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Abdominal distention
Any enlargement of the abdomen (i.e. "belly", "stomach area"); abdomen may feel tight, swollen, hard, or bloated
Abdominal pain
Sensation of discomfort, distress, or agony in the abdominal region; generally associated with functional disorders, tissue injuries, or diseases.
Abnormal appearing skin
Any change in the skin, including color change, texture change, bumps or blisters, peeling, easy bruising, scaling, etc.
Abnormal appearing tongue
Any changes to the tongue's appearance, including change in color (e.g. white patches on tongue, red tongue) or texture (e.g. rough appearing tongue)
Abnormal appetite
Any change in the desire to eat; appetite may be increased or decreased, or you may have cravings for unusual foods or objects (such as ice or dirt)
Abnormal body temperature
A significant increase or decrease in body temperature; when measured with an oral thermometer, a temperature above 100.4°F (38°C) or below 95°F (35°C) is considered abnormal
Abnormal breathing sounds
Any new sounds heard when breathing in or out, including wheezing (high pitched whistling), clicking, crackling, rattling, bubbling, or stridor (a harsh, vibrating sound)
Abnormal color of lips
Any change in the natural color of the lips, including paleness, blue tint, redness or irritation, or areas of white plaques overlying skin
Abnormal eye appearance
Any change in the appearance of the eyeball itself or the eye socket; or any changes in vision or strange objects in your visual field
Abnormal growth or development
Any unusually delayed or early signs of development in a child, including height, weight, signs of puberty (periods, pubic hair, breast development), speech, crawling/walking, socializing, etc.
Abnormal involuntary movements
Regularly making movements that are unwanted but difficult to stop, such as sudden jerks, twisting or squirming of the hands, tensing of the muscles, shaking, twitching, grimacing, or lip smacking
Abnormal movement of eyelid
Any new changes in eyelid movement, including non-purposeful spasms or twitching, loss of ability to move the eyelids, drooping eyelids, etc.
Abnormal pulse
Abnormal size or shape of ear
A major change in the shape of the ears compared to the average shape of ears; may be born with it (e.g. abnormally small ears) or acquire it later (e.g. piece of ear cut off)
Abnormal sputum
Unusual appearing sputum (i.e. phlegm) produced when coughing or from runny nose (sputum is normally clear or straw colored and sticky); may be green, blood-tinged, foul smelling, etc.
Abnormal urine
Any change in the color, smell, or consistency of urine (e.g. red or bloody, dark yellow or brown, foul or sweet smelling, watery, containing mucus or blood clots, etc.)
Absence of menstruation
Either never having a menstrual period (i.e. the period) in a girl over the age of 15 or missing a period for 3 months in a row after having had a regular period for the previous 9 months in a row
Abusing alcohol
Continuing to drink alcohol despite it causing problems in your life (e.g. arrests, problems in your career or relationships, health)
Ache all over
Pain or discomfort across most of the body, often described as "throbbing" or "aching" of the muscles, or generally feeling "fatigued" or "tired"
Acne or pimples
Skin condition occurring in all ages, appearing as raised, oily red bumps, sometimes with scaling, whiteheads, or blackheads; typically on the face, upper chest, or back
Allergic reaction
The immune system abnormally responding to something you ate, touched, or were bitten by; typically appears as skin rash, runny nose, itchiness, red or swollen eyes, throat swelling, etc.
Ankle cramps or spasms
A sudden, non-purposeful tensing of muscles in the ankles that lasts a short period of time and then goes away, sometimes leading to brief but severe pain
Ankle lump or mass
Any abnormal collection of tissue originating from the ankle; may appear as a defined lump inside of the ankle when pressing down, or one ankle appearing bigger than the other
Ankle pain
An unpleasant feeling or discomfort (e.g. throbbing, sharp, achy) felt where the leg meets the foot; often worse when walking
Ankle stiffness or tightness
Either pain when moving or inability to move ankles to the normal degree in all the usual directions of movement
Ankle swelling
Enlargement of the ankle joint due to fluid buildup; the area may be red, warm, throbbing, or pressure-like; swelling may be inside the ankle joint or in the surrounding tissues
Ankle symptoms
Any new change in feeling or function of the ankle, including pain or soreness, weakness, visible bleeding in the joint, numbness, tingling, swelling, redness, itching, warmth, etc.
Ankle weakness
A recent decrease in muscle strength or feeling of instability in the ankles; often noticed as the ankle suddenly "giving way" when walking or getting up
Antisocial behavior
Recurrently acting in a way that lacks consideration for other people or society, either intentionally or negligently; includes breaking the law, lying, stealing, manipulating others, disregarding others' safety, not showing remorse
Anxiety and nervousness
Overly intense feeling of worry, nervousness, or unease, often described as "feeling trapped." May cause other symptoms, like sweating, irritability, sleep problems, nausea, or trouble breathing
Apnea
A short period of not breathing on your own, often occurring during sleep and causing you to wake up gasping for air
Apraxia
Loss of ability to perform certain organized, purposeful movements, despite full muscle strength and desire to carry them out; examples include difficulty forming words, dressing, tapping fingers, grasping objects, or opening eyelids
Arm cramps or spasms
A sudden, non-purposeful tensing of muscles in the arms that lasts a short period of time and then goes away, sometimes leading to brief but severe pain
Arm lump or mass
Any abnormal collection of tissue originating from the arm; may appear as a defined lump inside of the arm when pressing down, or one arm appearing bigger than the other
Arm pain
An unpleasant feeling or discomfort (e.g. throbbing, sharp, achy) felt above the wrist and below the shoulder
Arm stiffness or tightness
Either pain when moving or inability to move the arms to the normal degree in all the usual directions of movement
Arm swelling
Swelling under the skin of the arms, wrists, or hands; area may be red, warm, or throbbing; skin may feel stretched and a white imprint may remain temporarily when the skin is pressed down upon
Arm symptoms
Any new change in feeling or function of the upper limbs (from shoulder to wrist), including pain or soreness, weakness, numbness, tingling, misshapenness, enlargement, swelling, redness, itching, warmth, etc.
Arm weakness
A recent decrease or lack of muscle strength in the arm or arms. Often noticed when lifting, pulling, or pushing objects
Back cramps or spasms
A sudden, non-purposeful tensing of muscles in the back that lasts a short period of time and then goes away, sometimes leading to brief but severe pain
Back mass or lump
Any abnormal collection of tissue originating from the back; may appear as a defined lump inside of the back when pressing down, or one side of the back appearing bigger than the other
Back pain
An unpleasant feeling or discomfort (e.g. pounding, pressure, throbbing, sharp, piercing, achy) felt anywhere on the back from the shoulders to the buttocks
Back stiffness or tightness
Either pain when moving or inability to move the back to the normal degree in all the usual directions of movement
Back swelling
Increased size of all or part of the back; may be due to swelling of the skin (may feel tight, red, warm, or throbbing) or the spine (enlargement of spinal joints), or from lumps inside of the back felt when pressing down
Back symptoms
Any new change in feeling or function of the back (from shoulders to buttocks), including pain or soreness, weakness, spasms, cramps, numbness, tingling, swelling, redness, itching, warmth, etc.
Back weakness
A recent decrease in muscle strength in the back; may be noticed as tiring out when sitting or standing up straight or difficulty doing pull-ups
Bedwetting
Non-purposeful urination while sleeping after age 6 or 7 or after a sustained period of not wetting the bed
Behavioral disturbances
An unexplained change in a person's normal behavior, such as unusual outbursts, not performing usual responsibilities, hallucinations, depression, wandering around lost, aggression, confusion, etc.
Bladder mass
Abnormal collection of tissue originating from the bladder; may sometimes be felt as a lump when pressing externally on the lower belly or internally through the rectum or vagina
Bladder symptoms
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