Our Symptom checker provides clinical advice on what to do next based on your symptoms.
Objects in the nose
An object in the nose can go unnoticed until there is pain or swelling of the nose. See a doctor if you think your child has an object in the nose.
Swallowing foreign objects, such as a button battery or magnet, can be dangerous. Know what to do if you or your child has swallowed a dangerous object.
Retained tampon or other object
Sometimes a tampon or other object can become stuck in the vagina. If this happens to you, it is important to know what to do.
Penis injury, swelling or pain
Your penis may become swollen or inflamed if injured. Follow this self-care advice and find out how to relieve the symptoms.
Injuries to the anal region can be the result of changes in bowel function or sexual activity. Learn when to seek urgent medical attention and how to relieve any pain.
Objects or chemicals in the eye
A piece of metal, dirt or chemicals in your eye can be annoying and often dangerous. Here’s what to do if you suspect something’s in your eye.
Gastroscopy (upper endoscopy) is a procedure where a tube, inserted into the mouth, down the oesophagus, and into the stomach is used to view these organs.
Abdominal pain in children
Abdominal pain in children has many causes. Most episodes of pain are not serious, but it is important to know when to take your child to the doctor.
Fluid from the ear
Fluid from your ear may be just ear wax, but sometimes it can indicate illness or injury. Read more here about the causes and treatments.
A granuloma is a tiny cluster of white blood cells and other tissue, and is found in the lungs, head, skin or elsewhere. Granulomas are not cancerous; they form as a reaction to, for example, infections or foreign objects.