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3,585 Possible Causes for Hyperhidrosis, Increased Appetite, Syndactyly between Adjacent Toes

  • Hypoglycemia

    Symptoms of muscle twitching, irritability, and/or increased urination. Poor appetite that does not improve. If you notice excessive sleepiness, confusion.[chemocare.com] […] therapy with HU showed that these patients had less adhesion to changes in insulin regimens to compare them with patients with hypoglycemia awareness, despite the observed increase[doi.org] Neuroimaging studies have shown that patients with HU showed a reduced activation in appetitive motivational networks associated with integrated behavioral responses to hypoglycemia[doi.org]

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  • Obesity

    Medications: Some medications intrinsically increase the weight and boost the appetite.[symptoma.com] They alter the function of your body and brain, reducing metabolic rate or increasing appetite ( 14 , 15 ).[healthline.com] But studies show that exercise increases appetite, causing people to consume more calories. Exercise also expends far fewer calories than most people think.[well.blogs.nytimes.com]

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  • Diabetes Mellitus

    Clinical Presentation Classic triad of Diabetes Mellitus are polydipsia (increased thirst), polyphagia (increased appetite and ingestion), and polyuria (increased urination[physio-pedia.com] […] urination) Polydipsia (increased thirst) Polyphagia (Increased appetite) Glycosuria (glucose in urine) Weight loss despite polyphagia Hyperglycemia (increased blood glucose[physio-pedia.com] Increased thirst? Increased appetite and excessive hunger? If you have diabetes, do you have any complications from it?[clinicaladvisor.com]

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  • Insulinoma

    She denied having seizures and diabetes but he noticed increased appetite over the past year. She had no family history of diabetes, thyroid or pituitary disease.[oatext.com]

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  • Pheochromocytoma-Islet Cell Tumor Syndrome

    Pheochromocytoma--Islet Cell Tumor Syndrome Human phenotypes related to Pheochromocytoma--Islet Cell Tumor Syndrome: 32 (show all 13) # Description HPO Frequency HPO Source Accession 1 hyperhidrosis[malacards.org] […] norepinephrine 0003345 Episodic hypertension Intermittent high blood pressure 0000875 Hypercalcemia High blood calcium levels Increased calcium in blood [ more ] 0003072 Hyperhidrosis[rarediseases.info.nih.gov]

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  • Hyperthyroidism

    This leads to a wide range of symptoms including weight loss, increased appetite, increased sweating, intolerance to heat, anxiety and irritability.[symptoma.com] Other symptoms and signs can include: an enlarged thyroid (goitre) breathlessness eye problems increased appetite tremor sweating changes in bowel habits or menstrual patterns[healthdirect.gov.au] Symptoms of hyperthyroidism can include the following: Rapid heartbeat Feeling shaky, nervous Weight loss Increased appetite Diarrhea Double vision Thin skin Menstrual changes[my.clevelandclinic.org]

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  • Thyrotoxicosis

    Dermatological causes: primary, idiopathic hyperhidrosis Psychoautonomic causes: physical and emotional stress (e.g., hypoglycemia , agitation, anxiety ) Endocrinological[amboss.com] Appetite Agitation Fine, Warm, and Moist Skin Menstrual Irregularity or Amenorrhea Symptoms Unique to Grave's Disease Exopthalmos (bulging of eyes) and Eyelid Edema Pretibial[whitelotusclinic.ca] Beta-blockers : The indications include tachycardia and supraventricular arrhythmias, eyelid retraction, tremor, and hyperhidrosis.[empendium.com]

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  • Metabolic Syndrome

    Increased levels of cortisol stimulate the appetite, increase fat storing, and slow down or inhibit exercise recovery.[draxe.com] The functional leptin receptor is in the hypothalamus where it functions to increase energy expenditure and reduce appetite.[doi.org] Leptin Leptin is an adipokine, which under normal physiological conditions functions to reduce appetite, increase energy expenditure, increase sympathetic activity, facilitate[doi.org]

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  • Orthostatic Hypotension

    […] loss resting tachycardia or impaired heart rate variation abnormal GI motility erectile dysfunction and lack of ejaculation anhidrosis, heat intolerance, dry skin, focal hyperhidrosis[online.epocrates.com] Increased appetite is a common side effect, along with an increased sense of well-being. 14, 15 The Authors show all author info JOHN G.[aafp.org] […] hearing, crackles and tinnitus); pain in the neck (occipital/paracervical and shoulder region), low back pain or precordial pain; weakness, fatigue, lethargy; palpitations and hyperhidrosis[escardio.org]

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  • Gout

    Big meat and seafood eaters may be told to curb their appetites and instead eat more low-fat dairy foods. Diuretics tend to increase uric acid levels.[health.harvard.edu]

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