Upper respiratory infectionDear sir
I m 33 years old male. Lots of cold thing I had eaten in past one month.
From 5 days uper respiratory tract infection exist. Both upper side in throat swelling reddish type feeling uncomfortable while some food taking and water taking.
Nitesh Kamal on 2019-05-30
Patient age, gender, marital status, country / city.
1- constipation history if any ? 2- headache if any ?
3- must select one option whic is more from below
a) restlessness .. b) weakness
4- your detailed daily routine ? hourly basis. Morning to evening.
5- is it a reoccurring problem ? your current problem i mena.
6- your were physically inactive or active just before this problem ?
7- do you feel more thirsty or thirst-less ?
8- do you feel more cold in body or hot mostly ?
9- any foul smelling gases ? abdomen ? if smelly please mention.
10- when your suffering or pain or symptoms aggravate / increase ?
and when/how ameliorate / feel better ?
11- do you have had B.P or Diabetes problem ? if yes controlled or not ?
IF PATIENT IS MALE:
Had anyone in his family sufferend or died from c-ancer or T.B ? only consider his father, father's brothers, grandfather ..
IF PATIENT IS FEMALE:
Had anyone in her family suffered or died from c-ancer or T.B ? only consider her mother, mother's sisters, grandmother.
13- Select one option ONLY which is more / dominant
a) Fear (anything if any but dominant if .. b) Anger (if dominant only and mostly) c) Greed (if any dominant) d) Pride
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