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You need a diagnosis first....not something that I can provide for you blindly over the Internet. Unless the true nature of this "hard...
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An accurate diagnosis is not made by symptoms alone. Without knowing your medical history and have the ability to examine you first-hand, there is...
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Not usually. Swimmer's ear (otitis externa) typically causes inflammation only in the ear canal. Fever is usually associated with more systemic...
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Hi, May sound silly could be just trapped wind, it can do this, gives great pain all around the torso at times.Try some very strong mints or some...
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Have another blood test....a hepatitis panel (testing for type A, B, and C) and a liver function panel. Once you are positive for one type of...
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To answer your question directly, I would not take more than the maximum daily recommended dose of any product containing acetaminophen for more than...
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My son is Eleven years old. When He was 9 years old, He did experience some pain in joints. Specially in his knees. It swelled sometimes. We did test...
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You are not describing herpes, and yes, these very painful ulcers can involve your tonsils. A white spot may simply be a tonsillith (tonsil stone), a...
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Pink eye, itself, should not cause a fever, but some forms of conjunctivitis are VIRAL and are part of a larger array of many cold-like symptoms. In...
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Try the BRAT diet, if you have not already.  It's strictly Banana, Rice, Apple sauce (not sweetened), and Toast (dry).  DO NOT CHEAT...
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A child can have a mild fever with inflammation, and allergies can certainly cause inflammation. It would be highly unlikely for an adult with a...
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Antibiotics can be a cause of liver damage. Fatigue and a low grade fever can be a symptoms of a liver disorder. Were you given possible reasons...
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That low-grade fever is nothing to be alarmed about. Since some types of pink eye (conjunctivitis) is related to viruses, like cold viruses, there...
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