You didn't say how long ago. Not likely. HIV symptoms usually don't appear for several years. You might have a cold or flue bug. OR you might be pregnant. Get a test and find out.
8 Answers · Health · 05/04/2008
Sounds like a biochemistry problem. Maybe you should ask again in the biology or chemistry category.
1 Answers · Health · 07/03/2011
Yes it most definitely can.....these things will dehydrate you to the point of throwing your bodies electrolytes completely out of wack....especially potassium....and a low K can cause chest pain...all of this can be determined thru a simple blood test...and if...
3 Answers · Health · 04/10/2006
No. If it all goes away, then it went away. Schedule a regular doctor's appt. Low blood sugar, low blood pressure are just 2 of the things it could be and neither are dangerous.
3 Answers · Health · 08/10/2012
*It's a Bladder Infection* Drink 100% Cranberry juice and make sure you check the label for any sweetener in ingredients (sugar or artificial sweeteners make it worse: Cranberry is to be used in the form...
3 Answers · Health · 21/01/2009
Maybe you stress them to much or got to much pressure on them. So it still might be shine splints I guess. You can read about it here.. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Shin_splints
1 Answers · Health · 13/04/2013
No. Painkiller addiction refers to narcotics.
4 Answers · Health · 03/07/2009
Raynaud’s disease? Alzheimer's?
6 Answers · Health · 17/10/2007
That is what happens to me. I had a bunch of tests done and they concluded that I'm hypoglycemic. Hypoglycemia is like the opposite of diabetes, you body produces too much insulin and if your...
6 Answers · Health · 20/06/2009
Some antibiotics can make you feel nauseous. However the peeing you are doing is because the medicine is working. The cloudiness is the infection being flushed out by your body. And you will feel...
1 Answers · Health · 05/08/2010