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Illness Glossopalatine Arch Red Symptome
White spots on tonsils + back of throat, no sinus or throat pain, burping feeling, sternum 'clicking', no fever/ rash, 2X course antibiotics no change?
What explains a constant flushing, red/brown coloration of eyelids, weakness, fatigue, joint pain, facial outbreaks that resemble urticaria from sun?
Photosensitivity: These symptoms may be seen in systemic lupus. I recommend a consultation with a rheumatologist who will evaluate you and order the appropriate tests. If this is unrevealing and you are not taking any medications that can cause photosensitivity, consult a dermatologist to check the facial eruptions. ...Read more
42 yr-old with a 14-yr history of regular episodes of flu-like symptoms like low fever, cold extremities, joint pain, facial flushing, digestive.....?
Signs of herpes? Gums ache, eyes hurt mouth itch gums itch jaw sore also feeling dizzy. Are these herpes signs from french kissing its been a week
Stop sex contact.: Herpes is a viral infection on the soft mucosal tissues in the mouth, tongue and lips. It can be spread to the genital area of the body and elsewhere if, the lesions are broken. Go and see your family doctor or family dentist. They can treat you with steriods or antiviral medications. Once you get the virus; you will have it through life. ...Read more
Are all my symptoms related-abnormal upep, heel pain, fatigue, joint, pain , stable bone lesion on tibia also sensory neuropathy ?
During tonsil treatment new sore behind uvula and small white & red dots on left side of roof of mouth. Only left tonsil infected.Actually mono or reaction to meds like sjs blister? Chills nofever
Tonsil lesions: You might have a viral infection on top of the bacterial one. I suppose you have been on antibiotics for the tonsil infection. I would watch the mouth lesions and finish the antibiotic. Gargle with warm salt water and take Motrin or tylenol (acetaminophen) for pain. Good luck. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Single red raised-looking pimple where lip meets skin, white center. No blisters. Also having severe cold symptoms, swollen glands is this oral herpes?
Probably: oral herpes simplex is the most common virus to inhabit the mucosal region of the oral cavity. It most frequently lies dormant submucosally until a viral infection reduces the host immune local response and allows the virus to flare up. It appears in the form of a cold sore with possible swollen glands and a small pimple like lesion that eventually ulcerates. Then becomes dormant. ...Read more
Sxs: 8y.O.F. Swollen gums, fever, chills, sores on inflammed tonsils and negative rapid strep test.No history of herpes or compromised immune system. Dx?
Seriously......: These situations require a patient to be personally seen by a physician. Not even the best website\internet service\health care website\diagnostic health software\ computer\ best physician can replace the conventional doctor\patient relationship necessary in order to come up with an accurate diagnosis. Please take her to a pediatrician. Hope she feels better soon. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Mild burning around infra-orbital nerve area, NOT paroxysmal or neuralgic but tender, also tension on the zygomatic arch. 3 months now.
Yellow tongue, fatigue, globus sensation, headache, joint pain and weight loss of 4kg. Have seen many specialists already. Is it some unknown virus?
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Fast-healing mouth sores; small itchy annular chest lesions; small area of petechiae; no fever; fatigue; joint pain; happening for 1 week. Causes?
Healthy; 6da severe palate uvula throat infection; augmentin; 3da now local finger tip (3rd, 4th) swelling, hot, mild pain, and now numbness. Related?
Experiencing sporadic pain in bottom of feet, patches of skin near toes & outer edge turn bright white & numb. Shingles outbreak 2wk later, related?
Foot pain: You may have a couple issues here. White numb toes could be a sign of poor blood flow to your feet. This would cause pain as well. There is also a condition called post herpetic neuralgia which is a painful condition caused from the virus which gave you shingles. I would recommend evaluation by your primary care physician. ...Read more
Unilateral palatine tonsil swelling with purpura all the way down my throat. Feverish + muscle weakness. Possible first contact with HSV1+StaphAureus?
Can reactivation of shingles cause pins nedls crawling bugs on skin severe at night with chills, fever, fatigue, nausea muscle aches /gulain barre syndme?
Unlikely: Some people think you can only get shingles once and some others think you can get it more than once. It is unusual to get shingles in people under 40 years old. Mild systemic symptoms are more associated with shingles, such as fatigue, low fever, more of a mild viral syndrome. Chills, nausea, muscle aches would be unusual. To my knowledge gulain barre has not been associated with shingles. ...Read more
Non viral causes of high monocytes 16%? 4 y/o w/Symptoms: recurring fever, cyanosis, joint pain, no appetite, swollen lymph nodes. FH of JRA & Lupus.
Throat culture neg for strep, white patches on tonsils getting larger, red spots on palate, chills, nasal congest, severe body pain. Mono not likely.
Throat infection: It is not possible to provide you any relevant response given that you have provided no information not even your age let alone your medical history. Please discuss your concerns with your parents or your doctor or restate your question with all relevant information. ...Read more
Getting over influenza A. Bilateral TMJ/cheek pain. No visible swelling. Is this lingering ear/sinus infection, teeth, or actual jaw inflammation?
Either: Either. If the jaw symptoms are new. I'd wait until your flu symptoms are gone. if TMJ/cheek pain persists, see TMJ expert. Any dentist can be a TMJ expert with the proper training and experience. Most commonly, oral surgeons, prosthodontists, and orofacial pain specialists. Ask your MD, your dentist and your dental society for referrals. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer