Red flag symptoms
This page provides quick summaries of alert signs and symptoms that indicate a more serious underlying pathology. Look out for the red flag symptoms of back and neck pain, chest pain, headaches and other common presentations in primary care. Establishing the presence of any red flags will inform your management and whether an urgent referral is required.Page Title RSS feed
Unintentional weight gain - red flag symptoms
Night sweats - red flag symptoms
Postcoital bleeding - red flag symptoms
Red flag symptoms - Groin swelling
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