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Pregnancy can cause a range of symptoms, from aches and pains to skin problems to swollen hands and feet. Most are harmless, but there are ways to reduce and treat the symptoms.

Anaphylaxis is a severe allergic reaction that occurs within seconds to minutes of exposure to an allergen and can result in rashes, nausea, difficulty breathing and shock.

Body chills are a frequent symptom of common infections or viruses, such as the flu. They can also be a sign of common conditions, such as menopause. Here, how to treat chills at home and when to get medical attention.

Understand cold intolerance symptoms, including 6 causes & common questions.

When fever spikes, it’s always a sign that something isn’t right. Likely reasons include that you’re fighting off a virus, flu or other infection, but there are also other possibilities. Here, how to treat fever at home and when to get medical attention.

Understand your joint pain symptoms with Buoy, including 10 causes and common questions concerning your joint pain.

Understand your joint swelling symptoms, including 10 causes & common questions.

If you wake up very sweaty, you may be experiencing hormonal changes, or your room may simply be too hot. Sometimes, night sweats can be caused by other medical conditions so talk to your doctor if they are happening often.

There are many reasons you're feeling tired all day. Maybe you're not going to sleep too late, or you have insomnia. Or it may be a hormonal or mental health issue. It's important to find the cause and try to treat it.

Exhaustion can be from poor sleep, chronic pain, thyroid issues, or obstructive sleep apnea. Here’s how to tell what’s causing your fatigue and how to treat it.

Everyone experiences body aches sometimes, often after exercising or from a viral or bacterial infection. But persistent aches may be a sign of something more serious, like fibromyalgia, that must be treated by your doctor.

Bone pain is a tenderness or pain in one or more of your bones. It can be from an injury, or may be caused by underlying diseases like osteoporosis, sickle cell anemia, or even cancer.

Hot flashes are often caused by perimenopause and menopause, but medication or a condition like hyperthyroidism may be to blame. Treatment may involve lifestyle changes and medication like hormone replacement therapy