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Is Severe Headache Normal After Tonsillectomy
Two years after a Cholecystectomy, I'm still having occasional night episodes of severe stomach pains, diarrhea and vomiting. Why is this occurring?
Post choley pain: http://www.webmd.com/digestive-disorders/tc/postcholecystectomy-syndrome-topic-overview There is a post-gb syndrome . Check for retained stone,bile duct dyskinesia , sphincter of odi dysfunction, adhesions, or gastritis with or without h pylori. may need U/S, EGD, retrograde cholangiopancreatography.Cholestyramine or colestipol can help w/diarrhea f/u/ w/ doc ...Read more
The medical term is cephalalgia. It is a feeling of pain that can occur on either both sides or just one side of the head or neck. Headaches can be sharp, dull, or throbbing, and can radiate to different areas of the head. They typically last less than an hour but can ...Read more
Is it normal to develop a headache a few days after lower molar extraction? Feels sinus like but is 4 days post procedure
Headache: Unusual for lower molar extraction to be related to headache. If you feel you have sinus involvement, it's entirely possible that you have an unrelated sinus infection that is causing the headache. Check with the Dentist or specialist Oral Surgeon that did the extraction. They may want to refer you on to your Physician or an ENT. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Is it normal to have a headache after having fever (38.3c) following stomach flu? Fever has gone down but now has a dull sore headache. Not pregnant
Yes: Yes it could a sign of dehydration so drink plenty of water and juices or it could a reaction to a low grade fever, take Tylenol (acetaminophen) . Or could be a pressure from sinus congestion take two Benadryl and a Tylenol (acetaminophen) at bed time and follow it with non drowsy allergy sinus medication like Zyrtec, Allegra, or Claritin . Not better make sure to check the BP and make sure it is not elevated and see a doctor ...Read more
Is it normal to have chest/back spasms after endoscopy w/ dialation/biopsy for what couple days after procedure. No bleeding, vomiting or fever.
No: Call the clinic or doctor did the procedure seek immediate medical attention these could be signs of a serious complication ...Read more
I don't think it is: normal, although your symptoms sound like a cold. You need to contact your surgeon for specific advice. ...Read more
Is it normal for 7 months later after surgery of diverticulitis to still be queasy and upset stomach? No fever or vomiting.
No: Typically we would expect your intestinal function to be back to normal within 6-8 weeks of surgery for diverticulitis. Prolonged upset suggests that the bacteria mix that normally lives in your intestine has been altered by surgery and the antibiotics given around the operation. Probiotics may help. Some people can also become lactose intolerant for a while after surgery. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
? migraine: Intense physical exertion can cause migraine headaches. If you are younger than 30 and have a family history of migraines this could be it. The headache pain is typically one-sided, is throbbing in nature, with associated nausea/vomiting. Light and sound sensitivity can also accompany. Classically there can be an aura before the onset - visual changes, pins/needles arm/leg, or speech problems. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Yes: Right upper abdominal pains or mid upper abdominal pains with nausea after eating can be a sign of gallbladder inflammation from gallstones. Have you been evaluated for gallstones or cholecystitis? Other things like gastritis or pancreatitis or esphagitis can cause similar pains, and needs a medical evaluation with your doctor. ...Read more
No, but: It depends on what the surgeon had to do during the procedure (how much soft tissue work). It's best to let you surgeon know, but usually the pain gets better as the days go on. ...Read more
3rd day GYN laparoscopic post op and now experiencing sudden severe vomiting and mild fever of 101. Is this urgent reason to consult doc after hours?
Yes: Preoperative written instructions by your surgeon should have included a section on fever and the need to call the surgeon "after hours". The combination of fever and severe vomiting is a RED ALERT post laparoscopy to make sure that there isn't unintended intra-abdominal injury to bowel or other structures. CALL NOW. ...Read more
Depends: You need to call and be seen by your physician. This is not something that can be managed without complete information of the problem and the treatment plan as well as a physical exam by your treating physician. ...Read more
See your: doctor Molly may have side effects that linger ...Read more
Is a neurogenic fever normal after a head injury and is it dangerous 4 days after comes and goes prob not?
Hemorridectomy 9 weeks ago. Cannot have a normal bowel movement. Extreme pain and bleeding. Is this still normal recovery?
Get checked..: It has been several weeks after and if you are having persistent bleeding and pain my recommendation is to call your doctor and have it checked. This might be a complication from the procedure which could include an infection among others. ...Read more
I'm still having bad headaches and swelling over 3 weeks after brain surgery(a temporal lobectomy for epilepsy). Is this unusual?
5 days since tonsillectomy/ adenoidectomy the right side of throat is hurting very bad ear pain, head pain, feeling sick. Is this normal for recovery?
Tonsillectomy postop: What you are suffering sounds like a very typically post-op course. You have to expect the worst sore throat of your life and it will likely last about 2 weeks. Head pain is probably from decreased fluid intake as a result of sore throat. Ear pain is referred pain from the tonsil beds to the ears and is an expected occurrence, although not everyone suffers this. Make sure you drink lots. ...Read more
After 2 weeks of dengue fever im still experiencing a headache and get light headed occasionally, is this normal?How long should I expect it to last?
Typically 7 days: Typically the initial episode of dengue lasts 7 days. Acetaminophen can help. If you have symptoms beyond 7 days you should contact your doctor again. Worrisome signs (abdominal pain, red spots, bleedig, breathing problems or cold /clammy etc) can develop a day or two after the fever breaks. Immediately go to an emergency room for evaluation of worsening symptoms after the fever breaks. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Headache (Worst Ever) (Definition)
Severe headache is a symptom in which a person has great pain in his head. Severe headache is usually an emergency. Causes include meningitis, bleeding in the brain, trauma, brain tumors, etc. ...Read more
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