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Is Decreased Appetite A Symptom Of Normal 04 Mo
Idk why I keep worry about colon cancer at 22 but my only symptom is intermittent lack of appetite is intermittent lack of appetite a symptom of cc?
Not generally: Colon cancer is not unheard of in 22 year olds, but is extremely rare, unless there is a strong family history (genetic predisposition, various syndromes). See your doc, get examined, mention your fears; get reassured. If there are significant abnormalities that deserve further ealuation, then they can be addressed as well. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Appetite could go v: Or ^. Classic pregnancy sxs begin when period is missed or thereafter (6-8 wks). Sx’s can include: tender /swollen breasts, nausea or vomiting; lack of period; ^ frequency of urination; headaches, insomnia, fatigue. Moodiness, mild cramping, food cravings ; aversions; passing gas; enlarging waist line ; ^ white, milky vaginal discharge. Take pregnancy test to know. ...Read more
A women of 95 year having alp raised associated with the loss of weight and apeptite nd has generalized edema, what is the cause of these signs?
Causes of fevers (99-102) recurring like clockwork every month at the same time x6-8 months. Body aches, joint pain, headaches, loss of appetite. ESR was 20, other blood work was generally normal. Slight downward trend of RBCs, and increased eos.
Relapsing fever: is what you are describing. This just means a fever that comes back again and again, does not prove any particular cause. However, with your other symptoms and your young age, this is very consistent with an infection by the agent that causes Lyme disease. You definitely should see an ID specialist, have all available testing for Lymes, and other causes considered. Dx is difficult. Good luck! ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Is lack of appetite, constipation, and mild uterine cramping for two weeks normal after a concussion?
Diagnosed with bilateral axillary lymphadenopathy 4 month agofeeling fatigued loss of appetite and abnormal sweating for two weeks what could this be?
Lymph node: I think you need a good checkup to ascertain the reason for your lymphadenopathy ...Read more
What could be the cause of a low grade fever for almost 2 months? (99.4-99.8) my normal temp is around 97.8.
Temp elevation: We really would not consider this a fever, but it is certainly a change from your baseline. There are a number of possibilities - from a low grade infection, such as sinuses, pelvic, intraoral -to non-infection causes such as low grade inflammation somewhere or metabolic, such as mild hyperthyroid. You need a head to toe exam from both doctor and dentist. Write down anything else unusual recently. ...Read more
82 yo s/p craniotomy 4 mos ago of l frontal gbm grade 4 and imrt 3 weeks ago, sleepiness, lack of appetite due to loss of taste, confusion. Is this nml?
Craniotomy: The combination of a craniotomy and radiation therapy for a brain tumor plus age the lack of appetite and confusion it is not at all surprising to hear of these clinical findings. Hopefully with time these will resolve and you will become more comfortable. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Iam 37female all the time i feel generalized weakness. Haemoglobin 14gm whate is the cause? Thyroid function is normal no chronic illness no drug
Not certain...: A hemoglobin level of 14 is essentially normal for an adult woman. Weakness is a pretty generalized complaint and is best evaluated by examining the patient directly and ordering some lab tests to try to narrow down what could be causing it. Don't get discouraged, sometimes it can take some time for the disease to progress, and the cause to be identified. ...Read more
If my usual normal body temperature is an avg of 97.4, does having sudden temp increase of 98.8 constitute a fever?
After 1 yr of 15 mirtazapine upped to 30 past 6 nites with increased anxiety. Is it a side effect and normally diminish?
Increased confusion, problems with speech and word finding, is it normal 7 months after a mild tbi?
No: In a young person, after a mild tbi, improvement is the usual course during the 1st 6 months. Consult your physician to evaluate for sources that are impeding your progress. Additional imaging studies (ct or mri) may reveal some potential delayed sequelae of tbi such as post-traumatic/normal pressure hydrocephalus or subdural fluid collections. These are rare with mild tbi but not unknown. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I have a fever which ranges from 99-99.5°f since last 4 days, with generalized weakness. Apetite is normal, fever develops in evening?
Loss of appetite, loss of concentration, nausea, diffiulty with speaking, unexpected period, tiredness for 6 mts. Side effect of pill? anything other?
My wbc has decreased from 10.4 to 3.8 within a year. Absolute neutrophils decreased from 7114 to 1756. Is such a drastic decrease of concern?
Follow closely: There are many reasons why this could be happening. Make sure the remainder of your blood counts and your blood smear are normal. It is not at a level dangerous for picking up infection easily but you need to continue to have it checked and if it does not return to a more normal range, see a hematologist. All the best. ...Read more
18 mo with decreased appetite, vitamin B12 level at 1569, not sleeping, arm pain, and dizzy spells. What could this all mean?
Is it normal for my one year old to have cold symptoms for 2 weeks? Runny nose, decreased appetite, congested etc.?
Sometimes: Kids get on average 10 colds/year. Sometimes they may just have gotten over one cold and then another starts especially if they're in daycare. If your child is running a fever or you're ever concerned he/she has been sick for too long then you should take him/her to his/her doctor, if nothing more than for your peace of mind. ...Read more
My 2.5 year old, who is diabetic, has had a decreased appetite for the last couple weeks. Her blood sugars are normal and she doesn't appear sick. ?
Likely normal: Many normal children that age have quite variable appetites i would suggest that you keep a daily listing of all that she eats and drinks. After 1-2 weeks, talk to your doctor's nurse to see if they have any concern and whether they want you to bring her in to be seen. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
My 5 month old has decreased appetite and passes stools 3 times a day (the usual for her is 1). Stools are normal, not runny. Could it be teething?
Probably not: Teething symptoms are not usually related to appetite or bowel movements. If teething is the issue it may be the texture/feel of the food in the mouth that may keep your child from eating. Try food with different textures, flavors, or temperatures to see if appetite returns. If not then it could be something else and if she/he is not eating enough see the doctor. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Is it normal for toddler to go through periods of little appetite? He's been fussy last few days and decreased appetite? Teething possible still?
Can be normal: It is very normal for kids to go thru periods when they don't eat much or to be very hungry, depending on if they are in an active growth stage. Appetites can vary. The last teeth erupt about 2 1/2 . Sometimes the molars come in easily and there is no signs of teething and sometimes there is a lot of pain. Each child is different. So check mouth when you are brushing the teeth for teething bump. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
With every lupus flare, along with all my other symptoms, i also get diarrhea & decreased appetite and nausea/vomiting. Is that common ?
No.: It may be your drugs ((plaquenyl causes stomach issues in some), or another unrelated problem.. Discuss this with your treating doctor(s). ...Read more
Holter, ECG have come back normal, but my rhr is 50-55. I've been exhausted, decreased appetite, with sharp rt abdo pain. What do you think?
Iv been experiencing back pain, decreased appetite, fatigue, shortness of breath, gynecomastia and when I urinate I feel like I have to go again right after I'm done. Iv had these symptoms for a 6-12 months. What could this be? And what do I do?
26F RUQ pain >6m. Persistent, crampy, moderate. Normal u/s and HIDA. Still pain, every day. Normal labs. Decreased appetite, nausea when I eat/drink anything. Excess mucus in stool, no blood. should I push for answers, or is this my new norm?
Here are some...: What reported seems suggesting your GI-tract does not agree with what you consume, but maybe too early to say for sure what it may be. At present, it is useful to follow instructions described in https://ebettercare.com/feel-become-sick/. Thereby you gain insight on how to work well with doctor so to timely reach right diagnosis for right care. Best.... ...Read more
I'm experiencing night sweats and head aches with decreased appetite swollen lymph nodes not sure it relates to thyroid condition , new symptoms?
As above: With these symptoms u need to see u pcp for evaluation and work up. ...Read more
Iv been having back pain, gynecomastia, decreased appetite,fatigue, and when I urinate I feel like I still need to go afterwards. The back pain seems worse when I drink soda or take my ibuprofen. What is this? Have had symptoms for 6-13 months
See a doctor: Please get a full evaluation by a physician. You need a complete history and physical examination along with some blood tests and possibly some other diagnostic examinations. Start with a family physician or internist. If needed, they may consider referring you to an endocrinologist if it seems appropriate. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I have tummy pain constant like a dull ache, decreased appetite, some nausea & rectal pressure sensation. What could this be ? Had bloods done they were normal, no h pylori in stool.
Consultation advised: Not enough information to give precise advice. How long have you had the pain? Where exactly is it located in the abdomen? What makes it better or worse? These are just some of the questions a physician would ask you in addition to taking your past medical history and examining you. The following links may be help full: http://bit.ly/1CLXgba and http://bit.ly/10RdXop Consult>http://bit.ly/1OiIRcI ...Read more
4 yr old phlegmy cough, runny nose for 5 days. On day 6 low grade fever decreased appetite, then vomiting. Acts normal all day?
Viral : Runny nose and phlegmy cough are irritating the back of his throat causing him to vomit out the mucus after a coughing spell and decreased his appetite. Need plenty of fluids , rest and give him a combination of decongestant , histamine/cough medicine eg pediacare , robitussin, (guaifenesin) brand. If no better or worsening condition, take your child to the doctor. ...Read more
6 month old presents w/ intermittent vomiting (not projectile) and diarrhea for 5 days. NO irritability, sleeplessness, fever, dehydration, decreased appetite or any other signs of illness. What could cause these symptoms? Has GERD, possibly teething
Individualized: Teething symptoms will be different for every child. Decreased appetite can be associated with teething and only your child will no how long this will last. Provide loving support, teething rings, the correct dose of tylenol (acetaminophen) for severe pain and plenty of fluids until your child completes teething. Remember, teething is a natural life process... Your child will get through it just as you did. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
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