Have night sweats and hip hurts?

Need more info. Sounds like you should see your local family physician. You may need a rather extensive evaluation with thorough history, physical and labs and imaging studies. This may be precipitous of me, but have seen too many patients wait with symptoms like this only to show up critically ill. Hope you get better soon.
Night sweats/ hip. Night sweats associated to hip pain should rule out the possibility of osteomyelitis in the bone or joint. If they are not related then causes of night sweats are...Endocarditis, lymphomas, tuberculosis, infections, blood parasites, collagen vascular disorders, tumors and more.

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Lymphoma? The symptoms you report are important and you need to have something done about it. You can go back to your doctor for further evaluation or make an appointment with another doctor for evaluation and management. Read more...
DDx. Sounds like a systemic inflammatory illness. While lymphoma is a possibility so are many other diseases. You need a history, physical exam, and likely lab and imaging tests to help evaluate the differential diagnosis (DDx). Read more...

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Comorbidity. You have a few medical conditions existing simultaneously, but independently and should address them separately. For bleeding gums see your dentist. For the rest of complaints see your pcp for comprehensive examination and proper management. Do not forget to mention level of stress, anxiety and depression. Read more...

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?cause of Pain. We need to find the cause of your pains first. These pain medicines are not likely to be the cause of your neutropenia. I suggest you repeat your CBC and if it is low WBC count, then you need to see a hematologist. A bone marrow examination may be indicated in case you have persistent neutropenia. Read more...
Possibly. Your symptoms are not necessarily indicative of leukemia and may be caused by other clinical situations; however, prolonged bone pain in a young individual is a reason for concern and should be investigated. Consulting with your physician and performing several laboratory tests including a CBC is recommended. Read more...

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Unsure. Ct is not the best way to image the female pelvis. This could be normal for you or there may be something abnormal. I would recommend a pelvic ultrasound and physical exam to make sure everything is okay. Read more...

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See Dr ASAP. Health Tap is not meant to try and diagnoses complicated illnesses with multiple symptoms. Please don't try to diagnose your condition on line, it will only confuse and frighten you. If you want to find out what is wrong you must see a Dr. for a careful medical history and examination. Delay in seeing a physician may serious consequences. Good luck. I hope you get well soon. Read more...
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