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Symptoms Of Systemic Illness
Can you give me a brief description or meaning of an acute illness w/ systemic symptoms & examples of these illnesses.
This looks like: a question for a class. I'm sorry but you will need to look this one up yourself. If I'm wrong I apologize. ...Read more
Do you ever diagnose systemic sclerosis sine scleroderma and if so, what are the the clinical signs and symptoms of this disease?
Extremely rare: Systemic sclerosis sine scleroderma is a fibrosing condition of the internal organs including the GI tract, pulmonary artery, and lungs, but lacking the skin features if scleroderma. Systemic sclerosis is a rare condition to begin with, and systemic sclerosis sine scleroderma accounts for <10% of patients. Diagnosis might include antibody tests or abnormal biopsy of affected internal tissues. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Would systemic candidal disease show up on a full blood count test or a liver function test? I've been getting symptoms for a while now.
Okay just need to know can any of the symptoms affect how intense sex is for a women? well illnesses connected to my other questions
Sex: shouldn't affect thatGet a more detailed answer ›
Hypochondriasis: Being obsessed with having an illness is characteristic of hypochondriasis, which some call health anxiety. It's common for such a person to be convinced s/he has this illness despite normal medical exams and diagnostic tests, and being reassured by physicians. Help is available with steadfast primary care physicians, psychiatrists, and psychologists who can collaborate for the patient's benefit. ...Read more
If u are obsessed with a illness can u start developing symptoms are reading what the symptoms are?
No: Any kind of over obsession is bad for mental health. Always consult your local physical to discuss any concerns related to health. Good luck ! ...Read more
No!: Absolutely not! many, many diseases have no symptoms at all. Symptoms are helpful , but almost never make a firm diagnosis on their own. ...Read more
Several: Hot and cold flashes could be from thyroid problems or other hormonal imbalances. Cough could be asthma, bronchitis, copd, pneumonia or even reflux. Patient who have both are often suffering a lung infection like bronchitis or pneumonia. You should get this checked so that a proper diagnosis can be made and treatment rendered. ...Read more
Isn't always.: If you have an acute upper respiratory tract infection with mostly nasal conjestion i would offer a drying agent-you can't sleep otherwise.The cough that accompanies bronchitis is often debilitating and should be treated to prevent spread of "bugs".If you have to get up 4 times a night to urinate a prostatic urethreal dilator(relax the prostate)is not bad.Using Estrogens in menopause is often good. ...Read more
How can you treat medical illnesses when you don't feel your symptoms of the illness but you have the illness?
Hummm: There is a proverb "you don't have to feel sick to be sick:". The question you raise can best be answered by a psychologist in conjunction with your family physician. ...Read more
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