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Is Dizziness From Conjunctivitis
Not likely: There is a theoretical possibility of this occurring, but it is not likely to occur. ...Read more
Influenza: According to mayo clinic flu sxs may include “fever over 100f (38c), aching muscles, especially in your back, arms and legs, chills ; sweats, headache, dry cough, fatigue and weakness, nasal congestion.” children may experience nausea, vomiting or abdominal pain when they have influenza. ...Read more
My conditions : Chronic pansinusitis,Occipital Neuralgia,symptomatic dustmite allergy. Which of the 3 is most likely to cause brain fog,con. tiredness?
Prescribed amoxicillin for suspected flu w/chest infection; having intense dizzy spells. Is that from the amoxicillin? Or from the illness? Confused!
A child is suffering from sudden vertigo and temporary blackout of vision on standing after a constant gaze for sometime. What is the case?
Need vital sign/exam: This is difficult to pinpoint without knowing pulse rate, blood pressure and examining the child's heart and neurologic exam. Is suspicious for orthostatic hypotension, where the blood pressure drops when you have not been moving around. Easy tests just with blood pressure and heart rate readings in different positions can rule this in or out. She really needs to see doc in next week, drink lots! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Dehydration or Vagal: Depends on what you mean. If stepping into a hot environment suddenly causes you to faint, you may be having a vagal reaction or sudden vasodilation causing pooling of your blood away from your brain. If you are in the heat for a while, you may faint from dehydration and "hypovolemia" ...Read more
The blurry vision from chronic subderal hematoma is it constant or it like the eyes or zoning out sometimes? Or what kind of vison problems?
Is eye discomfort, sinus pain, ear aches,very mild tinnitus, and flatulence common on accutane? Is it the accutane the culprit possibly?
Could blepharitis by itself cause dry eye symtoms such as scratchy and burning eyes and is there a solution?
Yes and yes: The treatment needs to tailored by your ophthalmologist. Make an appointment soon. ...Read more
Big difference: Eye dryness is usually from low or altered tear flow and is annoying but not usually pathologic. It is usually somewhat chronic. Herpes is a viral infection, usually on the cornea or on the lids of the eye. It can do considerable damage, may be recurrent and should be treated quickly by your ophthalmologist. ...Read more
Face oil: Normal bacteria that live on your skin such as staph aureous sometimes overgrow because there is an abundance of food. The food is the oil secreted by your skin. The lid margins have oil glands too. Your years need oil to prevent easy evaporation of your tears. Treatment of this condition is lid hygiene with baby shampoo.Sometimes topical antibiotic ointment for gram positive bacteria, bacitracin. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer