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Flu

Also called: Influenza

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Diarrhea is not a symptom that is consistent with influenza. Influenza is a respiratory disease with fever (yes, it can be as high as 103) and...
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Not enough information....Rather than spend your time in self-diagnosis from the flu to reasons for your head pain (like sinusitis), it may be more...
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The quick answer to your question is: Yes, your family members can take Mucinex with Tamiflu (oseltamivir), assuming none of them are allergic to the...
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Influenza has absolutely nothing to do with Bells Palsy and having a history of Bells Palsy a year ago is not a contraindication for you to...
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Hi No just stay at home keep he warm give her hot drinks and just simple pain killers, keep her fluids up, if she's not eating don't worry...
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Since influenza (assuming this is what he had) only lasts about a week with the worst symptoms the first few days, she has exceeded this time...
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Could be signs of high and low blood sugars, poor circulation, and possibly hypertension. You  need to find a good doctor who will run the...
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Hi Why not just call your doctor first, just try sicking to the Ibuprofen for the next 24 hours, and take it from there.Good Luck
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Hi Yes I think you should be very concerned, any time you pass blood, either urine stools or with vomit, go and see your doctor, if not an ER, ASAP...
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Ibuprofen, taken over time, can cause a stomach bleed, but blood from the stomach will not show up bright red in the stool. It would be BLACK as tar...
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Sure I can help and I do know answer, but I suggest that you try and find it yourself rather than getting the answer from someone.  Just put...
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It is NOT the flu shot....especially two weeks later. Your hives are being caused by something else, so if your doctor doesn't have a clue, ask...
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Expired? How long expired?  My concern would be that you did not get this season's influenza strain, but last years. If this is the case...
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If your medical provider specifically prescribed a Z-pack for this particular illness, that yes, it is safe. Remember that an antibiotic only works...
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Unfortunately, I have no way of seeing those "red stripes" over the Internet to offer you a patient-specific answer. If you are concerned...
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