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Intussusception Decreased Appetite
High temp: If you are running a high fever and you have significant symptoms it is a good idea to see a doctor in person to examine you and diagnose. Once this is accomplished, your doctor can give you antipyretic and analgesic medicine to treat your fever and pain respectively. There may be anti infective treatment your physician will suggest. Remember to bring your medicine if any and know your allergies. ...Read more
No: Teething has been wrongfully blamed for the common maladies in infants of 6 to 12 months age such as fever (febrile illness), diarrhea or even rash. It would be reasonable to expect a mild elevation of temperature not above 101 degree F and some fretfullness. ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
Can umbilical hernia cause nausea, fatigue, loss of appetite, weightloss, strained bowel movemnt(even with loose stools)? Surgeon app. End of month.
Probably not all: Probably not all of those symptoms are related to an umbilical hernia. Most umbilical hernias are small and do not cause that much discomfort, naseua, fatigue, weight loss, etc. If it is really large, it can start having some of those symptoms. But in general, i doubt the unbilical hernia is causing all those symptoms. Good luck at the appt. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Severe abdominal pain associated with bowel movement alternating constipation and diarrhea anxiety insomnia weight and apatite loss whats wrong?
IBS: Irritable bowel syndrome is likely. Chronic anxiety is complicating the issue. Try to identify offending foods. A gastroenterologist is best qualified to evaluate and treat you and give dietary advice(ex. Fodmap diet) and/or medication. See a psychologist or psychiatrist for stress management. Medication may also be prescribed for short term help. ...Read more
It could: Hiatal hernia is a deformity whereby the stomach pushes through the diaphragm and parts of the stomach instead of being under the diaphragm sits in the chest cavity. This causes a lot of various symptoms such as pain burping and early satiety which is what you're describing. It can also cause nausea. ...Read more
RECURRENT STOMACH PAIN AND BLOATING / Excessive stomach gases which is causing loss of appetite and weight loss.....?
Feeling unwell. Lower abdominal discomfort, nausea, slight chills, stomach making unusual noises, loss of appetite, increase in passing gas
Gastroenteritis: This could be food poisoning or a "stomach flu" such as viral gastroenteritis. Get rest, stay hydrated, and eat a bland diet. This should pass in a few days. Should you develop fevers, severe diarrhea or blood in the stool, severe vomiting, inability to tolerate oral intake and feeling dehydrated (dry mouth, dizzy, lightheaded), then I would advise going to the emergency department immediately. ...Read more
Pregnancy and : A multitude of other conditions. See a doctor for a physical exam. ...Read more
Poor appetite, muscle aches, fever, nausea, diarrhea, dark urine, abdominal discomfort, weakness, weight loss, easy bruising, abnormal menstruation..?
See a doctor!: Hi. By "dark urine",do you just mean very yellow, or do you mean dark like brown? If you have bilirubin, myoglobin, or hemoglobin in your urine, that's a problem, and could relate to various of your symptoms. Not wanting to do too much guessing, I'd recommend you see your doctor. Good luck! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Lower abdominal pain for weeks. Fever, nausea, vomiting, lost appetite, hot spasm/chills, trouble walking straight, urine decreased frequency. Help?
See below: What we know so far is that lack of sleep is associated with obesity. This is related to increase appetite and decreased physical activity due to fatigue. There are also several hormonal pathways altered with the lack of sleep that are being studied recently. The circadian rhythm (the one which tell us whether to be awake or sleep) has been recently linked to obesity with new promising medications. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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