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Vaginal itching
A feeling or urge, that does not go away, to scratch or rub either inside of the vagina or the area surrounding the vagina (the vulva, also called the "vaginal lips")
Vaginal pain
An unpleasant feeling or discomfort (e.g. throbbing, sharp, achy) felt either inside of the vagina or in the area surrounding the vagina (i.e. the vulva, also called the "vaginal lips")
Vaginal redness
An appearance of redness either inside of the vagina or the area surrounding the vagina (the vulva, also called the "vaginal lips")
Vaginal symptoms
Any new change in feeling or function of the vagina, including redness, discharge or oozing, itchiness, swelling, pain, dryness, bulging, blisters or warts
Visual disturbance
Any recent change in normal sight, including double vision, blurred vision, tunnel vision, partial or total blindness, colorblindness; or seeing unusual objects in your visual field, such as halos, bright dots, translucent waves, zig-zags, etc.
Vomiting
Also referred to as "throwing up" or "puking", this is when stomach contents forcefully come out through the mouth
Vomiting blood
Vomiting (i.e. "puking" or "throwing up") up stomach contents that are either fully blood, streaked with blood, containing clots of blood (appear as clumps of solid red or black jelly), or have the appearance of coffee grounds
Vulvar irritation
When the vulva (external genitalia in females, also called the "vaginal lips") becomes irritated, it may appear dry, red, itchy, swollen, or thickened
Vulvar sore
A crater-like sore or break of the normal tissue of the vulva (external genitalia in females, also called the "vaginal lips"); may be red, swollen, and painful
Vulvar symptoms
Any problems with the vulva (external genitalia in females, also called the "vaginal lips"), including pain, redness, bumps, sores, blisters, or growths
Warts
Small, rough, often cauliflower-appearing, solid, raised growth with a distinct edge
Weakness
A feeling throughout the entire body of fatigue, lack of energy, malaise, tiredness, or lack of physical strength
Weight gain
A recent, significant, gain in weight (either noticed visually or on a scale) in a relatively short period of time (more than two weeks, less than a year)
Weight loss
A recent, significant, unintentional loss of weight (either noticed visually or on a scale) occurring over a long period of time (6 months to years)
Wheezing
A prolonged, hoarse, often whistling-like sound occurring each time you breath in or out; common in asthma
White discharge from eye
White fluid coming from the eye socket, either coating the eyeball or dripping out of the eye socket
Wrinkles on skin
Any recent increase in skin wrinkling that is not due to aging (i.e. not wrinkling that slowly occurs over years)
Wrist cramps or spasms
A sudden, non-purposeful tensing of muscles in the wrists that lasts a short period of time and then goes away, sometimes leading to brief but severe pain
Wrist lump or mass
Any abnormal collection of tissue originating from the wrist; may appear as a defined lump inside of the wrist when pressing down, or one wrist appearing bigger than the other
Wrist pain
An unpleasant feeling or discomfort (e.g. throbbing, sharp, achy) felt in the area between the arm and the hand; often worse when moving the hand
Wrist stiffness or tightness
Either pain when moving or inability to move the wrists to the normal degree in all the usual directions of movement
Wrist swelling
Enlargement of the wrist joint due to fluid buildup; the area may be red, warm, throbbing, or pressure-like; swelling may be inside the wrist joint or in the surrounding tissues
Wrist symptoms
Any new change in feeling or function of the wrists, including pain or soreness, weakness, visible bleeding in the joint, numbness, tingling, swelling, redness, itching, warmth, etc.
Wrist weakness
A recent decrease in muscle strength in the wrist; wrist may appear limp or may cause difficulty when carrying groceries or gripping objects
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