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    Hay Fever

    Hay Fever is one of the commonest allergies in the UK. Nine million of us are familiar with the runny nose, sneezing, headaches, watery eyes, itchy throat and breathing and sleeping difficulties that can last throughout the summer. Read more →

    i'm 13 and i have a really dark birthmark an my back. sometimes it's itchy, but most of the time it's a nuisance when i wear backless swimsuits. is surgery a safe option? also, i had a skin tag 2 years ago. i thought it was a tick, so i plucked it off with tweezers. it's still red and itchy. what's up with it?





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    Itchy could be a problem. You can easily have it removed by a dermatologist. It didnt even hurt when I removed mine. However if it changes color or shape have it checked immediately!

    I have a 5 year old boy and he has an itchy bottom and also that it feels spiky, i have taken him to see the doctor twice now and feel like i am not getting anywhere. his bottom only gets itchy at night time, tonight he was screaming for about an hour. please could you give me some usefull advice





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    My son is 7 and is exactly the same - nice to know he is not the only one even if there is no answer yet! Def not threadworms either. Seems to start when he needs a poo.

    Pinworms!!

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    Sounds like you have a throat infection and what you are spiiting out is pus.

    impetigo can be caused by the same bacteria that causes strep throat... there could be a connection there

    I'd find a new dr. Can you go to a ear, nose and throat specialist? My guess is the scarring is causing more issues.

    I am 14 years old and I have stretch marks on my inner thighs and on my hips. They are sometimes itchy and when i sit down for a while the ones on my inner thighs sometimes become soar. I use bio oil and it is making them less red and more white. Any tips on stopping them from being soar and itchy?





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    Maybe rub talcom powder on them. This helps for me.

    Hi I am going through exactly the same thing with my son, now 12 but he has been like this since he was a toddler. We have just been refered to a Gastroentirologist recently. He was on meds for reflux but that didn't seem to make it go completely.There is a condition called eosonophilic oesophogitis where certain trigger foods cause a delayed reaction in kids sometimes days after.They tend to have issues with eating, trouble swallowing, vomiting, coughing while eating, having to drink between mouthfuls are some of the issues. My son described it as it is like he has a door in his throat and sometimes it is open and the food goes down ok, and sometimes it shuts and the food gets stuck.He then has to induce vomitng to get the food out.He has also been running off to the loo like this since he was 4. He gets a ' look' on his face and stops eating and you can tell what is coming next. The Dts thought it might be a hiatus hernia but 2 bariums showed nothing untoward wrong.The only way to diagnose eosonophilic oesophogitis is with an endoscopy and biopsies which look for more than 50 white blood cells present in the osophogus which normally should not be there.These are caused by consuming food/ foods which the child is allergic to, but because the reaction is a delayed one it is harder to detect.The cells inflame the throat causing scarring and this causes the dysphagia ( trouble swallowing) This is what I am trying to get the Drs to check for woth my son as he is typically atopic ( allergic ) . My son has year round rhinitis, mouth breathes and many allergies including pets, dust, tree and grass pollens, foods and asthma since he was 1. Also in young children failure to thrive or being small for age, sleep difficulties, tummy aches and lots of ear/ throat infections are very common as well as what you mentioned. I hope you get some answers and us too ! It's been a long road !

    My 8 week old baby has 4 mouth ulcers on her hard palette. I have been to my GP but they don't know the cause. She had a temperature at first but it has stayed down now. There are no other symptoms. Is this normal? What could the cause be? Because she is so young we are using calpol and a throat spray prescribed by doc. Will they take long to heal?





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    My now 12 yr old has gotten croup every winter since birth except for the last 3 winters but this morning she developed sore throat runny nose hoarse voice and a 38.5 temp so i am thinking croup again would this be correct??





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    Is there a connection between tonsilitis and impetigo? My son is 9 and twice has had very high temp and tonsilitis followed by a pinprick rash,then impetigo. He has high functioning autism and despite tonsilitis being described as bad by the GP he never mentions a sore throat.





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    impetigo can be caused by the same bacteria that causes strep throat... there could be a connection there

    Thats funny you should ask that, my son has had tonsilitus this week and has now got impatigo come out under his eye.

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    im now concerned i have been told i have a glandular fever and all my glands have swollen and some days i find it hard to swallow and my throat feels all dry and itchy and its been hurting for about a year so have i got a severe condition of it or something different





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    I am 23 years old and suffering with chicken pox. I know it is a lot worse for adults than children but there is no information online as to what is 'normal' for adults. I'm on day 6 over all but day 4 of having actual spots. Day 2 and 3 of the having spots were the worst. I had an incredibly high fever, sore throat to the point were I couldn't swallow anything and anything i did manage to her down I kept bringing up. I slept most of the time but it was an unrested sleep. I felt horrendous but didn't know if this is what it is normally like or was I at the bad scale. There's just no information. If it wasn't a bank holiday I would have phoned the doc just to get some reassurance. I woke up feeling much better today albeit still with a slight fever, sore throat, head and neck ache and itchy as hell. But not nearly as bad as yesterday. My spots looked worse when i woke up but arestarting to clear very slowly but II'm worried about infection in some as they do not look right, red, raw and yellow/green. I suppose I will have to ring the doc about that tomorrow.





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    Hey can someone help me please, my viginal area and bum hurts and are very itchy.its itchy during the day but only a bit during the night is when it gets itchy. Its a bit red too. I have had this one time and this is my second time .I have been using an itching cream that my mom gave me and last time it worked .I really hate it cuz it soo itchy some one please help . By the way I just turned 12 in october.





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    You might have thrush, got the dr and they can give you special cream/tablet to clear it all up xo

    Sounds like "thrush". You can buy cream over the counter at a chemist. No prescription from you doctor is required. Can be common in females, is natural.

    Hi my daugther is 10 and is always ill she goes from one thing straight to another she has always got a soar throat this is everyday she get throat infection and tonsilitous all the time she also gets really bad uti and kidney infections have been battling the last one for 6weeks and she had had loads of different antibiotics which she is still on and now she has an ear infection in both ears and bertween these she gets bad heads and swiss her body always aches this has been going on for about 4 years now and it's getting worse can anyone please help coz we are really worried about her x x x





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    To me it sounds like your daughter has a low emuine system . I'd try her in vitamins to boost her emuine system talk to your pharmacy about vitamins to help boost her emuine system . Good luck

    Go to an EnT specialist toncills an adnoids need to be check by a pro. My daught same thing by 17mths old ENT didn't even look at her an said op adnoids an grommits OMG the difference 2hrs after serg was amazing. Another set of grommits down an we still get everything going round but it isn't serious bed every time. Good luck

    I am 42 and have just had mumps which was confirmed by a blood test and mouth swab. It started with a sore throat then a day later a stiff neck. Then a day later my right side of my face swelled up and was painful. It was swollen from just in front of my ear down my neck to my throat. You feel awful and there is no mistaking it for anything else. The lump is rock hard and stays for weeks but if you don't have complications you feel better after about 2 weeks. It is a notifyable disease so you must ring the doctor if you think you have mumps. Stay away from everyone and quarantine yourself for at least a week. Antibiotics won't help as it is viral.





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    Hi, I'm 18 a junior in high school and I've had these lil white blisters on my feet now for about 2 weeks and just stay sleepy all the time. My mom took me to the doc yesterday and the doc said I have hand, feet, mouth virus. I've been sneezing for weeks now. I woke up yesterday morning to go to school n my throat was sore. Last night my throat got even more sore n I developed hot n cold flashes n my body aches all over. I've never heard of this virus before.





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    My son is 4 he is complaning of itchy bum he's penis is itchy too I took him to the doctor 2times he had urine infeccion the 2times now is still with antibiotic he still itchy bum and penis too I don't know what to do!! Please help





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    I think i have worms. Im 13 and my butt gets itchy. I have had them twice this year! I get these red itchy welt like things that itch SUPER bad and get bigger. They go away after like an hour and a half but it happens every day :( i took the tablet before but my grandma stopped givin them to me after a month even though my doctor said to keep giving them to me for a few months. How do i tell her i have them again?





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    Help me please, my problem bit different to this...I had intercourse...and my boyfriend accidentally inserted half of his penis into my anus..and after that I started to bleed and my anus was very itchy during the night when I as sleeping it was so itchy. So what type of treatment can you recommend me ?





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    Ok first question, did your Boyf use a condom? Aside from all the usual std and pregnancy stuff people will say there is this answer... Apparently a lot of men actually carry thrush (candida) in the folds of skin around thier penis, so it could be that by breaking the skin in your anus he's given you thrush which if you go to your gp or chemist and get some thrush cream you can get it cleared up in a jiffy. You'd do well though to get your Boyf to use the cream too, otherwise with or without using a condom you can just pass the thrush back and forth to each other. (Guys don't like the idea that they have thrush on thier willys so just say no sex till you use the cream) However I'd suggest that whilst you both get treated you don't have sex or any form of play with your nether regions for a week. I know this, not because I'm a gp but because it happened to me in my early 20's. if the symptoms persist please do go see your gp. Please please please have safe sex and especially if you have any accident like accidental anal sex, if you tear and bleed you could expose yourself to all sorts of nastiness and the last thing you want at a young age is a std or worse!! I hope this helps

    My boy always complains of an itchy bot at night before he has to go to sleep he had worms once and was treated right away but he insists it what he calls the worms! But I check around his bum and no evidence of worms are apparent he stops complaining when I put cream on him but he assures me he has an itchy bum so what could it be?





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    My son is exactly the same. What cream are you using?

    My 6 year old has been complaining just the same of an itchy bum. I thought he was just being difficult at bed time as I couldn't see an apparent reason and some sudoceeam normally quietened him down. Unfortunately I have found worms after the GP mentioned it could be this. First time for everything. I have a three year old too but he seems fine. Feel bad for not realising sooner.

    I think I have thread worms because when I went to bed a few nights ago I had a really itchy bum so I put on some nappy rash cream (which I normally do if I have an itchy or sore bum ) and I had white long worms moving on my hand ,what should I do because its making it hard to sleep because its that sore , please help !





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    You definately have worms. Go to the chemist or pharmacy and buy some thread worm pills which work in 24hours.Tell a parent!

    hi for a long tme i have a burning sensation down there then recently it got itchy now ie checked my sefl down here i have noticed one of the sides look swollen im not sure what part itis called but its swollen and get really itchy ive stopped drinking tea and i dont like coffe so i dont think its being irrtated also i sometimes get really bad pain on my left side right where my hip is and now i really want to know what it is and what can help????





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    I think I have worms. I've had an itchy bum for about 3-4 weeks now, I'm 13. PLEASE HELP! At night its so itchy and just recently its started in my vagina, I scratched it and felt something small I lifted my hand up to find a small white worm like thing, I'm crying so much I'm so worried. I am lying here and I can't sleep because I'm thinking about them. I'm so scared of telling my mum. I'm so so scared please help me.





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    You must tell your mother so that she can buy you some opex from the chemist. You shouldn't be embarassed-she is your mother.

    I think i have worms, every time i do a poo i see white worm things in it and my bum is really itch and i have spots on it im only 14 HELP ?

    My 4 year old daughter has been unwell for the last couple of days saw throat slight tempreture and has just got 2 large ulsers on her gum was just wondering if there to do with anything serious .





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    To all those with undiagnosed illnesses and their families: Before you can get a good result from tests for coeliac disease the sufferer needs to eat gluten at least 4x per day for 4-6 weeks for the antibodies to build up to a diagnosable level. This means that the sufferer must eat pasta, pizza, bread, wheat cereals such as Shreddies etc. every day. The first test for Coeliac Disease is always a blood test, which looks for the antibodies produced by the immune reaction against gluten. It's no worse than any other blood test and it's a good idea to check vitamin levels at the same time because Coeliacs cannot absorb enough nutrients from food. However, the blood test is not completely accurate so even if it is negative the sufferer should undergo an endoscopy, which involves a camera being fed down the throat so that a sample of stomach lining can be taken and examined for signs of coeliac damage. You have to have an empty stomach for the endoscopy, so you must not eat for the few hours beforehand. Sedation will be offered and should definitely be taken; say a big NO to the spray on the back of the throat.





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    Hi, my son dribbles a lot and I have seen an ear nose and throat consultant three times only to be told 'well he is only little', he is 5 and at school. He also snores very loudly but I feel I am banging my head against a brick wall!





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    My son is 4yrs and constantly dribbles he was referred to ENT and has been told he has to get his adanoids out, hopefully this will solve his problem

    My son is 4yrs and constantly dribbles he was referred to ENT and has been told he has to get his adanoids out, hopefully this will solve his problem

    Hi the saliva duct Transfer is this were they revers some of the saliva glands so the dribble goes down the back of the throat, as this has been offered to us as our next/last resort with our Daughter but were not sure what to do?

    maybe thrush my 3 year old daughter suffers alot with thrush not only on her vagina but in her throat as well its horrible and its worse at night cause she is hotter

    I have mouth ulcers all my life. I was diagnosed with coeliac disease a few years ago and they improved for a while. But I still get them a lot of the time even down my throat. My tongue has a white coating on it and if I eat sugar or yeast they gets very bad. I have no taste and it is very difficult to eat or talk. Has anybody a cure as I cannot put up with them any more.





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    Sorry to read about situation Nuala. I too have had ulcers all my life (10's of years :-) ) until recently, they became intolerable. They were huge and I too could not eat and frankly, I was a pain to be around. After various doctors and private specialist appointments, I found my fix. Its a steroid called Dermovate by Glaxo (the active ingrediant is clobetasol propionate). I had tried other steroids but they were not as effective. Its not meant for internal use but I am assured that if its used sparingly and only in the most severe cases, its OK. I started on it over a year ago and I would guess that these days, I use it very rarely (once a month ish). Its an almost instant fix. If I have a painful ulcer one night, I'll apply a small amount and the follwing morning, its much much better. What used to take 3 or more weeks to clear can now clear in a few days. I would imagine your doctor will not prescribe it but a specialist should know about it and other steroids which could help you. I'd go back your doctor and look for a referral to a specialist. Good luck

    I have recently had thread worms but I took a pill too get rid of them.I keep on getting the feeling of something is wiggling up my throat every several days.I am to scared that I may poo a tape worm I think they are called out.Any ways to identifie a parasitical worm?





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    Hi ive got threadworms for a long time i know there itchy and sometimes painful bugers but try to ignore the clean yourself well and also i found out that if you eat raw shreeded carrot it helps fasten up the process of the worms death they should only last up to 5 to 6 weeks if not seek medical adivce also you can use wet cold folded tissue and put it just by your anus opening and that will cool down any irritation that the worms may course ehilst laying the eggs you might notice that you need to go to the toilet alot do go try to release any discharge (thin layer of gooey stuff) if you find them in your poop get a tissue and kill them ok hope this helps bye x

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