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Signs And Symptoms Of Worms In Humans
Numerous: Week one, constipation, step-wise increasing fever to constant level, headache, lethargy, malaise, muscle and abdominal pains. In 2nd wk rose spotted rash, diarrhea, slow pulse, stupor replaces headache. 3rd and 4th weeks can produce GI hemorrhage, perforation of bowel, heart muscle dysfunction, septic shock and death. Bad disease to have. ...Read more
Syphilis symptoms: Same as anywhere else. Primary (initial) infection: genital sore, usually painless, often with swelling of nearby lymph nodes. Secondary stage (2-4 mo): skin rash, enlarged lymph nodes several areas, others. Tertiary stage (years later): heart disease, dementia, bone disease, an much more. At any stage, neurosyphilis with headache, paralysis, blindness, stroke, and more. If at risk, get tested! ...Read more
What are some of the symptoms of parasites such as tapeworms and other types of worm parasites in humans?
Multiple: Some men with gonorrhea may have no symptoms at all. However, men who do have symptoms, may have: - A burning sensation when urinating; - A white, yellow, or green discharge from the penis; - Painful or swollen testicles (although this is less common). For more information, you can visit the CDC website below. http://www.cdc.gov/std/gonorrhea/stdfact-gonorrhea.htm ...Read more
Can intestinal gas be a sign or symptom of a intestinal worm infestation? What are signs of worms in humans? Where and what kinds of tests are there?
Intestinal parasites: Usually present with abdominal pain or cramping, nausea, diarrhea etc.Microscopic exam of stool can confirm the presence of parasites.Intestinal parasites is uncommon in the western world where we practice good hygiene and we don't walk barefoot. With your symptoms and if all your tests are negative, sometimes we make a diagnosis of ibs/ irritable bowel syndrome. Take care! ...Read more
Encephalitis : Signs and symptoms of encephalitis in children may include fever, headache, vomiting, stiff neck or back pain, lethargy, weakness, unsteady gait, confusion, agitation, sensitivity to light, coma, seizures, and paralysis. Infants may also demonstrate poor feeding, irritability, bulging fontanelle, and body stiffness. ...Read more
Pulmonary TB: Which is the most common form causes cough, sputum production sometimes with blood, night sweats and weight loss. It is diagnosed by chest x-ray and sputum exam and culture. Extra pulmonary TB such as in the kidney, bone or nervous system will cause symptoms related to the organ involved but renal TB may be remarkably silent until late in the disease. ...Read more
Localized pain: The most common symptom is pain, localized in a specific part of leg that didn't get traumatized. But even if there hasn't been any hit or trauma, and pain and or swelling doesn't resolve in 2-3 weeks, have it x-rayed. Redness or swelling in area. Fracture of a bone could be pathological, which means some underlying problem in that area. ...Read more
Burning !: The most common complaint is a sensation of burning and pain during urination. There is often a sensation of pressure and discomfort in the bladder before urination. One usually has to go to urinate much more frequently and often feels the urge even of ony a few drops. Worsening bladder infections can infect the kidneys causing back pain and discomfort and even fevers or chills. ...Read more