Hemochromatosis is a disease with signs and symptoms that are very “vague” and can be taken as symptoms for another disease. These nonspecific symptoms are usually the early signs of the disease. These symptoms are joint pain, fatigue, weakness, weight loss, stomach pain, impotence, early menopause and/or possible skin bronzing. Some symptoms may be more severe such as diabetes and heart failure. Yet, not all symptoms show which does make it harder to diagnose.
The symptoms of Burkitt's depends on the type that the person has acquired. Endemic, which is the African form usually starts as tumors of the facial bones, commonly the jaw, it may affect the gastrointestinal tract, ovaries, and can spread to the Central Nervous System. It can cause nerve damage, paralysis, and weakness. Immunodeficiency and Sporadic, the type that is more often seen in other areas of the world but is more frequently seen in the Untied States. This type usually starts in the bowels and forms a mass in the abdomen, because of this bone marrow, the liver, and spleen are usually involved. These two forms can also start in the ovaries, testis, or other organs and will eventually spread to the brain and spinal cord fluid. Symptoms that are involved with all three variants consist of bowel problems, fatigue, loss of appetite, nausea, night sweats, unexplained fever, and weight loss.
Signs and symptoms are the first steps into identifying if one has this autoimmune disease. Symptoms include the following; extreme fatigue, weight loss, decreased appetite, hyperpigmentation, hypotension, fainting, hypoglycemia, nausea, diarrhea, vomiting, pain in the abdominal region, muscle/joint pains, body hair loss, and sexual dysfunction.
Itchy rash, and sports all over the body. Very uncomfortable. Scratchy, headache. Flu-like symptoms, muscle aches, fever and irritable. Aches and pains, stomach ache, appetite loss. Skin rash. and blisters, headache, muscle pain and red eye.
The syndrome starts off with flu like symptoms. And it gets worst as time by without no treatment or care. As the syndrome continue to spread and infect the body your symptoms get worst and others symptoms occurs. Other symptoms are purple-ish or red rashes and blisters. That is hard to remove or treat. There are many other symptoms dealing with the Steven Johnson Syndrome before and after you start the rashes. Before the rashes the person or persons may experience Sour throat, Burning eyes, fever, etc. when the rashes occurs the following occurs: Facial swelling, Tongue swelling, Skin pain, A red or purple skin rash. You may also my experience other types of changes to the body
This stage usually starts with a rash on one or more areas of your body. Other symptoms you may have can include fever, swollen lymph glands, sore throat, headaches, weight loss, muscle aches, and fatigue.
Some of the most common signs and symptoms patients experience with the disease of Lymphedema is swelling and a feeling of “fullness” in their arms and legs. Patients at times have described the loss of flexibility due to the increase in pain. In addition, the inability to wear their clothes, rings, and wristwatches due to the feeling of them being too tight.
When going to a doctor for suspected Mononucleosis a simple test is needed. The first test is a simple evaluation. This is done by simply looking at the patient. The doctor is looking for signs such as a skin rash, swollen tonsils, and swollen liver or spleen. After doing this simple test the doctors will draw blood. Mononucleosis leads to an elevated white blood cell count. The mononucleosis spot test looks for two specific antibodies that are associated with this disease. An antibody titer helps to tell if the Epstein- Barr Virus infection in the patient is current or not. It measures the number of the antibodies present against EBV in blood, which test can determine if the antibodies are unknown or have been around for a long time. There are many simple treatments that will help with this Mononucleosis, which relieve the symptoms of this disease. Thus include drinking plenty of fluids, gargle with warm salt water, to ease the sore throat. Mononucleosis can cause fatigue. Acetaminophen or ibuprofen should be taken to ease the pain. Since the spleen is swollen no contact sports or anything that could rupture the spleen are contraindicated (Medline Plus, Center of Disease Control)
A person suffering from mono who has a swollen spleen must be very careful to avoid physical activity or any sports which could cause a rupture to the spleen (Deckler et al., 2009). This type of precaution is truly important as, resuming normal activities can be done within a few days, but all forms of exercise and one should really wait at least a month for the safety of the spleen. While the sore throat and swollen tonsils may last just a few days or a week, the sense of extreme fatigue will last at least a few weeks (Deckler et al., 2009).
Initial symptoms are not specific to ALL, but worsen to the point that medical help is needed. They result from the lack of normal and healthy blood cells because they are crowded out by the malignant and immature leukocytes (white blood cells). These shortages noticeable on routine blood tests and, in addition to bruising, can cause symptoms like fatigue (due to anemia), weakness, dizziness, loss of appetite, shortness of breath, fever (due to low numbers of white blood cells), persistent infections, bruising, purpura, petechiae, and bleeding from the gums, nose, and skin (Shead et al., 2014). Laboratory
Splenomegaly, which is the enlargement of the spleen, could happen due to four main causes, which were cancer, infection, liver or blood diseases (Kuntz, 2006). An enlarged spleen causes hypersplenism; it is a process where the spleen increases the filtration process of the blood cells. This causes the spleen to recycle more blood and consider it to be a foreign material. Consequently, more RBCs, WBCs and palates in the blood plasma are