lumbar back pain and referred hip pain is very common. An appropriate diagnosis is necessary to determine the cause of those symptoms. There are studies linking the presence of pain and fibromyalgia to early chronic dna viral infections. Some types of dna virus (ebv, cmv, hsv, hzv, parvovirus, hhv6) replicate inside the ganglia along the spinal cord causing motor and sensory deficits. ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
Several: This is difficult to answer because so many conditions may cause similar symptoms, including viruses. I would suggest a consultation with a rheumatologist if the problem persists. ...Read more
Having severe cramps and sharp pain in llq of abdomen radiating to back nausea vomiting bloating had hysterectomy 1 yr ago pain is 9/10 low grade feve?
Ovary vs GI: If you still have your left ovary, it could be a cyst. Your GYN may want it do an ultrasound. Of the ovary was removed, it may be a GI issue. You may need to see a gastroenterologist. ...Read more
Low mpv with high neutrophil absolute. swollen glands In neck, chest heaviness pain and tightness. back & bone pain. General weakness. Cough. Rash.
Probably not: Most likely are not related, however when you have fever you can also get achiness and sore muscles due to the infectious disease.If the infection in your hand is cured and( should be after six weeks) probably is not what is causing your back and neck pain. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Low WBC and platelets, fatigue, hip replacement w/rod in femur(new, deep pain in that femur), joint pain, headaches, what's going on?
(low lymph, high neuts - a few months), low grade fever, chills, fatigue, low abdominal pain, low back pain---all of this for 6-8 weeks at least, thx?
Can be serous : I'm affraid you must see a doctor asap. These symptoms are typical for certain cancers or ongoing infection. ...Read more
Patient 28 yrs old 7 days history of sickness ., high grade fever i.E105.6 with chills burning mituration lower abdomen pain suggest treatment?
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