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What Would Cause A Fever And An Extreme Headache
The medical term is cephalalgia. It is a feeling of pain that can occur on either both sides or just one side of the head or neck. Headaches can be sharp, dull, or throbbing, and can radiate to different areas of the head. They typically last less than an hour but can ...Read more
I'm worried about my health since i been having fever for the past 2 nights - only at night. I'm coughing but have no headache just fever. What could be the cause?
Possibly: While not all cases of gout cause fever and headaches, it is seen in some patients. This is especially important to note as the "gout" attack may not be gout at all and possibly a infected arthritis or septic (infected) joint. These require medical attention. A headache with gout is generally not associated unless fever is involved. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
No: Call your physician, and wear your retainers or your teeth will shift. ...Read more
Best advice: Is to get yourself a comprehensive exam by your physician.There are many causes of that nature. Might be just a simple case of strep, sinus infection , allergy etc but you certainly don't want to miss out something more serious that can be treated at an earlier stage and save your life.Don't be feeling sorry for yourself if it is something devastating! please have yourself checked out ...Read more
Many: Your symptoms are extremely non specific. If the chest pain continues or worsens see a doctor immediately, especially if associated with difficulty breathing. You need to be sure you're not having a heart attack or something similar. If your heart is ok (which hopefully it will remain for a long time!), then there are many things that could cause these symptoms. ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
My son, 8 yrs old suffering from headache since last tues but this time follow .By fever. Any idea what is the cause. Tq.
I had fever with chills for 2 days. Now its gone but this severe back headache is bothering me. What could be the cause of this? And what's the cure?
Infection: Based on the limited information, this is most likely an infected lower premolar tooth. If there is an abscess, it can put pressure on the nerve that supplies the lower lip on the affected side. If it is all the lips, it could be a viral outbreak or something else. Either way, it would be wise to see an endodontist or skilled dentist. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Probably viral: It is usually related to a viral infection. If the symptoms persist, you should seek a medical evaluation. ...Read more
Many possibilities: One of the most common causes of headache in the occipital area (back of head) is tension, with muscles taut in neck pulling on muscles in back of head, but this often then extends to the lateral areas above the ears and then to the frontal area. There are many causes for headaches and if this becomes severe, frequent or persistent it would be a good idea to see a doctor and be evaluated. ...Read more
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