paleness


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Symptoms of heat exhaustion are heavy sweating, paleness, muscle cramps, tiredness, weakness, dizziness, headache, nausea or fainting," he added.
I won't lie: It's not always easy--especially when I'm sitting next to one of my naturally tan besties at the beach, wishing I could trade my pink-tinged paleness for her olive everything.
Heavy sweating, Paleness, Headaches, Nausea, Dizziness, Shallow breathing, Rapid but weakened pulse rate.
He was discharged and after three months again developed sudden paleness, difficulty in breathing and admitted again in CMH Sialkot with Serum Bilirubin 70 and Hemoglobin 9 mg/dL.
These symptoms include any unusual lumps or swelling, unexplained paleness and loss of energy, easy bruising, nose bleeds, gum bleeds, dizziness, and ongoing pain in one area of the body.
Paleness swaddled by darkness, eyes fringe upon fringe of blue crocuses, walled against the blue of themselves.
He suggested parents not prolong their child disease and if a child is sick and has symptoms like persistent restlessness, paleness or is unable to stand or walk, have fresh blood in stools or dehydrated; he or she should be immediately taken to the doctor.
Paleur discrete" and "l' or brutal" suggest a contrast between worldly tact and savagery largely lost in the English: "Against the green-blue field of the sky the Great Bear has a green and pink sparkle whose discrete paleness contrasts with the harsh gold of the gaslight.
Patients may have symptoms of anaemia such as paleness, fatigue, shortness of breath, excessive bleeding and a tendency to bruise easily.
No paleness, coldness or color change was detected in the lower extremities.
As the condition progresses, there may be obvious paleness or graying to the gums.
Simply interpreted, it means you want the fire to take your paleness, sickness and problems; In return, the fire will give you its redness, warmth and energy.