Doctor insights on:
Why Do I Have So Many Symptoms
Many causes: There are many causes for headaches. One common cause is not drinking enough water daily. You need 6-8 cups daily minimum. Another cause is drinking too much caffeine, alcohol or sugary drink, they too can dehydrate you and cause headaches. Another cause is taking headache medications like motrin daily. If you can correct these things and still have headaches see your doctor. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
What to do if I do not think I have the flu, but I do have some symptoms. What to do if I do not feel nauseous and i'm not vomiting. So i can eat alfredo pasta?
What to do if I had over that. but I do have high functioning autism, could that be why I feel so different?
Certainly, it is : frustrating, depressing & anxiety-provoking to know you have a problem with social communication & behaviors that seem "odd" to some, but you can't "fix" them without help. It means you're both smart & you have some degree of Theory of Mind, knowing that others may have a different point of view. See http://www.aapsa.net & autismsyracuse.com/linksresources/ to find funding & services. Good luck! ...Read more
Prioritize them: & begin dealing with them one by one. Take care. ...Read more
NOT good if melena: Dark-colored stools may result from iron supplements, foods you eat (like a lot of spinach), substances (like peptobismol), but most significantly suggests bleeding. When blood is denatured by acid in your stomach, as from ulcers, stools will turn tarry ("melena"). Blood may also be ingested from nose bleeds, bleeding gums. Stop any nsaid's you're taking & call your doctor right away 4 evaluation. ...Read more
Depends on cause: Fatigue is a symptom of dozens of medical and psychological conditions. It can be related to your sleeping habits, diet, and/or environment as well. It is recommended to consult your pcp to discern the cause of your fatigue. A proper history, examination, and ancillary lab tests can help determine the factors responsible. Then treatment strategies can be employed. Hope that helps! ...Read more
Pseudopregnancy: Quite uncommon & even more uncommon in women who have never had sex. Possible causes include very strong psychological wish to have a baby somehow initiates a response making body secrete hormones, or a primary inappropriate hormonal malfunction which causes: weight gain, belly to swell, interrupt periods, breasts to enlarge & become sore, . ...Read more
Consult with our doc: Have a discussion with your doctor and get the appropriate treatment. ...Read more
Urine test: A urine test (and culture) will help determine if you have a UTI. You do not have to have 'classic' symptoms with UTI's (urinary frequency, feeling the need to urinate often, discomfort with urinating). Other issues, such as diabetes (high sugar levels) and irritable bladder, will give you some similar symptoms. So, you may want to check with your doctor. ...Read more
How Do I Know Im Having Pregnancy Symptoms And Not Period Symptoms. What Symptoms Does They Have That Is Diffrent So I Wont Be Confused.. ?
How do I know if I have abdominal migraines? I have all the symptoms. If I do have it what is the worse that could happen? And how do I cope with it?
Never heard of it!: I have not heard about this term..Abdominal migraines! i assume you have some sort of pain in the belly. If you are concerned about what you might have, you need to go see your doctor and get tested. There is no reason to worry about something without knowing what it is. So go get a check up by your doctor soon.At your age it is unlikely to be anything serious, yet you must find out what is going. ...Read more
Migraine Physiology: Migraines are caused by inflammation affecting different structures in the head. When inflammation affects blood vessels, vascular features such as light, sound, movement and smell sensitivity occur. When inflammation affects nerve cells in the brain, auras and complex neurological symptoms occur. Several medications are useful for quick results. Lifestyle changes improve inflammation long term. ...Read more
I have chronic migraines and I have had neurologists tell me there is nothing they can do to help me. What do I do now?
See Osteopath: Imo, many migraineurs have chronically slightly tilted head, which can occur for variety of reasons. As a result, neck muscles on one side, side away from the tilt, become chronically spastic. In these cases efforts need to be made to relieve the chronic muscle spasm. Massage, acupuncture, yoga, relaxation therapies, and biofeedback can help. See an osteopath. Check ergonomics at your worksite. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
- Talk to a doctor live online for free
- Why am i having so many headaches?
- I have kleptomania and am depressed why do i have so many things wrong with me
- Why do i have to urinate so often?
- Ask a doctor a question free online
- Why do i have so much anxiety?
- Why do i have diarrhea so much?
- Why do i have diarrhea so often?
- Why do i have so much saliva?
- Why do i have so many cold sores?