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Possible uti: If you're urinating frequently but in small amounts and especially if the urine burns, it would be suspicious of a lower urinary tract infection. Another possibility is pelvic congestion or inflammation in view of the abdominal discomfort. If symptoms continue I recommend that you see your physician or gynecologist for examination and diagnosis. The appropriate tests will be ordered. ...Read more
Non specific symptom: These are not specific symptoms and the cause can range from something as mild as a viral illness to something much more serious such as a tumor. If symptoms persist you should see your doctor to undergo investigation. ...Read more
27 about 4 week pregnant, shaky hands, dizzyness, weeing alot, bloated stomach, wee smells alittle?
Seriously? c ur doc: There are some matters that lend themselves to this format. There are also some that don't. This is the latter. If you're pregnant, and want to be, then questions like these need to be placed to the doctor in charge. ...Read more
Am i pregnant? Hot flashes, nausea, heartburn, vomiting, sore breast, dizzyness, light spotting, tiredness and headachs
Yesterday morning i started feeling fatigue and very nauseated, shaking, and light headed, vomited 3 times. today im still nauseated and chest hurts?
Viral illness: especially the enterovirus infections that tend to occur in the fall, can lead to these symptoms and should be short lived. If you are able to take in enough fluids to maintain hydration, are able to be comfortable and your chest pain is improving you could wait it out for 2-3 days max. If not, please see your PCP. Go to the er immediately if any shortness of breath, severe chest pain,Or any other concern ...Read more
Rx for symptoms GI: It appears as if you might have acute gastritis, with an increase of HCL acid in your stomach and growling, reflux, discomfort. Treatment is to stay away from milk, spices and acidic foods that make those symptoms worse: ie OJ, salsa, curry and milk products. Also, can take OTC Zantac tabs and if not better add 20 mg Omeprazole for it, which should heal it over 2-4 weeks. If not, make vrtual app ...Read more
Get a check up: The symptoms you are describing could be from more than one problem. Have your periods been regular! Have you had any risky sexual encounters? These are some questions I would need answered to begin to get to the bottom of the spotting problem. The nausea could be related to this or to the diarrhea which could be infectious or food poisoning. I suggest a check up at a clinic or office now. ...Read more
Tough question.: Dizzy, tired and nauseated are three of the primary care physicians most dreaded symptoms because they often do not have an identifiable cause and the list of things that can cause them goes on forever. These symptoms will require a thorough exam, blood work and potentially imaging or additional focussed studies to help limit the possibilities. ...Read more
Check a HPT: Home pregnancy tests are easy to do, fast, and highly accurate. It is hard to tell from your discription, but those could be signs/symptoms of early pregnancy. Do a hpt. If pos, congrats. If neg, repeat in a few days. Either way, eat well, exercise regularly. Take your prenatals if u r pregnant or trying to. Consult doc. Best of luck to you. ...Read more
Poor diabetes cntrl.: Diabetes is associated with the classic findings of polyphagia (eating lots), polydipsia (drinking lots), and polyuria (urinating lots). The sugar is not able to be used by most body cells, and thus fatigue results. Don't go without your dm medications, or if still high bs, see a specialist. ...Read more
I have felt nauseated but haven't puked. lower abdominal pain, tired, late period, headaches, white creamy discharge.. help?
Endedmy period9/28/12, had pink spottin, nausea, frequent urination, headaches, fatigue, constipation, bloating, gas, &been feelin sick since, why?
Many symptoms...: With many symptoms, a primary care doctor can check to see if more than one illness is going on. Minor variations in female hormones can cause some of the symptoms. Frequent urination can be due to habit, drinking lots of fluids, a bladder infection, etc... Viral illnesses, digestive disorders, and other problems can cause some of the symptoms. So, an evaluation will help figure things out. ...Read more