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Cold

Also called: Common Cold, Head Cold

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You cannot be blindly diagnosed over the Internet based solely on a list of vague symptoms. If you want to find out "what is wrong" with...
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Colds can set the stage for secondary (bacterial) infections, so yes...it would be wise to see your medical provider to be examined, diagnosed, and...
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Read my new Blog on Family Webicine on the new guidelines for treating ear infections in children.  Most children with middle ear problems...
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The flu (influenza) and the common cold are caused by different viruses. The flu is caused by infection with influenza viruses. The common cold is...
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Are you related to Mary Poppins?
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have you injured your neck in the past?  It sounds similar to cervical neuropathy.  Do a search, and see if the rest of the symptoms match...
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I guess that would be neurologically possible, but I can't say this would be a common response to a cold. Because of nerve pathways and the...
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It is more than likely due to your cold and not a major cause for concern. Use ear drops and see if that clears things up, if the symptom persists or...
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Also can nipple stimulation create elevated HCG or somehow else throw off a pregnancy test for a positive result or negative result? Being sick? Any...
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seems to be a sinus infection, maybe contact doctor about it if it persists.
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Yes, you can have sex when you have a cold, assuming your partner is willing to take the risk of sharing your cold, or the minor distraction...
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That is not uncommon. Colds are viral infections and most cases of bronchitis are viral as well. Some people who smoke are more likely to get a...
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if you r a female menopause and both male and female hormones
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Yes, this would be called VIRAL CONJUNCTIVITIS. However, when it is only affecting one eye with purulent discharge, I would be suspicious of a...
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My short answer to your question is this: I'd suggest you continue going to the doctor, but I'd go to a different doctor.Many conditions can...
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