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Symptom checkers - NHS Choices

6/12/2014
01:45 | Author: Kate Thompson

Medical information sites symptoms
Symptom checkers - NHS Choices

Check your symptoms online and get advice on what could be the cause and what to do next. Alternatively, call 111 for non-urgent medical advice. Self care information about how to look after yourself and manage your symptoms; Advice to. Visit our language section for more health websites in foreign languages.

It’s easy to accidentally swallow or inhale something. Cleaning products, plants, toys.almost anything you can think of. Find out what to do if you’re concerned.

Get advice if you have an object in your body which doesn’t belong there; such as a bead up your nose or an insect in your eye.

Confidential advice for men on all aspects of male sexual health; such as pain, soreness, infections, rashes and symptoms affecting the male genitals, sexual performance and more.

Common urinary problems include UTIs (urinary tract infections), catheter care, cystitis and problems passing urine (weeing).

If you have an injury to your chest area (between your neck and stomach; including the ribs), get advice about first aid, managing pain and when to seek further help.

Get reliable advice if you are experiencing confusion.

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Health A-Z - Conditions and treatments - NHS Choices

4/11/2014
03:50 | Author: Caitlin White

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Health A-Z - Conditions and treatments - NHS Choices

Find high-quality information on more than 800 health conditions and treatments Check symptoms online if you are worried about: Visit the Map of Medicine guides to see the ideal, evidence-based patient journey for common conditions. . Visit our language section for more health websites in foreign languages.

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- Health and Medical Information for Australia

12/20/2014
05:25 | Author: Kate Thompson

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- Health and Medical Information for Australia

MyDr provides comprehensive Australian health and medical information, images tools covering symptoms, diseases, medicines and treatments, medical tests and This web site is intended for Australian residents and is not a substitute for.

Find information on medicines for specific diseases and conditions and search Australia's largest free database of CMIs.

You have a healthy weight for your height.

You are under optimum weight for your height. Check with your doctor or dietitian to find out if your current weight is healthy for you. Being underweight can carry health risks for both men and women.

You are over optimum weight for your height. You may be facing health risks, so see your doctor to help you achieve a healthier weight.

You are over optimum weight for your height. You may be facing health problems, so losing some weight would be a good idea.

Find out the signs and symptoms of different diseases and conditions, and what particular symptoms might indicate.

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Symptom checker Check your medical symptoms - Boots WebMD

10/19/2014
03:20 | Author: Caitlin White

Medical information sites symptoms
Symptom checker Check your medical symptoms - Boots WebMD

The WebMD Symptom Checker is designed to help you understand what your medical symptoms could mean, and provide you with the trusted information you need treatment because of something you have read on the Boots WebMD Site.

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Be careful when diagnosing your ailments online

8/18/2014
01:15 | Author: Kate Thompson

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Be careful when diagnosing your ailments online

The glut of medical information available online can turn us into e-hypochondriacs. 80% of Internet users have looked up health info online; Sites like of symptom-checker app SymCat and fourth-year medical student at.

According to that Pew study, 23% of social-network users have followed a friend's health experiences online, and 34% of Internet users have read about someone else's medical issues on newsgroups, websites or blogs.

If you're unhappy with your doc's diagnosis, go get one the traditional way. Remember, though, knowing how to use the Internet doesn't make you a doctor. Google doesn't count as a second opinion.

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Translation: Help your doctor help you. If you're worried about a particular medical situation and did some research to help narrow down what's ailing you, share that info with your physician.

She wasn't breaking out in hives or having any adverse effects to the bread.

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