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Neck Itching At Night
Common rashes: The most common causes of itching include hives, eczema, dryness or fungal infections. Using only unscented soaps is advised. Using an unscented moisturizer and taking a non-sedating antihistamine can be helpful. If not improving, see a physician to see if you need an anti-fungal cream or topical steroid cream. ...Read more
Eyes hurt when I look around. Headaches at night. Legs ache at night as well as sore throat at Night and elevated body temp and moderate fatigue. ?
Get checked: This can be a concerning constellation of symptoms and it would be wise to schedule a visit with your primary care doctor. It may not be anything serious, but better to be safe. ...Read more
Tight right calf muscle for @ 1 week. Worse with rest, seems tingling /burning/ itchy at night in bed. Not hot or discolored. thoughts?
Calf discomfort: One possibility is congestion in the calf veins which builds up during the day's activity on your feet. Elevating the leg should relieve that discomfort,however. Irritability of calf nerves or muscles may be a cause. A blood clot in a calf vein usually is accompanied by swelling and tenderness. It's best to have a physician examine your leg and, if deemed advisable, get an ultrasound of the veins ...Read more
Sever sore throat on sat/sun night. Fever at night around 101+. Ok during the day. Throat doesn't hurt any more. Left side of neck swollen in back.
Try lotion first: Could be simply dry hands, and when your mind is not busy you notice it more. Try applying lotion or vaseline to your hands for a week and see if it helps. If it does not, see a dermatologist to look for other causes. ...Read more
Neuropathy?: You may have neuropathy, which can be caused by diabetes, vitamin deficiency, or other things. You should see your doctor to be checked. You may need blood tests and/or an EMG (electromyogram). In the meantime, try uncovering your feet at night to see if this helps. Good luck! ...Read more
A common site: Night sweats: there are many potential causes to sweating at night. The term night sweats generally refers to excessive sweating at night related to a hormone imbalance. There is no one answer to explain the origin of sweating at night. Some common causes are: infection, some cancers, several medications, low blood sugars and a host of other less common reasons. Were going to focus in on the hormone imbalance commonly seen in menopause, although by no means limited to menopause. We have seen a common night sweats picture in the men with prostate cancer with elevated estrogen levels. Swelling often starts around your neck We generally start with saliva testing which allows us to identify what the hormone imbalance actually is and treat accordingly. When we don't start with saliva testing we very often get very good success with progesterone cream in the form of wild yam cream. There are many different preparations of wild yam cream on the market and often the preparation does not have enough progesterone cream to be effective. The above is the simple answer the better answer is to work with a healthcare professional who has experiencing natural hormone therapy. Will be happy to further discuss your issues with you in the concierge service. Go to: https://www.healthtap.com/dr-stevenfergusonmd ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Burning/pinching headache left side. Worse during the day at my desk. Better at night when massaging and icing my neck. Sore back and shoulders.
Plan: The symptoms you describing often associated with tension and a overwhelmed stress. You need enough rest and sleep ,the first of all. Your work at the desk required alternation with some exercise for neck during the day. And make appointment with doctor for neck XRay and physical therapy. Evaluation and treatment. You too young to have these problems and need to rid of them. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Sleep apnea: Sleep apnea, which is shallow breathing, alternating with awakening and gasping for air, can be associated with conditions such as restless leg syndrome. People with sleep apnea often have risk factors for diseases of the arteries, like peripheral arterial disease. Either way, you should have a thorough history and physical examination, by your doctor, to get you started on treatment. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Doctor ASAP: If you're having a sudden change in your breathing - 911 to the hospital immediately. If the breathing problems have been gradual over days to weeks, especially if it's worse when lying down and you notice your feet swollen, we worry about the heart having trouble pumping (and fluid is backing up in the lungs and the rest of your body). Time to see your doctor asap to get examined. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Shin splints?: Are you a runner? Here's a link: https://www.google.com/search?q=shin+splints&rlz=1C1CHFX_enUS593US594&oq=shin+splints&aqs=chrome..69i57.3111j0j4&sourceid=chrome&ie=UTF-8 ...Read more