Tag Archives: Symptoms

Can chlamydia symptoms show up months later

Even protected sex carries a risk of spreading bacterial infections. Doctors can treat chlamydia with antibiotics. Asymptomatic sexually transmitted diseases: the case for screening. Youth risk behavior surveillance — United States, Longitudinal studies on chlamydial infections in the first year of life. CDC is not responsible for Section compliance accessibility on other federal or private… Read More »

Type 2 diabetes symptoms: Five signs you could have nerve damage from high blood sugar

Type 2 diabetes is the result of high blood sugar levels. This can damage nerves inside the body. What are the five signs you’re suffering from it? Nerves carry messages between the brain and every part of the body. When the nerves are damaged by high blood sugar levels (typical of type 2 diabetes) it’s… Read More »

Brain Plaques Signal Alzheimer’s Even Before Other Symptoms Emerge: Study

MONDAY, April 13, 2020 — Even before symptoms develop, the brains of people with early Alzheimer’s disease have high levels of amyloid protein plaques, a new study reveals. Those levels in older adults with no dementia symptoms are associated with a family history of disease, lower scores on thinking/memory tests, and declines in daily mental… Read More »

Coronavirus: Doctor reveals breathing technique that could help relieve COVID-19 symptoms

COVID-19 reports make for harrowing reading, with patients recounting the gruelling stages of their symptoms. More often than not, the symptoms involve intense coughing episodes and trouble breathing. This is because COVID-19 is a respiratory infection so the lungs are hit hardest by the pathogen. It is easy to feel like there is nothing you… Read More »

Early COVID-19 or allergy symptoms? Local doctors explain how to tell the difference – Gainesville Times

You might just have allergies. Dr. Supriya Mannepalli. Telling the difference between allergy and coronavirus symptoms can prove tricky, especially when they overlap. Dr. Supriya Mannepalli, medical director for Northeast Georgia Physician Groups Infectious Disease, told The Times that both COVID-19 and allergies can cause runny nose, scratchy throat and headaches. For those who also… Read More »