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What causes persistent dizziness?

... there is a rare blood disease that is dominant on my mother s side called spherocytosis. Dizziness is a symptom ... was younger and the test came back negative. Could I possibly have this disease now? ...
 

What causes ventricular fibrillation?

was quivering and did not pump blood. I have had short flutters before but nothing that frightened me. I read ... a female, 17 yrs old, 110 lbs, and have a family history of strokes/some heart diseases (only older than 40 ...
 

Causes of high BP

causes of high blood pressure? ...
 

What is the ileum, what causes a thickening of the ileum?

causes a thickening of the ileum? Also what, if any effects does this have? Is it a common thing with IBS ... and weight loss . I have had lots of investigations MR scan, 2 x camera procedures, lots of blood tests ...
 

What causes hyper coagulation and is it a hereditary disease?

Hi, I m dating someone that suffers from Hypercoagulation ( thickened of the blood). I would like to know if this illness is contagious or not by means of intercourse or kissing. Also, if it is hereditary ...
 

What causes fainting spells along with headaches?

. My x father in law passed away from a blood disesase they didn t find until it was to late. Apparently it is a very rare disease and only 3 people ever had it in our region. my x husband, x father ...
 

Can lisinopril cause sore spots on tongue?

rarely medicate myself. I am fit and active but my primary care physician has been suggesting I start blood pressure medicine for many years as I have been consistantly around 135 - 140 over 80 - 90 (blood ...
 

Can Peyronie's disease cause impotency ?

Can Peyronie s disease cause impotence? ...
 

Can gum disease cause headaches ?

can gum disease cause major headaches ...
 

What is the main cause of heart disease ?

What is the number one cause of heart disease ? ...
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What causes green stool?

. The one cause that has my husband matches 95% is Wipple's disease. He is a white male started when he ... of concentration and severe memory loss . Wipple's disease is very rare but can be fatel if not treated. With all ...
 

What causes nephropathy?

it for the most part. I do not have diabetes or high blood pressure . I was diagnosed with Graves disease when I ...Does it seem like I could experience kidney failure eventually and what could be causing ...
 

Can spleen and liver disorder cause high blood pressure?

can a diseased spleen and enlarged liver cause high blood pressure? ...
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What causes spleen diseases?
The spleen diseases are often seen in case of blood related disorders or chronic infections like malaria or typhoid fever. It can also enlarge in case of malignancies.
 
What is the causes of joint pain
Usually small many joint involvement with morning stiffness,swelling,feeling of warmth of the joints in a female in 4 th decade raises the possibility of rheumatoid arthritis.ESR,CRP,RA factor(blood tests)confirm the disease.Treatment is based on g anti-inflammatory like salazopyrizine,hydrochloroquinine or methotrexate depending on severity.Physical therapy in very important to prevent stiffness.
 
What causes kidney damage?
Hello! There are a large number of conditions that can cause kidney damage.Most common are High blood pressure,Diabetes Mellitus,Recurrent urinary infections,Kidney stones,Specific kidney disease etc. Further evaluations and a detailed medical history is needed to determine the right cause of your kidney damage. Take care
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