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1,731 Possible Causes for Increased Appetite, Jaundice

  • Malignant Neoplasm of Pancreas

    Jaundice and related symptoms Jaundice is yellowing of the eyes and skin.[] […] thirst increased urination increased appetite - this could also be worsening of pre-existing diabetes manifested by: increase in the strength or number of oral hypoglycemics[] The usual symptoms caused by the condition include jaundice, cachexia, poor appetite, weight loss, vomiting and abdominal pain that radiates to the back.[]

  • Ethanol

    […] walking Dizziness Headache Seizures Skin and nails: Bluish-colored lips and fingernails Stomach and intestines: Abdominal pain (severe) Diarrhea Liver problems, including jaundice[] Low serotonin levels increase carbohydrate appetite, aggressive and violent behaviors, and depression.[] Elevated serotonin levels suppress the appetite for carbohydrates (“sugar cravings”) and promote calmness and equanimity.[]

  • Cystitis

    Infants may feed poorly, vomit, sleep more, or show signs of jaundice.[] The most common side effects are drowsiness, constipation and increased appetite.[]

  • Vitamin B12 Deficiency

    We report an adolescent girl who presented with jaundice and weight loss for 6 months secondary to vitamin B12 deficiency, leading to megaloblastic anaemia.[] Vitamin B12 deficiency causes symptoms very similar to folate deficiency: megaloblastic anaemia, chronic tiredness, loss of appetite and mood disturbance.[] Jaundice Most of us have only heard of jaundice in reference to newborn babies, who are occasionally born with this condition, in which skin and eyes may take on a yellow[]

  • 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 ([] Increased intake of oral fluids is also generally advised to keep up with the fluid loss from runny nose, fevers, and poor appetite associated with upper respiratory infections[]

  • Hypoglycemia

    An infant presented with short history of jaundice and irritability, examination showed soft hepatomegaly.[] Symptoms of muscle twitching, irritability, and/or increased urination. Poor appetite that does not improve. If you notice excessive sleepiness, confusion.[] Hepatomegaly, jaundice, cataracts, failure to thrive, sepsis ( E. coli ), diarrhea, vomiting, pseudotumor cerebri, mental retardation and renal Fanconi syndrome.[]

  • Tonsillitis

    It may affect the liver and spleen, and may lead to jaundice.[] […] irritability, poor appetite, or excessive drooling.[] […] jaw and neck tenderness due to swollen lymph nodes tonsils that appear red and swollen tonsils that have white or yellow spots In very young children, you may also notice increased[]

  • Obesity

    These patients all presented in early life with features of hypocortisolemia secondary to ACTH deficiency, leading to hypoglycemia, prolonged jaundice, susceptibility to the[] Medications: Some medications intrinsically increase the weight and boost the appetite.[] They alter the function of your body and brain, reducing metabolic rate or increasing appetite ( 14 , 15 ).[]

  • Diabetes in Pregnancy

    Jaundice is more common in newborns of mothers who had diabetes during their pregnancy. With jaundice, the skin and whites of the eyes turn yellow.[] appetite Increased thirst Excessive urination Severe cases can cause ketoacidosis Non-insulin dependent diabetes mellitus (NIDDM) Type II diabetes Classically seen in adults[] Pregnancy hormones decrease fasting glucose levels, increase fat deposition, delay gastric emptying and increase appetite.[]

  • Infectious Mononucleosis

    We report a case of infectious mononucleosis in a 72-year old jaundiced gentleman with ferritin level of 2438 that normalised on clinical improvement.[] Some possible side effects from corticosteroid use include: increased appetite, indigestion, nervousness and restlessness. ( 10 ) Over-the-counter pain medications are commonly[] […] patient between 16 and 25 years old who complains of sore throat and fever is more likely to have infectious mononucleosis than another disease; and if - in addition - he is jaundiced[]

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