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115 Possible Causes for Increased Appetite, Paroxysmal Cough

  • Cystic Fibrosis

    appetite Salty tasting sweat Infertility (men) and decreased fertility (women) DIAGNOSING CYSTIC FIBROSIS If a doctor suspects a patient has CF, a ‘sweat test’ may be administered[] Paroxysmal cough followed by vomiting may occur.[] […] of pneumonia (symptoms of pneumonia in someone with cystic fibrosis include fever, increased coughing and shortness of breath, increased mucus, and loss of appetite) Sinus[]

  • 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 ([] Paroxysms of coughing may produce conjunctival hemorrhages.[] 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[]

  • Bordetella Pertussis

    - Seizures Treatment - Antibiotic treatment, usually erythromycin - Increased fluids - Increased rest Prevention - Immunization with pertussis vaccine References - Atkinson[] The presence of whooping cough (LR , 2.1) and posttussive vomiting (LR , 1.7) somewhat increased the likelihood of BP, whereas the absence of paroxysmal cough (LR-, 0.58)[] Since paroxysmal cough is considered one of the main symptoms of pertussis, we retrospectively assessed the frequency of paroxysmal cough in ARI.[]

  • Mycoplasma Infection

    Symptoms include increased thirst; increased urination; weight loss in spite of increased appetite; fatigue; nausea; vomiting; frequent infections including bladder, vaginal[] More often than not, the person ends his prolonged paroxysmal cough and says, “Well, it’s just a cough.”[] Cough may also resemble pertussis, characterized by paroxysmal cough and vomiting, causing patients to complain of chest soreness from protracted coughing (R , R2) .[]

  • Amitriptyline

    Although side effects, such as dry mouth, increased appetite and constipation may occur, consultation with the physician may help minimize the likelihood and severity of these[] […] hemicrania* Unilateral or bilateral—no autonomic features Trigeminal neuralgia Idiopathic stabbing headache Cough headache Benign exertional headache Headache associated[] Some of the side effects of amitriptyline include (but aren’t limited to): Weight gain Increased appetite Dry mouth Drowsiness Headache Fatigue A drop in blood pressure upon[]

  • Asthma

    ) thinning of the skin easy bruising muscle weakness With the exception of increased appetite, which is very commonly experienced by people taking oral steroids, most of these[] Side effects can include: osteoporosis (fragile bones) high blood pressure (hypertension) diabetes increased appetite, leading to weight gain cataracts and glaucoma (eye disorders[]

  • Tuberculosis

    Symptoms include common cough with a progressive increase in production of mucus and coughing up blood.[] At presentation she had dyspnea at rest, orthopnea and paroxysmal nocturnal dyspnea.[] Ask about signs and symptoms of tuberculosis and medical conditions that increase risk for disease when taking the medical history.[]

  • Aspiration Pneumonia

    Coughing, with or without phlegm Your Legal Rights Since the elderly population has an increased risk of developing aspiration pneumonia, many victims and loved ones might[] […] disorientation Fever Wheezing and/or noisy breathing Shortness of breath Difficulties with swallowing Hoarse and/or raspy voice Gurgling sounds when breathing Weight loss Loss of appetite[]

  • Pertussis

    The second stage occurs after 10 to 14 days and is signalled by a rapid increase in the frequency and severity of coughing.[] Symptoms of pertussis in adults are non-specific, i.e. dry, paroxysmal and protracted cough. Thus, it is rarely diagnosed in this group.[] , or decreased appetite) have not been observed.[]

  • Tropical Eosinophilia

    , and a marked leukocytosis which may reach 80,000, due chiefly to a marked increase in eosinophiles which may constitute as much as 80 per cent of the total number of white[] Clinical features include paroxysmal cough, wheezing and dyspnea, and systemic manifestations such as fever and weight loss.[] (90%): may be nocturnal Mucoid sputum (55%) Paroxysmal Cough with Dyspnea (70%): Exertional Dyspnea (45%): Wheeze (28%): Chest pain: Wheezing/Rales, or Diffuse Rhonchi (20%[]

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