Question: What is a red flag behavior?

Examples of Abusive Behaviors (Red Flags) Control: one partner makes all the decisions and tells the other what to do. Dishonesty: one partner lies to or keeps information from the other. Physical Abuse: one partner uses force to get their way.

What does a red flag symptom mean?

Red fiags are alarm or warning symptoms, signs and near- patient diagnostic tests that suggest a potentially serious underlying disease. All red fiags can be regarded as diagnostic tests, in that their presence or absence adjusts the probability of a serious diagnosis.

Why is age a red flag?

Age[edit | edit source] In the UK, age above 55 years is considered a red flag, this is because above this age, particularly above 65, the chances of being diagnosed with many serious pathologies, such as cancers, increase.

Is constant pain a red flag?

Red flags include: The person being 50 years of age or more. Gradual onset of symptoms. Severe unremitting pain that remains when the person is supine, aching night pain that prevents or disturbs sleep, pain aggravated by straining (for example, at stool, or when coughing or sneezing), and thoracic pain.

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