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Rhinitis Hormonal Low Thyroid
This is a symptomatic disorder of the nose characterized by inflamed nasal mucosa. Groupings of rhinitis exist triggered by infection, allergy, non-allergic triggers/exposure, meds, immune disorder, and/or structural problems in the nose. Symptoms can include itching, sneezing, congestion, watery/mucoid drainage, post-nasal drainage with sore throat, ear ...Read more
Side has thyroid problems. What else could cause low thyroid and hormonal imbalances besides thrush?
NonAllergicRhinitis: Comprehensive medical history and physical exam is often sufficient. A long list of things are implicated in nonallergic rhinitis, hormonal being one. If presentation suggests hypothyroidism, appropriate labs should be performed. Tests to rule out systemic causes that may mimic rhinitis such as immunologic conditions (e.g. Sarcoidosis, wegners) may be indicated as suggested by clinical presentatio. ...Read more
4yr old son, sore throat (talking funny), ha, nauseous, leg pain, low fever, runny nose, neck is sore, othr son has 5ths disease, does it sound like strep?
Yes Both: Yes for both strep (confirm with rapid swab) might have a rash but distinct from 5th or 5th disease (parvovirus b19) 1st week flu like symptoms 2nd week rash and arthralgia. ...Read more
Extremely COLD (for years), FEET (even at 25celzium), thighs, ., urinating freq, runny nose, sweating underarms, headaches. TestsOK:circulation, thyroid, blood.
I have hashimito's thyroidism, hypothyroidism, what foods should I avoid? Am taking T4 50mg during the week, T4 75mg at weekends. Thank you.
Coffee with pills: Coffee decreases the absorption of T4, so don't drink coffee when you are taking your medicine. Otherwise, no dietary restrictions ...Read more
Swollen gland: Likely what you are describing is something called lymphadenopathy, which is swelling and inflammation of lymph nodes. This can lead to pain and can be aggravated by movement, depending on the location of the swollen lymph node. Generally speaking, most lymphadenopathy is caused by infectious processes. This could be viral or bacterial. If it is bacterial, the antibiotics can help. Try advil (ibuprofen) too. ...Read more
4 year old with runny nose, cough at times complaning of neck pain specially when lukin down. Can it be just flu?
For 3 days, bridge of my nose - sore to the touch but haven't been struck there. I 've had headache (never get them). No cold/runny nose. Neck sore?
I had a runny nose, cough and fatigue for the past three days. Now my neck is getting stiff when turning either way. Feeling feverish but no fever.
My 4.8 year old daughter has had a fever. For 2 nights (39-40c) does not have a stiff neck, digestive issues, but slight runny nose. No rashes.
HYPERPYREXIA: It can be associated with viral infection. Check with md to be sure. ...Read more
I have pressure inside my ears and sides ofmy neck, I have a headache, runny nose, tired, when I tilt my head up makes the pain/pressureworse, what isit?
Ans: You sound like you have a sinus issue. Start with very hot fluids to urrigate the sinus and take the pressure off the ears and face. Start there. If symptoms persist will need to see your doctor ...Read more
I have a 1 yr old that has a small moveable lump on the back of his head just above his neck. He also has a cough and runny nose, tugs at ear, no temp?
Lump: He has a shoddy lymph node as a response to his upper respiratory symptoms. The node will shrink over time as his symptoms disappear. ...Read more
I fell and banged my head 5 days ago, should I still go to the doctors? Lump was the size of an orange, now its the size of an egg and very tender. It also feels soft in one area. I have been waking with a stiff neck and headache. I also had a runny nose, a
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Syptoms are only hurts when I swallow, and hurts into ear some when I swallow, no sor throut, and I do have a runny nose, gland in neck seem swollen?
Ear infection?: Or serous otitis (fluid but not infected). Try a decongestant & get that looked at. ...Read more
I have been experiencing a stiff neck, mild headaches every now and then. This is followed by nausea no vomiting and a rise in my temperature and runny nose and sometimes very dry nose.
I just had a cold with a runny nose, sneezing, minor headaches and a sore neck. Could I have meningitis?
Can sinus problems cause a sore palate and jaw/neck glands without any other cold like symptoms like runny nose etc.?
I have been fine ever since just had a cold with runny nose and sneezing minor headache and sore neck. Could it be meningitis?
2 yo with fever cough runny nose two ear infect strep n flu - grabbing neck what are signs of meninjitis? Cvc was normal as well y neck grabbing?
Various: There are various signs of meningitis. Pain when moving the neck, lisltlessness, decreased appetite, nausea, vomiting, light sensitivity and headaches (of course headaches would not be something a 2 yo would verbalize). Grabbing the front ofbreast the neck could be a sign of a sore throat perhaps due to strep. If you suspect meningitis call your doctor as soon as possible. ...Read more
Had a cold with runny nose, wet cough, swollen lymph nodes in neck, lasted 2-3 months...was months ago but lymph nodes never went down and still hurt?
Lymphnodes: This can be common, as often the nodes may get blocked and stay enlarged for quite some time. See your Dr. For an eval and eventually if they do not decrease with treatment advice form your dr. You may need testing and further eval of the nodes. Good luck. ...Read more
Mild fever that comes and goes (more than 3w) and a swollen lymph node in the neck. Had cough and runny nose but its gone. Fever making me worry. HIV?
Not necessarily: The symptoms you are having can have several possible causes, from something minor like a sinus infection to scarier stuff. Something is going on and hasn't gone away on its own. Get an evaluation and treatment by a doctor, in person: the quickest way to get an answer. It is a terrible worry to have, for sure Obviously, if you do not wish to get HIV, prevention is the key next time & every time. ...Read more
Sore ear which is making the whole right side of my head down to my neck sore, also gurgling throat now and then plus constant runny nose, what is it?
See your doc...: This could be simple otitis media (middle ear infection) due to virus but symptoms of external ear pain and involvement of neck with lymph nodes/tenderness needs an in-person exam and visual inspection of the ear canal and posterior throat with your physician ASAP. Antibiotics may be needed and close follow up. Let your parent or guardian know what is going on and seek physician evaluation ASAP. ...Read more
I am experiencing headache (occurred: 1 - 3 hours) (quality: dull or aching sensation) (side: front, left, right) (time frame: gradual onset) (worsened by: routine activity) (severity: moderate), fatigue, jaw pain, runny nose and neck pain. The followin
Been having a migraine for almost a week, neck still tight to turn and forehead still throbbing, sinus pressure and stuffy runny nose?
By day 2 of antibiotic a soft quarter sized lump showed up on my right side of neck. Day 5 I feel achy and slight runny nose, ear ache. Why?
Reactive node: This sounds like a lymph node that is reacting to a viral syndrome that is evolving. This is not uncommon. Use symptomatic treatments and finish your antibiotics but remember that viruses generally do not respond to antibiotics. The node may take several months to go down. ...Read more
I have swollen lymph nodes in my neck, very tired, sweaty, and a runny nose. This is 1week after possible exposure to hiv. Are these symptoms of hiv?
I think I have staph on forehead now sore neck pimple inside nose runny nose increasingly productive cough?
Stap nose, stiifneck: Seek immediate medical examination and therapy...Get a more detailed answer ›
When I cough my neck hurts anad so does my chest. I also have a fever, a sore throat and a runny nose. What could this be?
Need more info: From what & how you describe it, it is likely a respiratory tract infection. This can be viral or bacterial (or fungal sometimes), and can be of the larger airways (bronchitis) or lower airways (pneumonia). You should seek medical evaluation if symptoms have been present for more than 2-3 days, or are worsening. ...Read more