You need to make an appointment with your OB ASAP. If you are not pregnant and have other symptoms she/he can run tests and give you a diagnosis. The OB can also give you a prescription to start your period again. Good Luc
You need to take your daughter to her pediatrician for evaluation and treatment. Your description seems to indicate that this is generalized throughout her mouth--a tooth abscess would be confined to the localized area arou
Swelling is a symptom of inflamation, in your case from injury. The swelling will go down when the inflamation goes down and your body gets the "upper ground" in the healing process. Get lots of sleep, drink lots of water, a
Yes - she should see a doctor/dentist immediatly - a fairly common infection with fever/swolen gums that affects normaly healthy but streesed out college age kids could be something called ANUG - (acute necrotizing ulcerativ
While I cannot speak to the connection between swollen joints and your sense of thirst, if there is one, swollen joints are the beginning of an arthritis. In the beginning stages cortizon injections...