Try typing something like “Hernia” or just scroll to see the list.
Medicine is a sea of grey. Because of this you’ll find “happy words” vs. “red flags” throughout these posts. A red flag for back pain is urinary incontinence, whereas happy words may be, “my soreness goes away after I go to the gym and stretch.”
Our Anxiometer is a symptom checker aimed at helping you to assess yourself. Hopefully it will give you a better idea for when to call 911, Pre-R or your primary care doctor. If no red flags and if all the happy words seem to apply, then it’s probably ok to patiently “don’t just do something, stand there!”
Altered Mental Status
Delirium vs. Dementia
Ear Pain (Pediatric)
Eye Injury & Foreign Bodies
Fainting / Syncope
Flesh Eating Bacteria (due to Blisters)
Motion Sickness / Sea Sickness
Nose Bleed / Epistaxis
Nursemaid Elbow (Pediatric)
Sea Urchin Sting (Wana)
Shortness Of Breath (Pediatric)
Skin Infection / Cellulitis + MRSA
Urinary Discomfort / Dysuria
Vaginal Bleeding – Early Pregnancy
Vaginal Bleeding – Later Pregnancy
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