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Dr. Arun Prasad

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Fissured tongue and autoimmune disease

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Dr. T Chandrakant MD

I have had symptoms of an Auto-Immune Disorder since 1987. I believe it was triggered by a car ... Auto-immune problems started. My college years were plagued with bad headaches which turned ... View answer

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Dr.   Deepashree MD

Last week I burnt my tongue with hot drink - it is still sore on swallowing and i have fissures on my tongue. Today my eye started to twitch - concerned that they may be connected. I have 2 autoimmune ... View answer

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Dr. Jasvinder Singh MD

I am a 27 yo female. I've been having joint pain for several years now. I've seen a rheumatologist twice now, but he doesn't really think I have any rheumatological illness. XXXXXXX is positive (but I have hashimoto's... View answer

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Dr. Kakkar S. MD

Follow up for Dr. Kakkar S.: You said that LS is a self limiting condition and that it may take several attempts to see if the condition has ceased or worn out. Could you explain what you mean. Also, my dermatologist has... View answer

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Dr. Shruti Rijhwani MD

autoimmune disorder?? one in which is related to the skin rashes, GI symptoms ( heartburn , etc.) and mild ... View answer

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Dr. Riyaz Sheriff MD

I have been diagnoses with an autoimmune disease. Now... I dont understand proteins are associated and present on my cells . I have heard it could be numerous things including, complement proteins, antibody ... View answer

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Dr.   Esmeralda  Sera MD

from large family with history of autoimmune disorders; is it possible that I too have an intercurrent ... View answer

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Dr. Saranya Ramadoss MD

like an autoimmune disease. Could it be or am I just ahead of myself? ... View answer

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Dr. Bhagyesh V. Patel MD

kind of autoimmune disease i am wating to see a consultant - could these be linked? thank you. ... View answer

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Dr.  Shailja Puri MD

an autoimmun disease? Coz i hv keloids. N if yes do i need to do d full course. N hw much tym does it takes ... View answer

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Dr. Shanthi.E MD

it would heal. Take multivitamin supplement with vitamin C like tablet Limcee for a week to two. Avoid extremely hot and cold food. Consume more of citrus fruits and vegetables for faster healing.

Dr. Naveen Kumar Sharma MD

Autoimmune disease is a group of disease where there is falt in defense mechanism of the body , there are antibody production against the organs of body. So there can be various symptoms are involved.

Dr. Kaushal Bhavsar MD

Yes it can be negative in 1-2% of cases. They are known as seronegative arthritis. Please hit thanks.