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Nausea Headache Slight Fever Constipation
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
No: Ers are for emergency care. I don't believe your symptoms are needing evaluation right now. Not knowing anything else about your symptoms, I would recommend conservative care.... Nausea and headache meds, fever meds, and rest. If you don't feel better in next 24-48 hrs, consider urgent care clinic. Hope you feel better. ...Read more
Hi doctor. I am having mild fever for past four days that comes and goes with headaches and nausea.
Cannot diagnose: But this does not sound entirely benign and suggest that you see a doctor asap, particularly if you have fever, sensitivity to light, sound or have any other symptoms. With mitral valve prolapse you are at risk of having endocarditis (heart valve infection), and other possibilities may include meningitis (now chronic after 4 days). Please go and see somebody (use er if necessary) right away. ...Read more
I have severe body aches, chills then fever, slight nausea, exhaustion. No cold, no headache...Am baffled as to what is wrong.
Constant headache for 4 days now. I am prone to migraines, but this particular headache is lasting longer than typical. I tend to have a mild fever throughout the day. I have all the typical migraine sensitivity with, light sound smell, nausea. I have tri
Fever, cough, headache, slight nausea & mouth pain. I have TMJ, is that likely cause for pain through top & bottom jaw or should I be concerned?
I would like to know what cause cramps, slight fever, bloating, frequent peeing, headaches, fatigue, and nausea.
Diagnoses: The symptoms you describe can fit into several categories. Diagnoses are not made by listening to only a few noted symptoms, but by obtaining a full history, past medical records, physical exam and perhaps labs. See a doctor and be evaluated professionally. Answers on HealthTap aren't intended for individual treatment, prescription or diagnosis. ...Read more
Is it possible to get one or two acute HIV symptoms (ex. Slight headache and muscle soreness but no rash, fever, nausea)? PLEASE HELP?!
Severe stiff/painful neck, slight headache, light sensitivity, nausea. No fever/vomiting. Should I go to the ER or wait and see doctor in the morning?
See doctor now: Hard to know what's going on without an exam. To be safe, get evaluated now. ...Read more
Swollen/red uvula/tonsils, dry tongue, frontal headache, aches, mild fever, painful cough, waves of nausea, disorientation, a few days, cough wakes me?
16 weeks pregnant having a fever of 100.6 today with bad headache, nausea, mild left flank pain & no other symptoms. Is this something I must call my OB about? Next OB appt in 1 week.
Kidney infection?: It sounds like you could have a kidney infection. You should be seen right now, either by your OB or by another doctor (tell them you are pregnant). ...Read more
My daughter who is 5 is suddenly vomiting. Can you help me? She has a slight decrease in appetite, some stomach pain but not sever and it goes away. She doesn't have a fever, nausea, or constipation. She just suddenly coughed early this morning while slee
Hi, I am having slight centric chest pain for almost a week. Neck pain Shoulder pain, jaw pain nausea headache one sided giddiness fever ECG normal?
Neck if not heart: Any time one experiences chest pain with Jaw, shoulder and arm involvement, ruling out a cardiac cause is paramount. Once done though, your cervical spine can be the underlying trigger for most of these complaints. Have your doc look into your neck as the cause where you might need PT, injections and meds to clear things up. ...Read more
Ok if I have had a headache for 6 days and neck pain (feels kinda like muscle tightness) and dizziness, is there any way this is meningitis? No fever. No vomiting, slight nausea.
Sore tender lymph node in back of neck for almost two weeks, mild neck pain, off & on headache. No fever, night sweats, nausea, vomiting, weight loss.
Inflammatory: Malignant nodal disease from oral cavity spreads to anterior neck. Other tumors are found in nodes along jugular chain. Posterior neck most often drains hairline or lesions posterior scalp. Check to see if infection skin lesion present and use warm soaks to treat. This should resolve presence of sore nodes. Antibiotics rarely needed. ...Read more
I have mild nausea, an inconsistent sore throat, no rash, headache, or fever, but I do have congestion, minimal cough, aches, fatigue?
Bad headaches for 4 weeks, which also include blurry vision, watery eyes, slight neck stiffness sane 4 weeks. No fever no vomiting just slight nausea. This couldn't be meningitis?
I have mild nausea, ache\fatigue, congestion, inconsistent sore throat, little to no cough, no headache rash or fever any ideas?
Last 7 days, I've experienced increasing pain (neck/back) fatigue, headache, earache (both ears), nausea, slight sore throat, no fever?
Vague: It has been a week. I would see a doctor. You may need some testing. Don't rely upon OTC self-medicating. ...Read more
No fever, severe headaches, sore throat, mild cough, mild runny nose, severe neck pain and nausea. Went away for one day yet came back. 3 days strong
Cervicogenic HA: Is a very common headache secondary to neck involvement. Cervicogenic headache is a unilateral pain provoked by neck movement or by pressure on the neck. These headache patients usually had a reduced cervical range of motion in association with the headache, dizziness, etc. Rec.: see orofacial pain or headache specialist for evaluation and treatment. You also have seasonal flu. ...Read more
Fever, yellow mucus in nose, headache, body pain, nausea, sore throat, eyes ache from behind them. What is it? (i'm sick.) slight red rash on chest.
Flu: Depending on the severity of your fever, the group of symptoms your describing point to flu-like symptoms. It is common to have the sensation of aching behind the eyes and body aches with fever from viral illnesses. Acetomimophen or ibuprphen and fluids can help with these symptoms. The illness typically lasts 2-5 days at its height, you can have a lingering cough for 2-3 weeks following recovery. ...Read more
I am experiencing headaches, sore throat, nasal decongestion/drainage, (mostly) dry cough, very mild nausea, complete lack of appetite, but no fever or body aches. Do I possibly have the flu or pneumonia?
I've been getting constant headaches, dizziness, fevers, slight nausea & a weird salty taste in the back of my throat. For the past week or two..
Had flu shot in Fall. Bad sinus headache / irritable and nausea loose stool & was exposed Thursday to norovirus? Can I have mild case?
Possibly: Flu season is all but over so it is unlikely that you are suffering from the flu. There a host of other viruses that could cause similar symptoms unrelated to the flu. If you are concerned see your doctor within 48 hours of symptoms so that you can receive appropriate flu treatment. Best treatment is time and symptomatic management. ...Read more
Flu shot 3 days ago, gas, nausea, runny nose, headache, mild chest pain, weakness, sweating/chills, and dizzy. If not flu shot then what?
At dr. Yesterday. Diangosis impetigo. Prescription bactrim (sulfamethoxazole and trimethoprim) ds. Woke up sweating last night. Headache. Throat getting sore. Nausea. Body aches. Feels like pressure behind eyes. Had flu shot. Slight ruq pain. Ideas?
Could be a combination of the following:
1.Flu vaccine side effects and antibiotic use-gi upset/stomach ache.
2. A viral illness with cold and stomach symptoms.
3. Doubt due to impetigo unless lesions are spreading/worsening.
Re check with your doc if symptomatic care is not improving your status. ...Read more
Infectious: It is hard to know the exact cause but with these symptoms an infectious cause should be considered and ruled out as you may need treatment. Please seek evaluation by your primary care physician. ...Read more
See doctor: It is not feasible to provide a meaningful opinion without taking additional history, physical examination and may be some tests. It would be prudent to see your doctor. If you do not have a doctor and the symptoms do not abate, go to the nearest emergency department in a hospital. ...Read more
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