Part I:
 Body Part-Specific Health Problems

 Part II:
 General Symptoms & Signs

 Part III:
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 Part IV:
 Body Part-Specific Conditions

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Breathing Difficulties

Shortness of Breath

  • General
  • after a Leg Injury
  • with or without Pain and Tenderness in Groin or Back of Lower Leg, After Surgery
  • in a Smoker
  • when You Lie Flat in Bed, That Wakes You Up at Night
  • with Chest Pain and/or Bloody Cough
  • with Exertion
  • with Paleness, Fatigue, and Rapid Pulse
  • Wheezing


  • Coughing up Blood
  • up Blood, with Shortness of Breath and Chest Pain
  • up Dirty-Looking Phlegm
  • that Lasts Over Two Weeks
  • with Fever, and Chest Pains
  • with Fever, and Night Sweats
  • after Surgery
  • Smoker's Cough

Chest Pain and Chest Discomfort

Irregular Heartbeats and Heart Sounds

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This information is not intended as a substitute for medical advice of physicians. The reader should regularly consult a physician
about matters relating to his or her health and particularly regarding any symptoms that may require diagnosis or medical attention.

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