Symptoms With Uncertain Cause (Adult)

You have been examined and may have had some tests. But the exact cause of your symptoms is still not certain. Watch for any new symptoms or worsening of your condition. You may need another exam or more testing at a later time. Unless told otherwise, you can go back to your normal routine. Continue to take prescribed medicines as directed. Contact your healthcare provider if you have questions or concerns. 

Follow-up care

Follow up with your healthcare provider if your symptoms don't start to get better in the next few days, or as advised by our staff. 

If imaging tests such as X-rays, were done, you will be told of any new findings that may affect your care.

Call 911

Call 911 or get medical care right away at the nearest emergency department if any of the following occur:

  • You have chest pain

  • You have trouble breathing

  • You have a rapid heart beat

  • You feel faint or dizzy, or you pass out

  • You have bleeding that doesn’t stop

  • You have trouble moving one side of your body or trouble walking or talking

When to call your healthcare provider

Call your healthcare provider if your current symptoms get worse or if new symptoms appear.

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