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Why Is There For No Reason Parts Of My Body When I Touch My Skin So Sore
Be seen: Is probably a viral syndrome. Regardless, be seen by his physician for an exam and diagnosis. ...Read more
Calf gets sore for no reason for a few days, then goes away, then returns a week later. Hurts to touch and feels like I worked out. Should I worry?
Why does a thin layer of skin peal off the inside of my mouth every time i eat? It's so sore... Mainly the bottom and roof of my mouth? Any reason why
I have sore body without any fever for last two days and have no urinary infection too .What could be the possible reason.kindly sugegest
Here are some ...: Known to us, our body is in its constant struggle to cope with internal & external change so we can survive and live well. Along such struggle for self-healing, its effectiveness may be up or down but toward eventual aging and demise of life. Feeling sore here & there usually resulting from either viral invasion or autoimmune disorders from unknown causes. So, short-term ups & downs is ok but if.. ...Read more
Small sore like pieces of skin on my labia Majora, slight discomfort. Not usually there just once in a blue moon. Usually one not multiple. Reasoning?
Sudden entire body severe shaking & feel very cold for no reason or triggers. Have to warm up with clothes/covers & take nap. I awaken fatigued.& sore?
I don't know: You seem to have a few health problems and a few medications. I think the best person to help you with this perceptual problem is your neurologist ...Read more
My partner has a deep red / purple bruise like rash on her hip. It's not sore & the skin isn't broken. Is there a medical reason for this?
Bruise : Could be from local injury if solitary spot. ...Read more
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