Foreign objects or forgotten tampons may cause a vaginal infection.
Young girls might insert pieces of toilet paper, small toys, or household
objects into their vagina. Teens and adult women may forget a tampon or a
birth control device.
The most common symptoms of a vaginal infection caused by a foreign
object include a change in vaginal discharge and a bad odor. Immediate removal
of the object usually relieves these symptoms.
Heat cramp symptoms include:
Severe, sometimes disabling, cramps that typically begin suddenly in the hands, calves, or feet
Hard, tense muscles
Heat exhaustion symptoms include:
Muscle aches and cramps
Confusion or anxiety
Drenching sweats, often accompanied by cold, clammy skin
Slowed or weakened heartbeat
Heat exhaustion requires...