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Bleeding from ear
Blood coming from the ear, either from a cut or scratch on the outside of the ear, or from within the ear canal
Bleeding from eye
Any blood either coming out of the eye socket and dripping down the face or within the eyeball itself
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 in mouth
Any bleeding coming from within the mouth (teeth, gums, inside of cheeks, tongue, roof of mouth), either in large quantities or noticed when spitting out water
Bleeding or discharge from nipple
Any fluid coming out of a woman's nipple (except for milk when pregnant or breast-feeding); may be milky, bloody, yellow, brown, or green
Bleeding skin mole
Any bleeding coming from a mole (a small growth on the skin, usually pink, tan, or brown, with a distinct edge)
Blindness
Lack of vision or inability to see, either totally (no perception of light) or partially (able to see some blurred light but not discrete objects), either in all or part of your field of vision
Blood clots during menstrual periods
Blood clots coming from the vagina during menstrual period (i.e. "the period"); clots often appear as clumps of solid, red or black jelly
Blood in stool
Blood found in stool (i.e. feces or poop); may appear as bright red streaks in stool, red or maroon colored liquid stool, blood clots (appear as clumps of solid red or black jelly), or even dark, thick, and sticky stool
Blood in urine
Blood found in the urine; may appear as diffusely pink or red urine or as clots (appear as clumps of solid red or black jelly) or streaks of red
Bones are painful
Pain originating from the bones due to disease may feel deep, dull or achy, and difficult to locate; bone pain caused by an injury may feel sharp and the pain may worsen when putting pressure on that area
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 fast
A feeling that breathing is more rapid than usual when at rest; by definition taking in more than 20 breaths per minute
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.
Bumps on penis
A common symptom and usually harmless, though often a cause of concern for sexually-transmitted disease in affected men. The appearance of the bumps help to determine its cause.
Burning abdominal pain
An unpleasant feeling or discomfort felt in the belly or belly, typically right around the bottom of the rib cage on the front; may feel like burning or heat; often occurs with indigestion
Burning chest pain
An unpleasant feeling or discomfort felt in the chest, typically right around the bottom of the rib cage or under the breastbone; may feel like burning or heat, often occurs with indigestion
Change in skin mole size or color
Any recent change in a pre-existing mole (i.e. a darkened spot of skin, often slightly raised), either in size, color, or texture
Changes in bowel function
Any changes in bowel movements, including the number of movements per day, frequent urges, inability to control bowel movements, increased straining or pain during bowel movements, etc.
Changes in stool appearance
Stool (i.e. "feces" or "poop") looking different than usual, either in color (e.g. red or green), consistency (e.g. more liquid or solid), or contents (e.g. mucus)
Chest pain
Any new change in feeling or function of the chest, including pain, pressure, tightness, heaviness, congestion, difficulty breathing, tingling, numbness, swelling, redness, itching, warmth, etc.
Chest tightness
An uncomfortable feeling of pressure or squeezing in the chest, typically felt under the breastbone; often described as "an elephant sitting on my chest"
Chills
Sudden feeling of being cold when others do not feel cold; often leads to shivering or pale skin; often occurs with fever, despite actual body temperature being elevated
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
Congestion in chest
A feeling of stuffiness in the chest due to built up mucus or phlegm in the lungs; chest may feel like a rubber band is tied around it and that it is difficult to breath; coughing up mucus or phlegm is a related symptom
Constipation
Bowel movements that occur less often than usual or are harder to pass
Coryza
Feeling of stuffiness or congestion within the nose and back of the throat, often caused by mucus or phlegm from the common cold
Cough
A quick burst of air from the lungs usually in an attempt by the body to clear out mucus (i.e. "phlegm") or something blocking the airways
Coughing up sputum
Sticky fluid (white, clear, light green, light yellow, or light brown) coming from the back of your throat after coughing
Cramps and spasms
A sudden, non-purposeful contraction or tensing of muscles that lasts a short period of time and then goes away, sometimes leading to brief but severe pain
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
Decreased appetite
A decrease in hunger or desire to eat even after not eating for long periods of time; may be due to nausea, fatigue, low mood (and inability to enjoy things you normally do), etc.
Decreased heart rate
Feeling a heartbeat or pulse that is slower than usual. By definition, a heartbeat under 60 beats per minute is slow (though not necessarily dangerous)
Delusions or hallucinations
Seeing, hearing, or feeling things that others cannot or that do not exist (e.g. hearing voices); or, having strong beliefs that no one else believes (e.g. people out to get you, people reading your thoughts)
Depression
A feeling of low mood that won't go away, often described as "sad," "empty, "hopeless," "helpless," or "worthless;" often accompanied by decreased energy and inability to feel pleasure
Depressive or psychotic symptoms
A long-standing feeling of lowered mood (e.g. "sad" or "worthless") or elevated mood (e.g. "giddy" or "on top of the world"), as well as strange (e.g. seeing or hearing things that others don't) or disordered thoughts
Diaper rash
Patches of red, puffy, tender-looking, often scaly skin on areas underlying the diaper in infants; if severe, rash may have pustules or discharge
Diarrhea
A condition in which stool (i.e. "feces" or "poop") is either liquid or very loose and bowel movements are more frequent (typically 3 or more times per day)
Difficulty breathing
Often described as "shortness of breath," this is the feeling of not getting enough air and needing to breath harder or faster, sometimes accompanied by sounds such as wheezing
Difficulty eating
Any difficulty with eating food, including trouble swallowing, trouble chewing, recurrent vomiting, pain when eating, sore throat, reflux or indigestion, decreased appetite, or eating disorders
Difficulty in swallowing
Any problems related to swallowing, including feeling of food getting stuck, pain with swallowing, difficulty initiating swallowing, difficulty controlling food or saliva in the mouth, and coughing or choking when swallowing
Difficulty speaking
Any trouble with speech, including extreme hoarseness or lack of voice, trouble understanding language, slurred speech, understanding language but attempts to speak being broken or unclear, etc.
Diminished hearing
Decreased ability to hear in one or both ears (e.g. television needs to be louder, frequently asking others to repeat themselves especially on the telephone, not hearing the phone or doorbell ring)
Diminished vision
Objects you see appear blurrier than usual, either close up (e.g. reading a book) or far away (e.g. reading a sign)
Discharge in stools
Any fluid in the stool that is not feces or blood (e.g. mucus, pus, sticky light colored material)
Disturbance of memory
Any new and unusual problems with memory, including difficulty remembering recent or past events, forgetfulness (e.g. of where you left your keys), etc.
Disturbance of smell or taste
Any change in the sense of smell or taste, such as decreased or inability to smell or taste, or regularly experiencing tastes or smells that do not have a clear source (e.g. constant metallic taste)
Dizziness
Often difficult to describe, dizziness may be a feeling of lightheartedness, instability, "head spinning," "room spinning," or loss of balance
Double vision
Perceiving a single object in the field of vision as two separate objects either overlapping or next to each other
Drainage in throat
A feeling of excess mucus dripping in the back of the throat, often leading to wanting to clear the throat or coughing (typically worse at night),
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