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Swollen Glands And Nausea
My skin aches, swollen glands fatigue, nausea, irritability. Every day I'm tired and don't feel good. Please help me :- (?
See a physician.: I think you should see a physician. You describe a very general symptoms that can rang from mild/self-resolving to very serious. I think you need to see a physician, particularly if your symptoms are sever or if you have been havering them for more than couple of days. I hope you will fell better soon. Read more
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Can tonsillitis cause swollen painful salivatory glands nausea and cough?? And my throat hurts on the other side on the bottom/back
Possibly...: The bacteria causing tonsillitis can spread to other nearby structures of the throat, and even spread throughout your system, causing more serious problems (sepsis). Nausea can be due to the primary infection or any antibiotics that you may currently be taking. If nausea keeps you from taking fluids or medications such as antibiotics, be sure to contact your physician for further evaluation/plan. Read more
My gums started hurting all of a sudden nd also my teeth. I feel a pulsing all over my mouth. Along with nausea, migranes nd swollen glands. Help?
ANUG: You may suffer a condition call anug (acute necrotizing ulcerative gingivitis) or anup (acute necrotizing ulcerative periodontitis), a condition where a chronic infection of the gum/bone due to bacterial colonization combining with a poor body defense mechanism due to medical problems lead to an ulcerated, dying tissue surroungding the tooth (gum and/or bone). Debride, antibiotic, and follow up. Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Taking bactrimds for impetigo. Few days ago pain/press. Behind eyes, nausea, swollen glands back of head, fever, bodyaches, flu shot in sept. Ideas?
Sinus infection?: Pain behind your eyes is typical for a sinus infection. The nausea, sweats, chills and body aches could be signs of a bacterial or viral infection, including the flu or mono. The flu shot protects 50-70% of healthy adults, so you can still get the flu, which is a virus. If it's a bacterial infection of your sinuses, Bactrim (sulfamethoxazole and trimethoprim) likely isn't enough. Either way, you're very ill, so please call your doc! Read more
Sore throat, swollen glands and white spots back of throat. Accompanied by headaches, nausea and aches all over my body. Feels like flu minus cough cold?
For 5 years I have felt constantly fatigued. Frequent muscle & joint pain. Occasional nausea. I regularly get sore throat & swollen glands?
You may have chronic fatigue syndrome. It is medically unexplained fatigue for over 6 months not relieved by rest and interfering with normal activities plus 4 or more of the following:
tender neck or axillary lymph nodes
postexertion malaise. Read more
No, I am a non smoker. The cough has been copounded by sore throat, swollen glands, headace and nausia.?
Viral infection: The symptoms are classical for a flu-like syndrome that is involving both the upper respiratory tract (sore throat, swollen glands) and lower respiratory tract (cough). As a rule, symptoms that get worse after 5 days can be treated by an empirical antibiotic and symptoms that linger after 10 days should be evaluated by a primary care physician. Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Throat pain for over a month, been talking penicillin for a week with no improvement. Swollen glands on left side of neck. I don't feel sick. Help!
Viral pharyngitis: With throat pain and swollen glands one wants to be sure there is bacterial and not viral infection. If penicillin isn't working and WBC normal use warm gargle with peroxide. Antibiotics induce MRSA as a possible side effect of unnecessary antibiotic treatment. Warm soaks also applied to neck nodes. Read more
Sore throat x3 weeks, painful swollen glands, neck hurts and migraine, nusea and tummy pain itchy and burning on face and neck I'm miserable please help!
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i will be making the best guess but migraine can be the most bothersome, so you need to get hold of some good medication for it either by going to your doctor or over the counter. Take a combination of tylenol, (acetaminophen) caffeine and aspirin (exedrin) if your stomach cacn handle. You may need an antacid (pepcid or priloses) along with exedr. Read more
Swollen abdomen and glands, nausea. Pain in ovaries. Flutters. Feel full. Lmp over a week late lasted 1-2 days. Numerous ultra early pregtests = neg?
Lymphadenopathy: Enlargement of the lymph nodes is recognized as a common sign of infectious, autoimmune, or malignant disease. Most commonly, in healthy individuals, the glands (lymph nodes) will enlarge as they work to fight off infections, be they viral and or bacterial...For example a child with a sore throat may develop associated swollen glands. If they stay enlarged, then seek medical attention. Read more
Treatment needs dx: Your swollen glands need to be diagnosed first before you get rid of them. If simple infections in the adjoining body parts caused these, they would regress after infection clears but if chronic inflammation of skin is the culprit, you can except these to persist every now and them due to the original condition. First try OTC anti inflammatory meds like Ibuprofen for a week or so. Read more
Possibly: Swelling of lymph nodes in the groin region can sometimes occur during the time of menses but should resolve after completion of menses. If you have glands which do not resolve or are swollen in areas other then the groin I would recommend that you seek out your primary physician or gyn for further evaluation. Read more