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Question by  vinoth (18)

What could cause vomiting, burning knee pain and thigh pain with a blue mark at the temple?

I have lower knee pain, vomiting and thigh pain.


Answer by  CarrieZee (189)

These symptoms are most likely caused by several different things as opposed to one single cause. The muschel pain and vomiting, for example, may be caused by a flu virus. This, however, would not cause a blue mark at the temple region.


Answer by  josie (287)

This sounds to me like a series of different unrelated problems. The thigh and knee pain sounds like some sort of strain, but not seeing these it is difficult to tell. Vomitting could be from food poisining, pain, viral or bacterial. the blue mark on the temple is a vague complaint. I suggest you see your doctor for diagnosis.


Answer by  champaign9497 (11977)

You need to get in and see you doctor right away that sounds very serious. They will be able to tell you why you are having these symptoms and they will be able to treat them.


Answer by  sarsie1 (92)

It sounds like you took a tumble. If you have a blue mark at the temple, that could be a bruise, and the vomiting is concerning that you could have a concussion. Knee and thigh pain can be caused by the fall. Seeking medical attention is wise.


Answer by  Liz59 (10966)

Well, if you ate something recently that did not sit well, those are symptoms. It could also be the cause of dehydration. There could be numerous causes but you need to see the doctor to see what it is.


Answer by  Vanasatchy (816)

Antimonium Tartaricum Is the cause for vomiting,burning knee pain and thigh pain with a blue mark at the temple.


Answer by  catysuzgirl2000 (578)

Could it be due to anemia? Many people with rheumatoid arthritis (RA) also have anemia. Learn what causes anemia and get tips for keeping anemia under control. The list of other types of conditions linked to rheumatoid arthritis includes more minor issues, such as dry eyes and bumps under your skin.


Answer by  champaign9497 (11977)

You need to get to the doctor right away that sounds like a blood clot. Whatever you do even though it hurts still get up and move around often so you don't get the blood clots in your lungs. The doctor will be able to help you out with this right away.

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