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  • Answer: The extremities, hands or feet, can be cool to touch. Dizziness can occur when the child rises from the lying to sitting position and/or from the sitting to standing position. In more extreme cases, the heart will attempt to compensate for the decrease in pressure by increasing rate. Loss of consciousness, blurred vision, disorientation, dry mouth, color change in the extremities all can occur in more extreme cases. Call your doctor if you are concerned. Call 911 if you have an emergency. Jesus is the light.
  • Answer: Sometimes a kidney stone can give off the same symptoms such as burning and pain. Also you can have a bladder infection as well that can also present some of the same symptoms.
  • Answer: Burning sensation during urination, frequent urination, blood in urine.
  • Answer: The following are the symptoms for BPH:
    • Difficulty in starting a urine stream
    • Feeling of wanting to urinate frequently
    • A strong or sudden urge to urinate
    • A weak or slow urine stream
    • A weak bladder
    • Bladder and kidney infections due to urine backflow
    • Complete block in the flow of urine

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  • Answer: Urinary Tract Infection symptoms can vary by case, but usually it is characterized by burning when urinating. Many people complain that they feel the need to urinate quite frequently, but little or no urination will come out. Many feel pressure on the bladder and men can sometimes feel what is described as a "fullness" in their rectum. During a UTI, urine often appears foggy, darker and sometimes even bloody. If someone experiences a fever during a UTI, it probably means that the infection has gotten into the kidneys.
  • Answer: Hepatitis is liver enlargement from any type of hepatitiis whichcauses discomfort or full pain and tenderness in the right upperquadrant. Associated signs and symptoms may include dark urine,clay-colored stools, nausea, vomiting, anorexia, jaundice, malaise,and pruritus.
  • Answer: burning on urination, pain that may radiate through the bladder and lower abdomen., sometimes mucus in the urine. frequent urination of small amouts. Lower back pain and fever may be present. Need to start drinking a lot of water and other fluids to flush out the infection. Cranberry juice is a classic due to the acidity.
  • Answer: Going from smooth idle to accelerated idle without touching the pedal cutting out spluttering irratical dash panel. Turn it off for awhile then everything seems to be ok for a little bit then problems repeat themselves. Just to name a few. Also everything checks out good when you hook it up to a computer for a diagnosis.
  • Answer: sometimes you may experience breast sorness, vaginal pains, stomach pains, lower back pains and few others.
  • Answer: Some symptoms of Neuroblastoma are bone pain, easy bruising and bleeding, fatigue, dark circles around the eyes, severe watery diarrea, jerkey muscle movements, petechiae, uncontrolled eye movement, and swelling of the legs, ankles or feet. I hope i helped :)
  • Answer: Onychatrophia is a condition that can affect both fingernails andtoenails. Symptoms include the nail shrinking, pus formation, oddnail shape, discoloration, and eventually the nail falling offcompletely.
  • Answer: Personally I have a slightly raised tempreature and some clear fluis discharge oh and a slight period type pain :)
  • Answer: 1. Jaundice

    2. Mild Fever

    3. Abdominal Pain - located in the liver region.

    4. Fatigue

    5. Diarrhea in some people, Constipation in others.

     Signs and symptoms of Hepatitis B
    Acute infection with hepatitis B virus is associated with acute viral hepatitis - an illness that begins with general ill-health, loss of appetite, nausea, vomiting, body aches, mild fever, and dark urine, and then progresses to development of jaundice. It has been noted that itchy skin has been an indication as a possible symptom of all hepatitis virus types. The illness lasts for a few weeks and then gradually improves in most affected people. A few people may have more severe liver disease (fulminant hepatic failure), and may die as a result. The infection may be entirely asymptomatic and may go unrecognized.
    Chronic infection with hepatitis B virus either may be asymptomatic or may be associated with a chronic inflammation of the liver (chronic hepatitis), leading to cirrhosis over a period of several years. This type of infection dramatically increases the incidence of hepatocellular carcinoma (liver cancer). Chronic carriers are encouraged to avoid consuming alcohol as it increases their risk for cirrhosis and liver cancer. Hepatitis B virus has been linked to the development of Membranous glomerulonephritis (MGN).
    Symptoms outside of the liver are present in 1-10% of HBV-infected people and include serum-sickness-like syndrome, acute necrotizing vasculitis (polyarteritis nodosa), membranous glomerulonephritis, and papular acrodermatitis of childhood (Gianotti-Crosti syndrome) The serum-sickness-like syndrome occurs in the setting of acute hepatitis B, often preceding the onset of jaundice. The clinical features are fever, skin rash, and polyarteritis. The symptoms often subside shortly after the onset of jaundice, but can persist throughout the duration of acute hepatitis B. About 30-50% of people with acute necrotizing vasculitis (polyarteritis nodosa) are HBV carriers. HBV-associated nephropathy has been described in adults but is more common in children. Membranous glomerulonephritis is the most common form. Other immune-mediated hematological disorders, such as essential mixed cryoglobulinemia and aplastic anemia.
  • Answer: Symptoms of bloodborne pathogens include stomach problems, flu likesymptoms, fatigue, and weight loss. HIV and malaria are bloodbornepathogens.
  • Answer: In the language of the lay public, symptoms are outwardsigns or described sensations attributed to a disease or disorderafter examination by a health care professional. These indicationsof disease or disorders will vary depending on the disease and bodysystems affected and the individuals involved.

    In medical terminology, symptoms are thesubjective indications (what a patient feels andexperiences, e.g. pain, nausea, dizziness, etc.) that there may bea problem; while measurable and observationalobjective changes in body chemistry or functionsare called signs (bleeding, elevated blood pressure, hightemperature, blood chemistry changes, etc).

    Most diseases and disorders initially manifest with outwardsigns, such as: abnormal findings on lab studies or X-raysand other imaging technologies; abnormal observed changes inbreathing rate and other measurable vital signs (i.e., bloodpressure, breathing, pulse, temperature); and, abnormalities orsignificant changes from the baseline, i.e., usual state, etc.

    Other diseases manifest first with only symptoms reportedby the patient. These are what a patient feels or experiences (asexplained above) and include things like depression, anxiety,changes in sleep patterns, different eating habits, nausea,vomiting, pain, dizziness, etc.

    Probably the most common manifestations of a problem include acombination of both signs and symptoms.

Symptoms of luekemia?

  • There are several signs of leukemia. These include swollen lymphnodes, fevers, night sweats, frequent infections, as well asfeeling tired.

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  • Answer: Common symptoms of leukemia include: fatigue, pallor, easy bruising, bleeding gums, bloody noses, and susceptibility to infection.
  • Answer: There are several signs of leukemia. These include swollen lymphnodes, fevers, night sweats, frequent infections, as well asfeeling tired.
  • Answer: Leukemia by definition is cancer of the blood or bone marrow, so you "get" it in your blood or bone marrow.
  • Answer: No, it is a form of blood cancer. However, certain things, in theory, increase your risk of developing it.
  • Answer: you are able to cure it if you have the right treatment
  • Answer: Bone marrow cells mutate faster than the body can get rid of them until cancerous tissue is formed, no more white blood cells are produced
  • Answer: yeah, you can survive luekemia. as long as the treatment works. but in many cases, the treatments do work. so yes you can survive luekemia.
  • Answer: You may have an infection if you have any of these symptoms:
    • You feel pain or burning when you urinate.
    • You feel like you have to urinate often, but not much urinecomes out when you do.
    • Your belly feels tender or heavy.
    • Your urine is cloudy or smells bad.
    • You have pain on your back under your ribs. This is where yourkidneys are.
    • You have fever and chills.
    • You have nausea and vomiting.

  • Answer: Severe on and off abdominal pain, need to pass urine all the time and when you go its simply drops, change in color of urine probably yellow-green and pain when passing urine.
  • Answer: you get wrinkly ballz and you get the urge to do a dance without your clothes on.
  • Answer: Reflex sympathetic dystrophy (RSD) is characterized by a group of symptoms including pain (often "burning" type), tenderness, and swelling of an extremity associated with varying degrees of sweating, warmth and/or coolness, flushing, discoloration, and shiny skin
  • Answer: The symptoms of a UTI include a persistent urge to urinate or aburning sensation during urination. Antibiotics and drinkingcranberry juice can help to alleviate these symptoms.
  • Answer: Eventually, yes, as your body attacks the bacteria that caused the UTI, it will get better -- just takes a while. However, you can speed up the process by taking an antibiotic or, if you want to avoid medications, you can increase the acidity in the body by drinking cranberry juice -- the 100% juice, not the cocktail juice. I think Juicy Juice and Ocean Spray are the only ones that have a 100% cranberry juice out there.