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belching
a symptom when air from your stomach is coming out loudly
colic
if a baby has colic, it has severe pain in its stomach and bowels
cold
a common illness that makes it difficult to breathe through your nose
stroke
if someone has a stroke, an artery in their brain suddenly bursts, so that they may die
constipation
the condition of having difficulty in getting rid of solid waste
gangrene
a condition in which your flesh decays in part of your body
cramp
a severe pain that you get in part of your body, because muscle becomes too tight, making it difficult for you to move
diarrhoea
an illness in which waste from the bowels is watery
dizziness
a state of being unable to stand steadily
dizzy
feeling unable to stand steadily
faint
an act of becoming unconscious
fatigue
very great tiredness
fever
an illness in which you have high temperature
feverish
suffering from a fever
sweaty
covered or wet with sweat
heartburn
an unpleasant burning feeling in your stomach or chest caused by acid
hiccup
a sudden repeated stopping of the breath
indigestion
pain that you get when your stomach cannot break down food
inflammation
swelling and pain in part of your body, which is often red and feels hot
insomnia
if you suffer from insomnia, you are not able to sleep
itch
an uncomfortable feeling on your skin that makes you want to rub it
jaundice
a medical condition in which your skin and the white part of your eyes become yellow
to feel nauseous
to feel that you are going to vomit
neuralgia
a sharp pain along the length of a nerve
pus
a thick yellowish liquid produced in an infected part of your body
queasy
feeling that you are going to vomit
rash
a lot of red spots on someone's skin, caused by an illness
runny
a runny nose, runny eyes etc have liquid coming out of them,
sore
a painful (often red) place on body caused by a wound or infection
swollen
a part of your body that is swollen is bigger than usual,
to sneeze
if you sneeze, air suddenly comes from your nose, making a noise,
to cough
to suddenly push air out of your throat with a short sound,
to vomit
to bring food or drink up from your stomach out through your mouth,
running nose
a nose with liquid coming out of it, especially when you have a cold