Call Doctor

“Every man is the builder of a temple called his body.”

~ Henry David Thoreau
 

Call a doctor when you have the following symptoms, which may indicate infection and/or other serious conditions:

  • High fever (over 101 degrees)
  • Persistent severe headache that disrupts your life
  • Blurred or double vision
  • Frequent memory loss or dizziness
  • Green-yellow mucus discharge from the nose
  • Postnasal drip is thick, colored and lasts more than a week
  • Facial swelling and pain
  • Sore throat that lasts more than a few days
  • Hard to swallow food and/or swollen neck glands
  • Wheezing and/or difficulty breathing due to severe chest congestion
  • Skin irritation like hives and inflammation
  • Chronic fatigue accompanied by muscle pain, fever, or nausea
  • Common symptoms of colds or flu do not improve or get worse after taking over-the-counter medication for a reasonable time (3-5 days
  • Thoughts of death or suicide
  • Prolonged sleep disturbances, such as insomnia, excessive sleeping, etc.
  • So tired that you can’t function or concentrate normally during the day
  • Ongoing feelings of intense sadness, pessimism, or anxiety

 


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