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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 lump or mass
Any abnormal collection of tissue originating from the foot or toe; may appear as a defined lump inside of the foot or toe when pressing down, or one foot or toe appearing bigger than the other
Foot or toe pain
An unpleasant feeling or discomfort (e.g. throbbing, sharp, achy) felt anywhere beneath the ankles, often worse when walking or applying pressure to the foot
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 swelling
Any new change in feeling or function of your foot or toes, including pain, loss of sensation, tingling, weakness, rigidity, or misshapenness
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
Foreign body sensation in eye
Feeling that something is stuck in the eye socket, irritating the eyeball
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
Frequent urination
An increase in the number of times you urinate each day. This may be due to an increased total amount of urine or because of an urge to urinate without a full bladder
Frontal headache
A unpleasant feeling or discomfort (e.g. throbbing, sharp, achy) felt directly behind the forehead lasting for awhile
Gastrointestinal symptoms
Gastroenteritis or infectious diarrhea is a medical condition characterized by inflammation ("-itis") of the gastrointestinal tract that involves both the stomach ("gastro"-) and the small intestine ("entero"-), resulting in some combination ...
General symptoms
Genitourinary symptoms
Groin mass
Any abnormal collection of tissue originating from the groin (where the thigh meets the belly); may be bulging or throbbing; may be visible or noticed when pressing down on the area
Groin pain
An unpleasant feeling or discomfort (e.g. throbbing, sharp, achy) felt in the area where the thigh meets the belly
Gum pain
An unpleasant feeling or discomfort (e.g. throbbing, sharp, achy) felt in the gums (soft tissue surrounding teeth); gums may be red or swollen as well
Hand and finger symptoms
Any new change in feeling or function of your hands or fingers, including pain, loss of feeling, tingling, weakness, stiffness, or misshapenness
Hand or finger cramps or spasms
A sudden, non-purposeful tensing of muscles in the hands or fingers that lasts a short period of time and then goes away, sometimes leading to brief but severe pain
Hand or finger lump or mass
Any abnormal collection of tissue originating from the hand or fingers; may appear as a defined lump inside of the hand or fingers when pressing down, or one hand or finger appearing bigger than the other
Hand or finger pain
An unpleasant feeling or discomfort (e.g. throbbing, sharp, achy) felt anywhere beneath the wrist, often worse when grasping objects or making a fist
Hand or finger stiffness or tightness
Either pain when moving or inability to move the hands or fingers in all the ways you usually can
Hand or finger swelling
Enlargement of the hand or finger due to fluid buildup; the area may be red, warm, or throbbing; skin may feel tight, hard, or pressured; may be due to injury, infection, bleeding, or edema
Hand or finger weakness
A recent decrease or lack of muscle strength in the hand or fingers; often noticed when writing, typing, or gripping
Headache
Pain (e.g. pounding, pressure, throbbing, sharp, piercing, achy) anywhere in the head or neck
Hearing dysfunction
Any change in hearing, including decreased ability to hear in one or both ears (e.g. frequently asking others to repeat themselves of not hearing the doorbell ring), ringing of the ears, etc.
Heart and vessel symptoms
Heartburn
An unpleasant feeling or discomfort felt in the belly or chest, typically right around the bottom of the rib cage on the front; may feel like burning or heat; often occurs with indigestion
Heavy menstrual flow
Abnormally heavy flow during one or more menstrual periods (i.e. "the period"); signs include soaking of one or more pads or tampons per hour for several hours in a row or needing to use twice the regular number of pads
Heightened hearing
The feeling that you are able to hear sounds more clearly than before, or that you now hear soft or high pitched sounds that you could not hear before
Hemoptysis
Coughing up blood or blood-streaked sputum
Hesitancy
Difficulty in beginning flow of urine despite having had an urge to urinate
Hip cramps or spasms
A sudden, non-purposeful tensing of muscles in the hip that lasts a short period of time and then goes away, sometimes leading to brief but severe pain
Hip lump or mass
Any abnormal collection of tissue originating from the hip; may appear as a defined lump inside of the hip when pressing down, or one hip appearing bigger than the other
Hip pain
An unpleasant feeling or discomfort (e.g. throbbing, sharp, achy) felt where the outside of the leg meets the torso; often worse with walking
Hip stiffness or tightness
Either pain when moving or inability to move hips to the normal degree in all the usual directions of movement
Hip swelling
Enlarged of the hip joint due to fluid buildup; the area may be red, warm, throbbing, or pressure-like; swelling may be inside the hip joint or in the surrounding tissues
Hip symptoms
Any new change in feeling or function of the hips, including pain or soreness, weakness, numbness, tingling, swelling, redness, itching, warmth, etc.
Hip weakness
A recent decrease in muscle strength in the hip; may be noticed as the opposite hip sagging when standing on one leg, difficulty walking, or difficulty lifting up the thigh
Hoarse voice
A change in the quality of the voice sounding harsh, raspy, strained, or croaky
Hostile behavior
Any aggressive behavior (including angry outbursts, physical violence, confrontation) towards a person or group of people
Hot flashes
A sudden feeling of warmth without actual temperature change; often felt in the face, neck, or chest; skin may redden and begin to sweat
Hurts to breath
Pain during inspiration (breathing air in) due to irritation of the lining of the lungs; pain is often sharp and in a specific location; may also occur during coughing
Hypernasality
Change in the quality or "sound" of the voice due to how the sound waves travel through the back of the throat (i.e. voice sounding "nasally")
Hysterical behavior
Behavior caused by an uncontrollable excess of emotion, such as fear or panic; examples include screaming, running around wildly, pleading or begging needlessly, and speaking wildly, rapidly, and incoherently
Impotence
Also known as erectile dysfunction, this is the inability to develop or maintain an erect penis during sexual activity
Incontinence of stool
Lack of control over bowel movements leading to unintended loss of bowel contents (also known as "feces" or "poop")
Increased heart rate
Feeling your heartbeat or pulse being faster than usual. By definition, a heartbeat over 100 beats per minute is fast (though not necessarily dangerous)
Increased sensation
An increase in the sensitivity to stimuli from one or more of the senses (e.g. more pronounced feeling of textures or pain, increased sense of taste or smell, light sensitivity, increased ability to hear soft noises)
Infant feeding problem
Any issues with feeding an infant, including lack of desire to eat, difficulty swallowing, regurgitating or spitting up food, inability to grasp or suck during breast feeding, as well as gagging, choking, or coughing during feeding
Infant spitting up
Spitting up, regurgitating, or vomiting by a baby either during or immediately following feedings
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