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2,865 Possible Causes for Autoimmune Disease, Loss of Appetite

  • Infectious Mononucleosis

    Epstein-Barr virus and vitamin D both have been implicated in the pathogenesis of autoimmune diseases, especially multiple sclerosis (MS).[] The most common symptoms include excessive fatigue, headache, loss of appetite, sore throat, swelling of the tonsils, enlarged lymph nodes (swollen glands) in the neck, underarms[] The onset of illness can be abrupt, but often will appear gradually over several days, with chills, sweats and loss of appetite. How is it spread?[]

  • Pneumonia

    Although the pathogenesis of AFOP is not fully elucidated, it may be associated with autoimmune diseases.[] Early symptoms are similar to flu symptoms, which include: Fever Dry cough Headache Sore throat Loss of appetite Muscle pain Additional symptoms about a day later: High fever[] Biological DMARDs, such as TNFI, act as a double-edged sword: these drugs are used to treat autoimmune diseases, but they increase the risk of infection.[]

  • Insect Bite

    This is especially true if you or your child suffer from an autoimmune disease.[] There may be nausea, vomiting, severe headache, and loss of appetite, pain in the abdomen, muscle aches and diarrhoea.[] The Women’s Health Initiative (a large, ongoing study of women looking at multiple health issues) showed an increased risk of autoimmune disease (including lupus) in women[]

  • Urinary Tract Infection

    BACKGROUND Type 1 diabetes mellitus (DM) tends to complicate other autoimmune diseases.[] […] of appetite Failure to gain weight Since these are generalized symptoms in most infants, the possibility of a urinary tract infection may be overlooked.[] […] of bowel control, loose bowels, change in urination pattern Elderly people: fever or hypothermia, poor appetite, lethargy, change in mental status Pregnant women are at increased[]

  • Influenza

    Allergy Allergy/Immunology General Anticoagulation/Thromboembolism Arrhythmias/Pacemakers Asthma Autoimmune Disease B Bacterial Infections Birth Defects Bone Disease Bone[] 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[]

  • Malignant Neoplasm

    Although the cause of this unusual remnant thymic tissue remains unclear, it may have been related to autoimmune or endocrinological disease.[] […] worse gas, nausea, vomiting, or loss of appetite to diagnose ovarian cancer, doctors do one or more tests.[] These include the following: Unexplained loss of weight or loss of appetite A new type of pain in the bones or other parts of the body that may be steadily worsening, or come[]

  • Idiopathic Pulmonary Fibrosis

    These medicines may stop further scarring for some patients, such as those whose scarring is related to an autoimmune disease.[] […] of appetite.[] The award recognizes leadership and commitment to the community battling scleroderma, a disabling and life-limiting multi-organ autoimmune disease with progressive lung, heart[]

  • Acute Bronchitis

    Diagnostic value of procalcitonin measurement in febrile patients with systemic autoimmune diseases. Clin Exp Rheumatol . 2006;24(2):123–128. 57.[] 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.[] […] of appetite pain in your chest Mild pneumonia can usually be treated with antibiotics at home.[]

  • Primary Immune Deficiency Disorder

    CVID and autoimmune disease Around a quarter of people with CVID have autoimmune diseases.[] […] of appetite, nausea and diarrhea Delayed growth and development Autoimmune disorders, such as lupus, rheumatoid arthritis or type 1 diabetes When to see a doctor If your[] disease.[]

  • Gastritis

    Type A gastritis (autoimmune gastritis) is an autoimmune disease that cannot be completely cured.[] Depends on the aetiology (see below). asymptomatic epigastric pain/tenderness nausea and vomiting loss of appetite Aetiology infection: H. pylori (most common) systemic illness[] One example of an autoimmune disease affecting the digestive tract is Crohn’s disease Aging – as you grow older your stomach lining becomes thinner making it more susceptible[]

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