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1,211 Possible Causes for Gagging, Weight Loss

  • Neoplasm of the Esophagus

    This can cause symptoms of choking, gagging, and coughing while swallowing.[] However, as the cancer grows, symptoms may include painful or difficult swallowing, weight loss and coughing up blood.[] Later, you may have symptoms such as Painful or difficult swallowing Weight loss A hoarse voice or cough that doesn't go away You're at greater risk for getting esophageal[]

  • Lyme Neuroborreliosis

    A 26-kDa Borrelia glycosaminoglycan-binding (GAG-binding) protein, Bgp, binds to the GAG side chains of heparan sulfate on endothelial cells, and to both heparan sulfate and[] As the symptoms deteriorated with ongoing weight loss, the patient was re-admitted to the hospital.[] Primers FLA181 F (5′-CCA GCA TCA TTA GCT GGA A-3′) and FLA400R (5′-CAC CTT GAA CTG GAG CGG CT-3′) were added to each sample.[]

  • Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis

    Abnormal reflexes Stiff or clumsy walk Decreased or increased reflexes at the joints Difficulty controlling crying or laughing (sometimes called emotional incontinence) Loss of gag[] loss in the early stages.[] In July 1995, she had amyotrophy and fasciculations of the tongue together with an exaggeration of the gag reflex.[]

  • Esophageal Crohn's Disease

    Typical presentation of symptomatic esophageal Crohn's disease may include dysphagia, odynophagia, weight loss, and chest discomfort.[] We report a case of a previously healthy young woman with symptoms of dysphagia, odynophagia, chest pain and weight loss, who presented oesophageal ulcers at upper endoscopy[] Symptoms include loss of appetite, weight loss, nausea, and vomiting. Crohn’s colitis Affects the colon.[]

  • Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease

    These symptoms may include vomiting, gagging, coughing, and trouble breathing.[] Weight loss improved pH profiles and symptoms (evidence B). Weight loss and head of bed elevation are effective lifestyle interventions for GERD.[] CONCLUSION: The benefits of SG on weight loss, resolution of comorbidities, and QoL were maintained in the long term for most patients.[]

  • HIV-2 Infection

    We demonstrate that Gag is the most immunogenic protein.[] These are signs and symptoms of HIV infection: Sudden weight loss Night sweats or fever Extreme tiredness Swollen lymph nodes White spots in your mouth or throat Ongoing ([] Response to treatment for HIV-2 infection may be monitored by following CD4 T-cell counts and other indicators of immune system deterioration such as weight loss, oral candidiasis[]

  • Overeating

    Any more than four litres of food and liquid in the stomach can prompt a gag reflex.[] loss and overall health goals as they work towards overcoming the distorted perceptions that plague them in regards to their physical appearance.[] When you have too much food in you, your gag reflex is activated , and then you vomit.[]

  • Anemia

    Just days after I had the positive pregnancy test for my first daughter, constant vomiting kicked in, and I developed a very sensitive gag reflex (unfortunately, the damage[] […] of appetite, weight loss, fatigue and anemia, per the CDC. — Maggie O'neill,, "What Is Hookworm?[] Researchers ... read more Long-Term Follow-Up After Weight-Loss Surgery Finds High Rate of Anemia Sep. 20, 2017 — Researchers found a high rate of anemia 10 years after patients[]

  • Esophagitis

    Presenting symptoms may vary from feeding refusal, gagging, and/or vomiting in the younger population, dysphagia, chest pain, and abdominal pain in adolescents, as well as[] Can be associated with weight loss, heartburn, regurgitation (especially with lying flat), and aspiration pneumonias.[] Choking or gagging on food. Regurgitation of foods. Regurgitation of foods. Severe acid reflux (heartburn) that does not respond to medications.[]

  • Zenker Diverticulum

    loss.[] BACKGROUND: Pharyngo-esophageal diverticula are most frequently described in elderly patients, having symptoms such as dysphagia, regurgitation, chronic cough, aspiration and weight[] A 67-year-old man presented to the gastroenterology clinic with an 8-month history of progressive dysphagia, weight loss, regurgitation, and halitosis.[]

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