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257 Possible Causes for Acute Laryngitis, Loss of Appetite

  • Upper Respiratory Infection

    Decongestants are chemically related to adrenalin and can cause side-effects that include increased pulse, jitteriness, insomnia, and loss of appetite. • Pseudoephedrine ([] […] for adults with acute laryngitis.[] Influenza : initially presents with systemic symptoms, including fever, rigors, headaches, myalgia, malaise and anorexia.[]

  • Influenza

    ), acute sinusitis, acute tonsillitis, acute laryngitis and tracheitis.[] Moderate to high fever Dry cough Headache Sore throat Chills Runny nose Loss of appetite Muscle aches Tiredness Many conditions — such as a common cold, diarrhea, and vomiting[] Usually they include the sudden appearance of: fever cough muscle aches and pain Other common symptoms may include: headache chills fatigue (tiredness) loss of appetite sore[]

  • Otitis Media

    Loss of appetite: This may be most noticeable in young children, especially during bottle feedings.[] […] for laryngitis Acute laryngitis usually gets better within 7 days without treatment, as your body’s immune system can usually take care of the infection by itself.[] […] of appetite (refusing to eat) Infants will not suck because it causes pain Vomiting Diarrhea Signs and symptoms of chronic otitis media with effusion If your child is old[]

  • Viral Lower Respiratory Infection

    The usual presentation of viral respiratory tract infections (VRTI) includes fever, malaise, wheezing and or coughing, rhinorrhea and loss of appetite.[] If laryngitis develops (larynx voice box itis inflammation), the patient may lose their voice or become hoarse.[] If you are feeling feverish, and if you have body aches, a cough with phlegm, congestion, tightness in the chest and a loss of appetite, you may have one of these conditions[]

  • Pharyngitis

    Investigators assessed symptoms specific to acute pharyngitis/laryngitis and determined the pharyngitis symptom score.[] loss of appetite nausea unusual taste in the mouth general malaise The length of the contagious period will also depend on your underlying condition.[] Laryngitis is an inflammation of the larynx (voice box), usually caused by a viral infection or a bacterial infection.[]

  • Acute Bronchitis

    For example, loss of appetite was present in 65.8% of patients at study begin, but only in 27.6% at the time point of last observation visit.[] Billable/Specific Code Applicable To Obstructive laryngitis (acute) NOS Obstructive laryngotracheitis NOS bronchial J20.9 Tracheitis (catarrhal) (infantile) (membranous)[] Blocked sinuses Headaches Soreness and body aches Loss of appetite along with fatigue Repeated flare ups or exacerbation of symptoms especially in winter months seen in chronic[]

  • Sinusitis

    Signs may include anorexia, pyrexia, unilateral or bilateral nasal discharge, changes in air flow through the nasal passages, and foul breath.[] Complications Acute exacerbations are the most common complication and are associated with the same rare complications as those outlined above for acute sinusitis.[] , influenza, rhinitis, sinusitis, laryngitis, pharyngitis, tonsillitis and otitis media.[]

  • Cough

    Usually, there will be significant accompanying symptoms, such as weight loss, fatigue, weakness, bone pain, loss of appetite and night sweats.[] , sinusitis or whooping cough a lower respiratory tract infection (LRTI) that affects your lungs or lower airways – examples are acute bronchitis or pneumonia an allergy[] Other signs and symptoms that may warn of a cancer include worsening fatigue , loss of appetite, unexplained loss of weight, or decreased ability to swallow solid or liquid[]

  • Acute Subglottic Laryngitis

    […] obstructive acute laryngitis of the infant and small child has an almost exclusively viral aetiology.[] Constitutional symptoms may be present, such as fever, cervical lymphadenopathy, loss of appetite, weakness, and restlessness.[] Heavier bacterial infections may be associated with fever, chills, burnout, loss of appetite and other systemic symptoms. 6.[]

  • Laryngeal Syphilis

    Non-infectious laryngeal edema mucosa was pale edema, scoop will be anorexia, vocal cords are particularly evident.[] A discharge that. has only been going on for a short time, points to acute laryngitis or diphtheria.[] […] lesions affecting other tissues and organs including : Eyes Bones Joints Kidneys Liver Spleen Constitutional symptoms may also be present such as : Persistent headache Malaise Anorexia[]

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