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Pain In Ribs And Back When Breathing With High Fever
What is the cause of multi loculated pleural effusion in adults? I had also high fever, rib pain, back pain.
A pleural effusion means there is fluid in that chest cavity. Multiloculated means that the fluid isn't just one single continuous collection but is either multiple or divided in some fashion.
With high fever, rib pain and back pain infection is certainly a concern and you need to seek care urgently. ...Read more
What bactirial infection can cause very high fever, vomiting, breathing problems, chest pains, severe muscle & joint pain, diahydration, disoriantation,?
Many: The symptoms you describe are very common to different infections, bacterial and viral. Proper evaluation with lab work is necessary to identify the infectios agent. ...Read more
My 16 month old has a cold on her chest and a high fever which goes away after medicine but come right back. She was give amoxilicilin and histal?
2.5 yr old -fever from 100-104 for 6 days. High fever for 3 days/no other symptoms. Fever lowered for 1 day now back to 103.5-chest xray and CBC clear?
Check other infectns: 6 days of high fever is worrisome and a thorough investigation is warranted. Many possible explanations are likely, ranging from, most commonly, infectious causes (urinary tract?, kawasaki?, etc) to inflamatory, autoimmune or other even more rare and infrecuent causes that your doctor should be able to determine. ...Read more
About 12 14 hours of high fever shaking chills sweats minor body aches moderate headache fatigue no respiratory problems or congestion no recent colds no cough etc then mild discomfort in right back flank area below ribs begins and accelerates from a 1 to
I've had a cough for a few days followed by sore throat a fever and pain in ribs when coughing and breathing. What could this be?
See your doc today: Sounds like you're sick! You need to get seen. You might have strep throat and that needs to be treated with antibiotics to prevent long-term complications. Take tylenol (acetaminophen) only as directed on bottle for now, try some chloraseptic or cepastat lozenges, drink liquids and get seen later today. Good luck! ...Read more
High fever: She may have a serious infection. Take her to the er immediately or call your pediatrician. ...Read more
When my daughter sleeps, her breathing is fast and she has a high fever. Should I take her to the hospital?
My 2 year old has a high fever of 102-104, a bronchial kind of cough, hoarse voice, heavy breathing, and does nothing but lie around and sleep. Help!
Been running high fever and trouble breathing and dry cough and rash on my face. Why is my face broke out and how do I help it? It's not acne
Time to go in: Time to go see a doctor. You're too young to be this sick with a high fever. Go see a doctor. Also, it is not a good idea to smoke and be on birth control pills — that can lead to fatal blood clots. ...Read more
Past month, I had high fever, probably viral as nothing else came out in the chests. This was accompnied with chest pain.
While it has lowered?
I am having a terrible cold and high fever and congestion in the chest. What medication should I take?
16 months old with high fever for 6 days going along with cold on chest and vomits. Does not eat anything. Is taking histal & amoxiliicin & panadol (acetaminophen)?
I am battling chest congestion, annoying cough, high fever with body aches and chills. What could it be?
Could be pneumonia.: I don't recommend that you battle this all by yourself. You should see a doctor. If that's impractical--it is Christmas eve--I'm sure one of our Health Tap doctors would be happy to do a virtual consult with you. A full audiovisual consult is a better choice than a text only consult in a case like this. Sorry you're feeling so bad. —( ...Read more
What would cause reoccuring sickness in child: high fever, nasal/chest cong. Seems to come on about every 6wks. Neg for strep/flu. Seasonal allergies?
Not allergies: Allergies would not cause fever. I would want to know the following: how old is the child? How long has this been going on? Any other lab work, specifically a blood count? Any other symptoms, such as swollen glands, sores in the mouth, rashes, joint swelling? How high is the fever? Recurrent fevers of unknown origin are sometimes referred to pediatric infectious disease specialists. ...Read more
I got nauseous, felt like I got a high fever & was sweating out of no where, ended up vomiting & I've been having some chest. What could it be?
Viral fever?: It could be a viral infection. Rest, drink plenty of fluids.If the chest discomfort continues see a dr. ...Read more
Throatache, chest discomfort yellowish flem on coughing occured after a two-day-high fever. Only calpol was taken for fever. Should I visit doctor?
Yes: Yes, you are taking imuran (azathioprine) which is immune suppressant. Any infection could progress easier and more severe. ...Read more
My 2 year old just had a chest xray and was diagnosed with bronchitis. He has no cough or other symptoms other than high fever. Does this make sense?
Easy over read: Radiologists often make a suggested diagnosis based on assumptions. You only order chest xrays if you suspect a chest finding. If the xray is taken before the kid takes a deep breath, it will look like bronchitis. The suggested label from the radiologist is just that, a suggestion, they also say this needs to have clinical correlation. The doc may have just used the label to finish the visit ...Read more
I am worried that I have dengue. But I don't have high fever. Got little pain on my chest and legs sometime (3/10). I feel weak. Is this dengue?
Cannot diagnose: Where would you have gotten dengue? If you think you may have this and are concerned suggest you see a doctor and have titers drawn. If you have typical disease without hemorrhagic fever it should resolve spontaneously although the symptoms can persist sometimes for months. Good luck. ...Read more
Flu. High fever that has gone down now. Some night sweats. Mild cough. No chest pain. Blood in phlegm at morning that clears up during the day.?
Give it time:
What you described fits in with upper respiratory viral infection and it is healing. Give it time.
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Thickened very mild multiloculated right pleural effusion, not aspirable. Cause? I had high fever & pleuritic chest pain.I recovered with Amoxicillin.
Check with doctor: This doesn't sound like a "mild" problem. If you have recovered and your doctor has assured you all is well, it's probably true. But at one time it surely was a serious problem. Discuss with your doctor, especially whether repeat imaging (CT scan? MRI?) is recommended to assure things have cleared up completely and there is no sign of an underlying problem like TB or cancer. ...Read more
8 month old has one chest X-ray in the ER because of high fever. His lungs were clear. Is he now at risk for cancer?
What type of pleural effusion generally cause high fever,chill,pleuritic chest pain,leukocytosis(high neutrophil to lymphocyte ratio) & high CRP/ESR?
I got a chest cold/bronchitis 10/18, now still with left chest pain, ankle and belly edema, bad leg pain. Low fever. High crp/sed. Doc on vacation? Er
Can pancreatis only cause mild back and rib pain with no other symptoms like nausea, fever, etc...
Pancreatitis : Everyone experiences disease symptoms in their own way. Pancreatitis could therefore just present with back pain, although it would be more usual to have other symptoms like mid abdominal pain, nausea, trouble eating, fever etc. Clinical clues should be looked for --prior episodes and symptoms, alcohol use, meds etc plus physical exam findings and labs. There r other causes for back pain-check MD. ...Read more
I have EDS3/chronic back pain, for 3 days I've had worsening upper back and rib pain with a fever and can't raise my arms or bend/walk properly?
To The ER With You!: Whether you have EDS3, your fever and inability to raise your arms is very concerning. Your description otherwise is rather vague (more details needed), so best to go see a doctor for an exam and get this figured out sooner than later. Obviously, you should have someone drive you (to an ER would be best) today. ...Read more
Sharp pain on L follows ribs from back/front. Any Mvmnt, cough, sneeze, breathing causes stabbing pain. Been 3 wks getting worse. No fever, just pain!
Sweaty palm, pain under right shoulder blade. Pain below front right rib. Pain not steady. Nausea, increase in passing gas. No fever. Jittery at times?
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