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What is the first symptom in teenagers for asthma?

A: Asthma is caused by inflammation in the airways. When an asthma attack occurs, the muscles surrounding the airways become tight and the lining of the air passages swell. This reduces the amount of air that can pass by, and can lead to wheezing sounds. Most people with asthma have wheezing attacks separated by symptom-free periods. Some patients have long-term shortness of breath with episodes of increased shortness of breath. Still, in others, a cough may be the main symptom. Asthma attacks can last minutes to days and can become dangerous if the airflow becomes severely restricted. In sensitive individuals, asthma symptoms can be triggered by breathing in allergy-causing substances (called allergens or triggers). Triggers include pet dander, dust mites, cockroach...


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What are Some Ovarian Cyst symptoms?

A: There are many things that may indicate you have an ovarian cyst, yet ovarian cyst symptoms are not always present. Some women have an occasional cyst without being aware of it, if these cysts are small they may recess without pain or problem. Ovarian cyst symptoms can sometimes be difficult to recognize because they may be similar to symptoms of other conditions involving the abdomen, like appendicitis. Other conditions affect the reproductive system and have symptoms similar to an ovarian cyst. These conditions include ectopic pregnancy, endometriosis, cancer of the ovaries and pelvic inflammatory disease. Ovarian cyst symptoms may be present to greater or lesser...
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What are the symptoms of peptic ulcers disease?

A: Acid eructation, Burning sensation in the chest,spasmodic pain in the upper abdomen and nausea and vomitting.Sense of fullness in the stomach. burning sensation in the stomach...very localised, especially at lunch time Flatulence... An ulcer can result when the stomach produces excess acid or there is insufficient mucus to protect the lining from damage. There are several factors that increase a person''s risk of getting a peptic ulcer. Some people with peptic ulcers have no symptoms. However, many people have abdominal pain, usually just below the chestbone. A gastric ulcer typically causes a sharp pain in the stomach soon after eating, whereas the pain of a duodenal ulcer is typically relieved by eating, or by drinking milk. Other

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What Are the symptoms of Anemia in Pregnancy?

A: The symptoms of anemia in pregnancy can range from none at all to severe. As the condition progresses, those affected by the condition may begin to notice fatigue, weakness, and headache. Other symptoms of anemia in pregnancy include cold hands and feet, pale skin, chest pain, and irritability.. Anemia is diagnosed when a woman has a low level of red blood cells. During pregnancy, this is especially concerning because red blood cells help transport oxygen to both the mother and the developing fetus. Testing is usually completed throughout the pregnancy to check for anemia.. There are various causes of the development of anemia in pregnancy. For pregnant women, low iron levels are the leading cause of anemia. Other causes include illness and...


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What are the symptoms of Asthma?

A: Asthma is a disease that causes inflammatory disorder of the airways, as it results in shortness of breath, tightness of chest and also results in coughing. Asthma is a common disease that is generally characterized by variable and recurring symptoms, it also results in reversible airflow obstruction and also bronchospasm. The symptoms of this disease are: Cough with sputum production. Pulling of the skin between breathing The shortness of breath is more often felt with the exercise and daily activity, Wheezing comes in episodes and it gets worsen during the night or in the early morning, sometimes it goes away on its own, It also gets better when you use drug that opens the airways, it gets worse when you breath in cold air, Wheezing also...


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What are the symptoms of heart disease? How will I know if I have it?

A: I''m assuming that you''re asking about heart attack symptoms. You might be interested in reading the interview: ''How Does It Really Feel To Have A Heart Attack? Women Survivors Tell Their Stories'' at: http://myheartsisters.org/2009/08/14/how-does-it-feel/ Mayo Clinic cardiologists at the Mayo Women''s Heart Clinic advise that all pain or discomfort ''between neck and navel'' that comes on with exertion and goes away with rest shold be considered cardiac unless proven otherwise. symptoms for men and for women can be similar - discomfort in the chest, back, arms, shoulders, jaw, nausea, clammy sweating, shortness of breath, crushing fatigue - but women''s heart attack symptoms are often more vague, with more...


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Help, dad on weird medacin going through symptoms!...?

A: Call the prescribing Doctor or the emergency Room. They can tell you if he needs medical attention. you should call the pharmacy immediatly, i mean asap. he could b having an allergic reaction make sure he can breath call the pharmacy and or 911 or the hospital, just get help and MAKE SURE HE CAN BREATHE OKAY!!!! stay calm though Read on the bottle of medication for your Dad''s Doctor and call him....You will more than likely get his answering service, tell them you need to speak with the Dr listed on the bottle....they will call the Dr and then the Dr will call you back. Explain EVERYTHING that is going on with your dad when the Dr calls you back.. I hope he is okay and Good luck! http://www.hepcsurvivalguide.org/comboguide.htm save this in your favorites..a...


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Should he go to emergency room or wait (85% blockage in cornonary artery)?

A: They will not do the surgery in the emergency room. Find him another doctor. There are doctors in cases like yours that will take payments, so will the hospital. GO TO THE ER NOW he definetly need to get something done take him to the emergency room. i hope he gets surgery and he livest out the rest of life in peace If it was me, I would; just to get a professional medical opinion. Take him to the ER asap. Tell them he has been having chest pains and they should prioritize him high on the list. They will probably admit him when they determine he has such a high level of blockage. Then you need to find him a new doctor and get rid of the quack who keeps cancelling appointments. Sometimes it is necessary but 3 times in a row is ridiculous,...


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What Is a Hypertensive emergency?

A: A hypertensive emergency occurs when blood pressure levels become so high that organ damage or a stroke may occur. It is imperative that the patient`s blood pressure is brought down to a safe level in order to prevent possible life-threatening complications. Possible symptoms of a hypertensive emergency include chest pain, shortness of breath, or headaches. The patient will usually be hospitalized and given medications through an IV in an effort to reduce blood pressure levels and prevent severe complications. Any time a hypertensive emergency is suspected, immediate medical attention should be attained so that a proper diagnosis can be made and an individualized treatment plan can be...


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What is an ER emergency?

A: i don,t think ER dr knows themselfs its aimost a waste of time going to e r ,unless heart atacks,broken bones or need stiches,or in labor I have learned the hard way with my two year old son, that you need to find the right ER. We live in a small town so we have to drive 20 minutes to get anywhere. SO, we found four ER''s within a 20-35 minute drive. We have slowly went to each one when he has been very very ill. Finally we found one that specialized in children''s ER, and they have quick service and seperate areas for children and adults. They take the time to actually be with the patients and they give lots of great advise. We have to drive a little farther, but in the middle of the night with a dehydrated child, the extra 13 minutes is worth it for his sake. you obviously had no option...


 
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