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The prognosis of viral hepatitis for most patients is good. Symptoms of viral hepatitis such as fatigue, poor appetite, nausea, and jaundice usually...
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In general, you should consult your doctor if you think you have a bacterial or viral infection. Exceptions include the common cold, which is usually...
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Viral vaginitis is a form of vaginitis (infection or inflammation of the vagina) caused by viral infection. One form caused by the herpes simplex...
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No, the color of mucous does not automatically assume that something is viral, bacterial, or allergic....it is just a clue. In most cases, green...
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You are correct. Levoquin is an antibiotic and antibiotics do not work for viruses.The diagnosis of "viral bronchitis" is usually based...
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Viral meningitis is more common and usually less serious. It tends to occur more often in the summer and fall. Because of its flu-like symptoms, many...
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It doesn't. A stomach virus infection can occur anytime...day or night. It just happened to show up at night in YOU.
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Yes, a person can have a gastointestinal virus without vomiting or diarrhea, but those symptoms are typically the things you get. If you had this...
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Coxsackie viruses are separable into two groups, A and B, which are based on their effects on newborn mice (Coxsackie A results in muscle injury...
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Infection usually is spread by fecal-oral contamination, although occasionally the virus is spread by droplets expelled by infected individuals...
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Viruses only last a week, but it is possible to get back-to-back viral infections that...
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Viruses are the most common cause of throat infection in children and in adults. Many types of viruses are known to cause throat infection, and their...
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There are no specific dietary requirements for a person with viral pharyngitis, a self...
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No, drinking lemon juice will NOT prevent a stomach virus. The citric acid on lemons can damage teeth if you eat them excessively, but in moderation...
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I don't know, my unlucky friend. There are over TWO HUNDRED different viruses that have the potential of causing viral pharyngitis. You had one...