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A Belief That Other People May Be Able To Hear Or Alter Their Thoughts
A Bend Or Curve Visible In An Erect Penis
A Fixed Curled, Bent, Or Rigid Position Of The Toe
A Greenish Yellow, Frothy Discharge
A High-pitched Sound When Trying To Move The Thumb And Wrist
A Lump In The Nose
A Weakening Of Pulse From The Point Of Blockage Forward Away From The Heart
Abdominal Cramps
Abdominal Discomfort
Abdominal Distention
Abdominal Obesity
Abdominal Pain
Abdominal Pain - Severe
Abdominal Pain-mainly On The Left Side
Abnormal Blood Pressure
Abnormal Bone Growth - Infants
Abnormal Curve Of The Spine
Abnormal Eye Movements
Abnormal Facial Expression
Abnormal Facial Movements
Abnormal Heartbeat
Abnormal Involuntary Body Movements (chorea)
Abnormal Movement - Newborn
Abnormal Or Infrequent Bowel Movements
Abnormal Sensations In The Fingertips
Abnormal Sensations In The Toes
Abnormal Vision
Abnormally High Or Low Iq
Abnormally Large Amounts Of Urine
Abnormally Slow And Shallow Breathing During Sleep
Absence Of Menstrual Periods
Abuse Of Diuretics
Abuse Of Laxatives
Aches And Pains Ranging Throughout The Body
Aching Gums
Aching Teeth
Acid Reflux
Acidic Or Bad Taste In Mouth
Actively Defying Rules
Acute, Sharp Pain Centralized In The Affected Leg Area
Agitated Night Time Sleep
Alterations In Pupil Size
Altered Consciousness
Altered Taste
An Obsessive Concern With Diet And Body Weight
Anal Discharge
Anal Itching
Anal Pain
Anger And Outrage
Angina Pectoris
Ankle Brusing
Ankle Pain
Ankle Swelling
Anxious With Complaints Involving Various Parts Of The Body
Appetite Loss
Arching The Back When Walking
Arguing With Adults
Arm Pain Or Discomfort
Atrophy - Muscle
Attrition - Worn Down, Flattened, Or Chipped Teeth
Aversion To Noise
Aversion To Physical Touch
Avoiding Eye Contact

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