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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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Hi I think your find if you have a cold or as your saying chest problems, they will say no.But it would be best if you get in touch with your...
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Hi, Any discharge from the vagina, you should go see your doctor, it would be best for you.Good Luck
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Fevers are common in young babies and can usually be easily resolved with proper medical diagnosis of their cause and appropriate treatment...
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I am sorry for ear hurting. I've had earaches and know how painful they can be. Treatment of an earache is dependent on its cause. Did...
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A fever is the body's way of fighting-off illness and infections. The normal adult temperature has been programed into our minds as being 98.6...
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Hi Sounds like somebody has tonsillitis, I would get her to her doctor ASAPGood Luck
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I should also add that my temperature runs low - I am usually 97.6 so a fever of 100 is significant.
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