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When to see a Provider

Reasons to See a Provider

  • Vomiting, unable to keep fluids down for more than 24 hours
  • Painful swallowing
  • A cough that has persisted more than 2 weeks
  • Symptoms that persist more than 7 days

Reasons to See a Provider

  • Black or bloody stools
  • Dehydration (symptoms include: dry mouth and armpits, confusion, and decreased urination)

Reasons to See a Provider

  • New onset or change in heartburn
  • Frequent heartburn, burping, regurgitation
  • Severe/persistent abdominal pain
  • Persistent nausea
  • Feeling of something stuck in the throat

Reasons to See a Provider

  • Severe, quick onset of a headache and pain that peaks rapidly
  • Confusion
  • Memory loss
  • Slurred speech
  • Dizziness
  • Nausea
  • Numbness
  • Seizures
  • Headache that begins after injury to the head

Reasons to See a Provider

  • Abnormally rapid heartbeat
  • Galloping heartbeat
  • Chest pain

Reasons to See a Provider

  • Calf pain, worsens with movement
  • Swelling in ankles or legs

Reasons to See a Provider

  • Period has not begun in someone over 16
  • Abnormal stopping of period
  • A period that lasts longer than usual
  • Ill feelings with tampon use
  • Cramps that inhibit daily life

Reasons to See a Provider

  • Fever above 100.4 degrees F
  • Oozing
  • Painful

Reasons to See a Provider

  • Swelling around eyes
  • Redness around eyes
  • Vision problems

Reasons to See a Provider

  • Moderate to severe abdominal pain
  • Dehydration (dry mouth, armpits, confusion,decreased urination)
  • Vomit of an unusual color (green, bloody, black)
  • Vomiting for more than 24 hours

Reasons to See a Provider

  • Unexplained rapid weight loss or gain
  • Change in tolerance for activities
  • Dizziness
  • Fatigue that is not relieved by rest
  • Abnormal sweating

When to See a Doctor – Fundamentals. (2015). Retrieved October 29, 2015, from www.merckmanuals.com