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Hi, Hey a nice warm bath is relaxing anytime, and yes it will help soothe any pain you have try chucking a couple of handfuls of sea salt in, it will...
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Many rashes look similar to measles, but a vaccinated child at age 12 months should not be contracting measles, unless there was a confirmed, direct...
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Yes,if it is something simple great.but if it is the beginning of something more serious earlier intervention will save you stress and her suffering.
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Honestly, the only way to diagnose strep is through a lab test. Even if all the signs (like throat redness) and symptoms (like soreness) are there...
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I recently had similar pain.  Turned out it was my gallbladder. I had severe pain for 26 hours.  I was referred to a clinic for an...
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Allergy to milk products would not cause a high fever, but you can ask for a MILK IGA -- a blood test to look from milk allergies. Many people have...
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Hi Yes you can either go sit in the sun, naked if you can, no sun creams or oils, just O natural, the sun reacts with you blood gets turned into...
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I am very sorry, but we do not know anything about your grandson....not even his age. Headaches and fever are very non-specific symptoms and could be...
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Hi Sorry but if that was my child, now would be the time for a doctor call, the fever could something that needs attention now.Good Luck
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??? Fever in a child (not sure what age) does not cause stunted growth, so I am unclear as to the medical justification of the x-ray, unless the...
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The most common cause of sore throat is a virus, and most will last about a week, unless of course, you are developing a particularly nasty viral...
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You need to schedule an appointment with a GI immediately.  Could be some kind of stomach ulcer.
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Otorrhea (fluid leaking from the ear) is most likely from a ruptured eardrum (not as serious as it sounds), but of course, this is just a guess...
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Hi, There is no absolutely right or wrong reading for PSA. The level can be raised in several conditions other than prostate cancer. The reading also...
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Sorry to hear you're going through this. No fun!Assuming you're not allergic to ibuprofen (Advil) and you're not taking any other non...
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