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Recent weight loss
A recent, significant, unintentional loss of weight (either noticed visually or on a scale) in a relatively short period of time (more than two weeks but less than a year)
Rectal bleeding
Blood coming from the rectum; may be seen as bright red streaks in the 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
Redness in ear
Any increased redness of skin color either on the outside of the ear (ear lobe) or the inside (ear canal); may be associated with itching, often due to an infection
Redness in or around nose
Any increased redness of skin color either on the outside of the nose or inside (nasal canal); may be associated with itching, often due to an infection
Regurgitation
When stomach contents come back up the throat, either forcefully when vomiting or "throwing up", or slowly during indigestion (leading to a foul taste or burning in the back of the throat after eating)
Restlessness
Inability to relax, be calm, sit still, or sleep; often associated with fidgeting, pacing, and feelings of anxiety
Retention of urine
Inability to urinate despite a full bladder; patients generally feel the urge to urinate or built up pressure or pain from not urinating but cannot empty their bladder
Rib pain
An unpleasant feeling or discomfort (e.g. throbbing, sharp, achy) felt along the rib cage (either front, side, or back); pain is worse when pressed upon or when twisting the body
Ringing in ear
Perception of sound coming from one or both ears when there is no sound; sound is described as ringing, buzzing, humming, whistling, ticking, clicking, "crickets", beeping, etc.
Scanty menstrual flow
Abnormally light flow during menstrual period (i.e. "the period"); may only have light spotting on pad or tampon
Seizures
Caused by abnormal electrical activity in the brain, seizures often present as a blackout along with uncontrollable shaking, stiffness, or jerking of part or all of the body, though symptoms may vary widely
Sensory disturbance
Unpleasant or unusual sensations felt on the body (e.g. tingling, numbness, crawling, "pins and needles," electric sensation) or changes in smell or taste (e.g. loss of smell or taste, or regularly experiencing unusual smells or tastes)
Sharp abdominal pain
An unpleasant, piercing or knife-like feeling, felt internally in the "belly" or "stomach" area
Sharp chest pain
An unpleasant, sharp or piercing feeling, felt internally in the area within the rib cage
Shortness of breath
A feeling of not getting enough air or breathing unusually fast for the level of activity in which you are currently engaged (e.g. severely out of breath after climbing just a few stairs)
Shoulder cramps or spasms
A sudden, non-purposeful tensing of muscles in the shoulder that lasts a short period of time and then goes away, sometimes leading to brief but severe pain
Shoulder lump or mass
Any abnormal collection of tissue originating from the shoulder; may appear as a defined lump inside of the shoulder when pressing down, or one shoulder appearing bigger than the other
Shoulder pain
An unpleasant feeling or discomfort (e.g. throbbing, sharp, achy) felt internally between the top of the arm and the neck, on one or both sides; may be associated with tingling, a crackling sound, or weakness of the joint
Shoulder stiffness or tightness
Either pain when moving or inability to move at the shoulder joint to the normal degree in all the usual directions of movement
Shoulder swelling
Enlarged of the shoulder joint due to fluid buildup; the area may be red, warm, throbbing, or pressure-like; swelling may be inside the shoulder joint or in the surrounding tissues
Shoulder symptoms
Any new change in feeling or function of the shoulders (from the base of the neck to the arms), including pain or soreness, weakness, spasms, cramps, numbness, tingling, swelling, redness, itching, warmth, etc.
Shoulder weakness
A recent decrease or lack of muscle strength in the shoulders; often noticed when trying to lift up or rotate the entire arm, carrying something over the head, or during activities like throwing
Side pain
An unpleasant feeling or discomfort (e.g. throbbing, sharp, achy) felt on the side of the belly
Sinus congestion
The stuffy, pressured feeling of phlegm or mucus in the nose and back of the throat; may cause pain or pressure in the forehead or around the cheeks and green or yellow discharge from the throat or nose
Sinus problems
Any sinus-related symptoms, including pain or pressure in the forehead or around the cheeks, nasal congestion, green or yellow discharge from the throat or nose, night time coughing, etc.
Skin dryness, peeling, scaliness, or roughness
A condition in which skin loses moisture and begins to crack, flake, or peel; common symptoms include: sink feeling tight, skin looking shrunken or dehydrated, skin looking rough, itchiness, etc.
Skin growth
Any abnormal mass of tissue originating from the skin, often raised and a different color and texture than surrounding skin; may be normal (e.g. skin tags, moles, freckles, liver spots) or abnormal (e.g. skin cancers)
Skin irritation
Irritated skin may be painful to touch and may appear dry, red, itchy, scaly or peeling, and may have blisters or bumps
Skin lesion
Any change in the skin on a specific spot of the body, including color change, bumps, blisters, or growths; may be itchy, warm, or painful
Skin looks infected
Signs of infection of the skin include a diffuse red rash, warmth, swelling, tenderness, crusting, oozing pus, blistering, and sometimes shedding of the skin, holes in the skin, or a black charcoal-like appearance
Skin moles
A small growth on the skin or inside the mouth, usually pink, tan, or brown, with a distinct edge; may sometimes be raised and may be harmless or a sign of disease
Skin oiliness
Skin that feels or appears to be excessively greasy; skin may feel thick or heavy
Skin on arm or hand looks infected
Signs of infection of the skin of the arm or hand, including a diffuse red rash, warmth, swelling, tenderness, crusting, oozing pus, blistering and sometimes shedding of the skin, holes in the skin, or a black charcoal-like appearance
Skin on head or neck looks infected
Signs of infection of the skin of the head or neck, including a diffuse red rash, warmth, swelling, tenderness, crusting, oozing pus, blistering, and sometimes shedding of the skin, holes in the skin, or a black charcoal-like appearance
Skin on leg or foot looks infected
Signs of infection of the skin of the leg or foot, including a diffuse red rash, warmth, swelling, tenderness, crusting, oozing pus, blistering, shedding of the skin, holes in the skin, or a black charcoal-like appearance
Skin pain
An unpleasant sensation or discomfort (e.g. throbbing, sharp, achy) felt anywhere on the skin
Skin rash
Any change in the color, appearance, or texture of an area of skin, often appearing as many spots, bumps, or blisters. Rashes are often (but not always) red and may be itchy, warm, or painful
Skin swelling
Any area of skin that is enlarged 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
Sleep disturbance
Any problems during or related to sleep, including difficulty falling or staying asleep, waking up gasping for breath, waking up in a state of terror or panic, sleep walking, kicking or jerking during sleep, etc.
Sleepiness
Excessive feeling of a need to sleep outside of normal sleep times, leading to drowsiness during the day
Sleepwalking
Getting up and moving about while still asleep, such as sitting up in bed with open eyes, walking around the house opening doors, getting dressed, or eating; all done typically with a glassy-eyed expression and clumsy movement and speech
Slurring words
Difficulty controlling or weakness in the muscles of speech leading to slow speech or speaking unclearly with sounds running into each other
Smoking problems
Any problems arising from smoking tobacco, including addiction, bad breath, coughing, excess sputum production, high blood pressure, heart disease, stroke, and cancer
Sneezing
A sudden, forceful, semi-purposeful burst of air from the lungs through the nose or mouth, often accompanied by mucus
Sore in nose
A crater-like sore or break of the normal tissue either on the nose or inside the nasal cavity; may be red, swollen, and painful
Sore lymph nodes
Discomfort when pressing on the lymph nodes (small round organs found behind the ears, under the jaw, on either side of the neck, above the collarbone, in the armpits, or in the groin)
Sore throat
A common physical symptom usually caused by inflammation of the throat. It is worse with swallowing and may range from a mild scratching to extreme pain
Speech disturbance
Spots or clouds in vision
Also known as "floaters", these are see-through circles or blobs that overlie whatever you are seeing; they often move around
Spotting or bleeding during pregnancy
Light bleeding from the vagina that is not during or different than your usual menstrual periods; may often appear as small pink or brown stains on underwear or pad
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