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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 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 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 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 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 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.)
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 stiffness or tightness
Either pain when moving or inability to move ankles to the normal degree in all the usual directions of movement
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
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
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 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
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
Bleeding gums
Any bleeding coming from the gums (soft tissue surrounding teeth), either in large quantities or noticed after spitting out water following flossing or brushing teeth
Bleeding skin mole
Any bleeding coming from a mole (a small growth on the skin, usually pink, tan, or brown, with a distinct edge)
Bowlegged or knock-kneed
Condition in which, when attempting to stand straight with the ankles touching, either the knees point inwards and touch each other, or the legs bow outwards away from each other
Breathing problems
Dyspnea (/dɪspˈniːə/ disp-NEE-ə; also dyspnoea; Latin: dyspnoea; Greek: δύσπνοια, dýspnoia), shortness of breath (SOB), or air hunger, is the subjective symptom of breathlessness.
Cloudy eye
Loss of transparency of the colored portion of the eyeball; may appear as a hazy, cloudy, or smudged appearance of the colored portion of the eyeball
Cross-eyed
The eyes not being aligned with each other when looking at an object (one eye may be looking at the object while the other eye may be aiming somewhere else); may cause double vision
Discharge in stools
Any fluid in the stool that is not feces or blood (e.g. mucus, pus, sticky light colored material)
Dry lips
A condition in which the skin of the lips loses moisture and begins to crack, flake, or peel; common symptoms include: lips feeling tight, lips cracking, burning or pain, etc.
Dyslexia
Difficulty with learning to read or write despite normal intelligence; examples include reading words in the wrong order, skipping prepositions when reading, adding or deleting letters when spelling, mispronouncing words, etc.
Early or late onset of menopause
A complete stop to menstruation (i.e. "the period") for an entire year occurring before age 40 or having not occurred by age 60
Elbow cramps or spasms
A sudden, non-purposeful tensing of muscles in the elbows that lasts a short period of time and then goes away, sometimes leading to brief but severe pain
Elbow lump or mass
Any abnormal collection of tissue originating from the elbow; may appear as a defined lump inside of the elbow when pressing down, or one elbow appearing bigger than the other
Elbow stiffness or tightness
Either pain when moving or inability to move elbows to the normal degree in all the usual directions of movement
Elbow weakness
A recent decrease in muscle strength in the elbow; may be noticed as tiring out when flexing or unflexing the arm at the elbow, often during activities like tennis or golf
Emotional symptoms
Any recent change in emotional state, including mood swings, decreased mood or depression, elevated mood or euphoria, anger or irritation, etc.
Enlarged prostate
Enlargement of the prostate (internal sexual structure in men) often presents as weak urinary stream, frequent urge to urinate, difficulty starting urination or frequent starts and stops while urinating, and/or dribbling at the end of urination
Excessive growth
Any unusual or exaggerated increase in height in a child or young adult
Excessive masturbation
Preoccupation with masturbation that interferes with your life (e.g. work or relationships); signs include masturbating numerous times in a row as escape from life, avoiding sex with your partner to masturbate, regularly skipping out on responsibilities to masturbate, etc.
Eye deviation
The eyes not being aligned with each other when looking at an object (one eye may be looking at the object while the other eye may be looking somewhere else); may cause double vision
Eyelid retracted
The upper or lower eyelids moving further upwards or downwards, respectively, leading to an increased visibility of the eyeball itself (may be noticed as the whites of the eyes being increasingly visible above and below the colored portion)
Eye protrusion
Forward bulging of one or both eyeballs from the eye socket
Eye strain
Feeling of tired or sore eyes after extensive use (e.g. reading, driving, or working on a computer); symptoms include watery or dry eyes, blurred vision, light sensitivity, and difficulty focusing
Eye symptoms
Feeling hot and cold
Feeling of alternating coldness and warmness felt throughout the body despite outside temperature being mild
Feet turned in
Condition in which the feet and toes point inwards (towards each other) when walking (rather than pointing straight)
Fluid abnormality
Foot or toe cramps or spasms
A sudden, non-purposeful tensing of muscles in the foot or toe that lasts a short period of time and then goes away, sometimes leading to brief but severe pain
Foot or toe stiffness or tightness
Either pain when moving or inability to move the foot or toes to the normal degree in all the usual directions of movement
Foot or toe weakness
A recent decrease or lack of muscle strength in the foot or toes; often noticed when stepping on tip toes, pressing down on a gas pedal, or tripping when walking
Frequent menstruation
Menstrual cycles (i.e. "the period") lasting less than 21 days between the first day of bleeding for one cycle to the first day of bleeding of the next cycle
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