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7,685 Possible Causes for Cough, Otorrhagia, Vaginal Bleeding

  • Upper Respiratory Infection

    You experience vaginal bleeding Your fever shoots up above 100.4 F. You develop chest pain and shortness of breath. Your symptoms persist beyond a week.[] This paper discusses the mechanism of cough in man and describes some clinical investigations on the effects of codeine on cough associated with URTI.[] Subjects with productive cough or no cough showed no consistent changes during infection.[]

    Missing: Otorrhagia
  • Disseminated Intravascular Coagulation

    Other symptoms are: blood clots decreased blood pressure easy bruising rectal or vaginal bleeding red dots on the surface of the skin ( petechiae ) If you have cancer, DIC[] Clinical history can include epistaxis, gingival bleeding, haematuria, oliguria, cough, dyspnoea, fever, delirium, and coma.[] You cough up blood. Your arm or leg feels warm, tender, and painful. It may also look swollen and red.[]

  • Urinary Tract Infection

    However, IUDs are associated with short-term complications such as vaginal bleeding, pelvic discomfort, dyspareunia and pelvic infection.[] As cold and flu season approaches you will inevitably be exposed to a coworker who shouldn’t be at work (their cough or runny nose will tell you so).[]

    Missing: Otorrhagia
  • Hirudiniasis

    Otorrhagia bleeding due to leech bite. Adv Biomed Res. 2012; 1:15 Rao KP, Grover YK, Mitra AK. Nasal hirudiniasis.[] bleeding.[] One of the earliest symptoms is a tingling or creeping sensation in the throat with an irritating cough.[]

  • Streptococcal Infection

    Thirty-one (66%) women had fever as their sole presenting symptom, eight (17%) had fever and abdominal pain, seven (15%) had fever and abnormal vaginal bleeding, and one patient[] Different types of streptococcal bacteria are spread in different ways including coughing or sneezing, through contact with infected wounds or sores, or during vaginal delivery[] These germs can be spread from child to child by sneezing, coughing and talking.[]

    Missing: Otorrhagia
  • Otitis Media

    We report a case of a 3-year-old child presenting with a 1-year history of otorrhea and otorrhagia followed by a 6-month history of postauricular swelling in the right ear[] Preventing whooping cough Whooping cough can be prevented by vaccination.[] […] look out for are: Rubbing ear Earache Excessive crying Diarrhoea Fever Vomiting Vertigo Other signs and symptoms of an upper respiratory tract infection (e.g. rhinorrhoea, cough[]

    Missing: Vaginal Bleeding
  • Ofloxacin

    bleeding increased sensitivity of the skin to sunlight increased sweating indigestion inflammation of the joints irregular heartbeats irregular or slow heart rate itching[] Safety Information Adverse reactions in patients with non-intact tympanic membranes include diarrhea, nausea, vomiting, dry mouth, headache, vertigo, otorrhagia, tinnitus[] A 25 year old man was admitted with fever, a dry cough, and dyspnoea of three days' duration.[]

  • Hydatidiform Mole

    Two months after curettage she presented with sudden severe vaginal bleeding. Clinical examination revealed a lesion of the epithelial outer surface of the cervix.[] One month later, the patient presented with vaginal bleeding, cough, and shortness of breath. A chest computed tomographic scan revealed multiple lung nodules.[] The most common presentation of a hydatidiform mole is vaginal bleeding.[]

    Missing: Otorrhagia
  • Pulmonary Actinomycosis

    bleeding or unusual discharge, a lump or swelling in your lower tummy You can't always prevent actinomycosis Actinomycosis is very rare, so the chances of getting it are[] The condition occurred most frequently in middle-aged males, the most common symptom being haemoptysis, followed by cough and sputum.[] Common symptoms of this infection include lower abdominal discomfort, abnormal vaginal bleeding, and vaginal discharge .[]

    Missing: Otorrhagia
  • Gnathostomiasis

    bleeding Ocular symptoms Uveitis Iritis Glaucoma Retinal scarring Retinal detachment Auricular symptoms Mastoiditis Sensorineural hearing loss Central nervous system ( CNS[] After admission he developed a non-productive cough with left sided chest pain, a chest x-ray showed a left pleural effusion.[] Migration to other tissues can result in cough, blood in the urine, eye involvement and, most seriously, meningitis and encephalitis.[]

    Missing: Otorrhagia

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