WHAT are H1N3 symptoms?
My grandmother got H1N3 and ended up in the hospital the day after first showing signs of flu. The second day it escalated to double pneumonia and she was put on a ventilator in the ICU. She was in a drug induced coma for a few days then they weened her off. If she hadn't had her flu vaccine (the vaccine doesn't currently fight against H1N3 but still gives you some generic antibodies that help fight it) the infectious disease doctor said that she wouldn't have made it. It is now a week later and she is expected to get out of the hospital today or tomorrow. New version of H1N1...my friend has it :S she got the chills at started coughing up junk and got a fever
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Symptoms I have when ovulating are: slimy clear discharge and a twinge of pain in my lower abdomen every couple minutes for about a day.
A symptom is a sign of something, usually not good. For instance, a fever, runny nose, and sore throat may be a symptom of the flu. A loud knock may be a symptom that your en…gine has problems. Growling and snarling may be a symptom that your dog has aggression issues. In medical terms, a symptom is a subjective indication of a disease or other physical condition.\n \n For example, itchy eyes, sneezing, and swollen lips are some of the symptoms of an allergic reaction. In medical terms, a symptom is a subjective indication of a disease or other physical condition.\n \n Something that shows up or hints that something is different.
Sneezing, runny nose, watery eyes, and puffy face.
Variations, and here is why: This is a difficult and fun question to answer! Let's start with a definition of 'symptom', for the purposes of this discussion, to include bot…h objective signs and subjective symptoms. By that definition, then you could say that there are two types of symptoms: Those that are objective and those that are subjective measures of any alteration in normal bodily function and metabolism, or alteration in senses, sensations or mental functioning and status. So that could lead to a list of those two types of symptoms of symptoms that could (perhaps) be measured for change, which would include things such as: Objective: vital signs, labs for body chemistry and other lab or imaging studies and objective measures of the function of the sensory organs or mental status. Subjective: alteration in sensations or mental status that are subjectively quantified or described by the patient, or interpreted by another without objective criteria. . Therefore, one conclusion would be that the symptoms of symptoms are the presence of either: . Any deviation(s) from the norm in the measurable objective signs of any disorder or disease, or . Any perceived change(s) in mental status, communications, emotions, sensations, pain or function of the senses, as observed by the patient or by others in their presence. Finally, what follows then might be that the symptoms of symptoms are variations .
symptoms are nothing but any abnormal changes in our body conditions.
hydrophobia is also known as rabies. some early symptoms can include: . Mental depression - for a short period . Restlessness . Itching - around the bite site . Heada…che . Fever . Tiredness . Malaise . Nausea . Sore throat . Loss of appetite . Depression . Irritability . Stiff muscles . Pupil dilation . Increased saliva . Drooling . Sound sensitivity . Light sensitivity . Temperature sensitivity
No, a fever is not a symptom. Symptoms are subjective feelings that the patient experiences. Feeling hot would be a symptom. A sign is an objective observation, such as the …temperature of the person. If that temperature is above normal we call it a fever.
- social - o long term- harder to form relationships if a smoker, criteria for a partner is more likely to be 'non-smoker'. o Short term- separated from friends because of… non smoking laws, don't have as many friends - physical- o long term- wrinkles around the mouth, Emphysema o Short term - dizziness, acid in stomach - mental- o long term- tricks the mind into thinking that tobacco is a good thing, o Short term- Activity in the brain and nervous system stimulated and then reduced, mood swings
Fever, Weight Loss, Lumps On the Neck or face, Draining Sores Onthe Skin, Excess Sinus Drainage, Coughing, and Chest Pain.
a real bad stomach ache, nausa, fever, and vomiting
cancer is a good one. aids is good too.
Feeling cold, lightheadedness, dizziness, low amount of iron in blood (concerning what type of anemia it is)
Yes. When you vomit, your body is trying to rid itself of some sort of toxin. There are many differing reasons for vomiting - you could have eaten something that didn't agree …with you, the flu, pregnancy, etc. The frequency of vomiting is also a factor for determining what this symptom could mean.
Euphoria is an elevated sense of well being, lessened anxiety and the term sometimes indicated an unreasonable sense of well being.
It is a sub type of the influenza virus.