Consultation report

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            "value": "Good news! The symptoms you reported can usually be managed with the help of non-prescription medication. If the symptoms persist, get worse or you're concerned, please seek medical advice.",
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            "duration": "Few days",
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                    "yourmd_id": "headaches-tension-type",
                    "name": "Tension-type headache",
                    "snippet": "A tension-type headache is an everyday headache due to stress, tiredness or noise. Painkillers or relaxation may help.",
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                        "triage_level": "self_care",
                        "triage_message": "This condition can be managed with self-care",
                        "triage_advice": "If this condition is causing your symptoms, then there is usually no need to see your doctor.",
                        "triage_diagnostic": "There isn’t a specific test to diagnose tension-type headaches. Your doctor can gather a lot about your headache from your description of the characteristics, intensity and location of the pain. They will probably examine you and check your blood pressure and your eyes. If your doctor suspects that you have an unusual or complicated headache, they might order additional tests to rule out serious causes. This often involves a scan of your head with MRI (magnetic resonance imaging) or CT (computerised tomography).",
                        "triage_treatment": "Treatment for tension-type headaches is largely to help manage the symptoms. Non-prescription painkillers can be effective, and you may find that regular exercise and relaxation can also help.\n\nIn order to identify any triggers, you may also wish to keep a diary of when you experience the headaches.",
                        "triage_worries": "If you develop any of the following symptoms then you should see a doctor immediately:\n\n- sudden, severe headache\n- worst headache of your life\n- headache and neck stiffness\n- headache and vomiting\n- headache and fever\n- confusion, abnormal drowsiness or loss of consciousness\n- headache following a head injury\n- sudden weakness of the face, arm or leg\n- sudden changes in your vision\n- sudden changes to your speech."
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                        "name": "Neck pain",
                        "severity": "normal"
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                    {
                        "name": "Scalp pain/tenderness",
                        "severity": "normal"
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                    {
                        "name": "Pain on both sides of the head",
                        "severity": "normal"
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                    {
                        "name": "COPD diagnosis",
                        "severity": "normal"
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                    "Abnormal vision/change in vision",
                    "Shortness of breath",
                    "Bulging or protruding eye",
                    "High temperature",
                    "Shivering or chills",
                    "Vomiting",
                    "Eyes very sensitive to light",
                    "Stiffness/reduced movement of joint(s) or other body part(s)",
                    "Weakness of specific body part(s)",
                    "Slurred speech",
                    "Loss of balance",
                    "Swelling of part of the head or neck or body",
                    "Confusion",
                    "Severe headache",
                    "Feeling so ill that you cannot do usual activities",
                    "Headache that came on suddenly",
                    "Difficulty gripping things",
                    "Neck pain at night",
                    "Headache at front of head",
                    "Headache over temples/sides of head",
                    "Pain at the back of the head",
                    "Runny nose or nasal discharge",
                    "Blocked nose",
                    "Tightening headache",
                    "Pain of one or more joints",
                    "Headache worse with physical activity",
                    "Throbbing headache",
                    "Pain in your bones (deep pain)",
                    "Neck pain worse on movement",
                    "Headache on waking up",
                    "Sensation of room spinning",
                    "Skin change on head or body or genitals",
                    "Loss of appetite",
                    "Cough",
                    "Excessive worry/anxiety",
                    "Redness in or around the eye",
                    "Lack of coordination",
                    "Feeling restless",
                    "Abdominal or pelvic pain",
                    "Change of voice",
                    "Hearing loss",
                    "Feeling your heart racing or skipping a beat",
                    "Face pain",
                    "Feeling of agitation",
                    "Breath smells bad/abnormal",
                    "Loss of or reduced sense of smell",
                    "Difficulty with language or speaking",
                    "Teeth grinding",
                    "Diarrhoea",
                    "Numbness/tingling of skin",
                    "Sore throat",
                    "Difficulty walking",
                    "Painful swallowing",
                    "Loss of or altered sense of taste",
                    "Feeling sick/nausea",
                    "Aching muscles all over body",
                    "Itchy or scratchy throat",
                    "Recent injury",
                    "too much alcohol"
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                "year_of_birth": 1978,
                "gender": "male"
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