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Rheumatoid Arthritis Rashes: Pictures, Symptoms, and Treatments
 
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Rheumatoid Arthritis Rashes: Pictures, Symptoms, and Treatments
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Dermatology & Skin Diseases : Arthritis Skin Problems
 
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There are some diseases that can cause both arthritis and skin rashes as part of the disease, including psoriasis and rheumatoid arthritis. Discover symptoms that may arise as a result of arthritis and skin problems with help from a board-certified dermatologist in this free video on skin care and dermatology.
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This Home Remedies Fight itchiness, rashes this Summer
 
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Can define the rash, for the area of ​​red and red skin. Sometimes this may indicate a deeper level of underlying disease. Some types of rashes are itchy and painful. The most common causes of rash are currently in the clothing, elastic products, and rubber and latex materials, dyes, soaps, detergents, cosmetics, heat, food allergy, insect bites, certain drugs and cotinus, poisonous oak trees, Chemical substances in plants. Skin rash can also occur a lot of medical conditions such as pustules, eczema, herpes zoster, psoriasis, lupus erythematosus, childhood viral infections and rheumatoid arthritis. Most types of rash can handle rash household remedy s help. Skin care plays an important role in the treatment of skin rash. Do not rub or scratch your skin. It is best to use mild detergent soap. Directly on your rash will never apply any cosmetics. Try to be exposed as often as possible in the air affected area. Stress can worsen your rash and try to do some relaxing training to get relief from stress. If you have hot rash, wear loose cotton clothes. Drink plenty of lime juice can help you relieve your prickly rash. You can also apply the full strength lemon juice directly from the rash itch from the relief.
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Everyone Should Watch Out For These 8 Signs of Parasitic Infection!
 
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Everyone Should Watch Out For These 8 Signs of Parasitic Infection! Subscribe To Our YouTube Channel for latest Health videos.. Subscribe Now*--~''^---*"--~*.:: https://goo.gl/hMCJ02 Like and Share in Our Facebook page : https://goo.gl/xa99Ke ****••****••****•****•*****••****•****•*****••****•****•*****• Like * Comment* Tag * Share * Subscribe * ****••****••****•****•****••****•****•*****••****•****•*****• Parasites have been an incessant source of health-related issues for humans ever since the beginning of human existence. Nowadays, the occurrence of health problems associated with parasites has significantly decreased as health standards are much higher than they used to be in the distant past. Nevertheless, not even our highly advanced world with its highly advanced technology can completely eradicate these pesky critters. Therefore, even today, parasites can be found everywhere! Dyes, PCBs, asbestos, benzene, and various heavy metals are all common pollutants, which may impair the function of our immune systems, thereby inhibiting our bodies’ proper response to parasites. When this happens, the occurrence of a parasitic infection is almost inevitable. Although infection with parasites might be life-threatening, this is not so in all cases. There are parasites that may not put your life at risk, however, dreadful symptoms may arise even from these. As parasitic infections are dangerous, we strongly advise that you watch out for the following eight symptoms. Watch Out For These 8 Symptoms of Parasitic Infection Skin Conditions Parasitic mites are tiny creatures which are related to ticks. These parasites burrow into your skin and lay eggs, often triggering allergic reaction with symptoms like rashes, bumps, eczema, and hives. Alarmingly, several studies suggest that 4 out of 5 American homes have detectable levels of mites. Mites usually thrive in carpets, linings, and drapes. Fatigue Dr. Leo Galland, M.D., a board-certified internist and a world leader in integrated medicine, has found the reason behind the chronic fatigue experienced in most of his patients was the presence of internal parasites. In most cases, the main cause is the protozoa class of parasite, which often reside in drinking water. Insomnia A common reason for the occurrence of insomnia is roundworm infection. These parasitic worms reside in soil and can enter your body through your mouth or skin, and then infest your gut. Roundworm infection is commonly accompanied by insomnia, as these parasites may wreak havoc on your organ by destroying the ‘good’ bacteria. Anemia One of the most common blood disorders in the United States is anemia, a condition which is characterized by lack of red blood cells in the blood. This disorder often occurs due to hookworm infection. Hookworms are another type of parasitic worms, which infiltrate the body through skin and feed on blood. This causes reduction in your red blood cell count, which can further cause anemia. Joint Pain According to research published by the journal Rheumatology, polyarthritis is a major symptom of parasitic infection. Moreover, research from the journal Parasite Immunology links the presence of parasitic infection with the occurrence of inflammatory conditions such as rheumatoid arthritis, multiple sclerosis, and Crohn’s disease. Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) Research has found that a parasite known as blastocystis hominis resides in almost 50% of all patients suffering from IBS. This type of parasite is usually spread through oral-fecal contact. Therefore, if a chef fails to maintain proper hygiene and doesn’t wash their hands thoroughly after using the bathroom, they might expose the customers to this infection. Poor Digestion As Dr. Oz explains, the main culprit of severe digestive symptoms, such as abdominal pain and cramping, is the presence of intestinal parasites. This type of parasites include tapeworm, ascariasis, and pinworm. Weight Issues According to the findings of a recent study, the protozoan class of parasites may cause metabolic syndrome. One of the major symptoms of this issue is obesity. Do you have any of the above symptoms? If you do, it is best to consult your doctor right away and prevent any further complications. ==================== Disclaimer: The materials and the information contained on All About Your Health channel are provided for general and educational purposes only and do not constitute any legal, medical or other professional advice on any subject matter. These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA and are not intended to diagnose, treat or cure any disease. Always seek the advice of your physician or other qualified health provider prior to starting any new diet or treatment and with any questions you may have regarding a medical condition. If you have or suspect that you have a medical problem, promptly contact your health care provider.
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7 Common Types of Inflammatory Arthritis
 
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7 Common Types of Inflammatory Arthritis 1. Rheumatoid Arthritis Rheumatoid arthritis is by far the most common type of inflammatory arthritis, affecting approximately 1 to 2 million people in the United States alone. In those with rheumatoid arthritis, the Mayo Clinic says the immune system “attacks the lining of the joint capsule,” called the synovial membrane. As the synovial membrane is attacked, the source says it “becomes inflamed and swollen,” which causes the pain and discomfort associated with the condition. Over time, the cartilage and bone within the joint can become permanently damaged. This most commonly occurs within the hands, wrists and feet. 2. Ankylosing Spondylitis Ankylosing spondylitis is a type of inflammatory arthritis that primarily affects the joints in the spine, causing pain and stiffness in areas such as the lower back, buttocks and hips. According to the Arthritis Foundation, these symptoms tend to develop “slowly over several weeks or months.” Arthritis Research UK adds that ankylosing spondylitis can affect other areas of the body as well, causing chest pain, inflammation of the eyes or bowels, as well as fatigue. Although the condition can affect anyone, the source says it most commonly affects men in their late teens or 20s, particularly if they have a gene called HLA-B27. 3. Psoriatic Arthritis Approximately 30 percent of people who have psoriasis—a condition that causes itchy, scaly skin—will also develop psoriatic arthritis. Symptoms of this type of inflammatory arthritis typically include painful, swollen or stiff joints, particularly in the ankles, knees, fingers, toes or lower back. Swollen fingers or toes is also common, and is caused by inflammation in the joints and tendons. Other characteristics of the disorder include pain in the ligaments or tendons, discoloration and thickening of the nails, as well as fatigue. 4. Juvenile Idiopathic Arthritis Approximately 300,000 children in the United States have some form of arthritis, of which juvenile idiopathic arthritis is the most common. According to KidsHealth.org, the onset typically occurs between the ages of 6 months and 16 years old, and initial symptoms often include “joint pain or swelling or warm joints.” Although there is presently no cure for the seven different types of juvenile idiopathic arthritis, the Arthritis Foundation says that with an early diagnosis and aggressive treatment, remission is possible. 5. Systemic Lupus Erythematosus Inflammatory arthritis is among the most common symptoms that develop in people with lupus—an autoimmune disease that Healthline.com says “can affect your joints and many types of connective tissue in your body.” The source adds that the condition can also cause damage to the skin, lungs, kidneys, brain and other organs. Other symptoms commonly associated with systemic lupus erythematosus include joint pain, a butterfly-shaped rash on the face, hair loss, shortness of breath, and blood disorders such as anemia, leukopenia (low white blood cell count) and thrombosis (blood clots). 6. Gout Affecting an estimated 3.9 percent of American adults, gout is caused by the accumulation of urate crystals within the joints. A person’s risk of developing this type of inflammatory arthritis is affected by factors such as age, diet, alcohol use, and whether or not it runs in their family. An incredibly painful condition, Healthline.com says symptoms of gout can include “redness, swelling, and intense pain in your toes, feet, ankles, knees, hands, or wrists,” although a joint in the big toe is most commonly affected. 7. Infectious or Reactive Arthritis The term ‘infectious arthritis’ refers to several different conditions that are caused by bacterial or viral infections. According to Arthritis-Health.com, these conditions include “rheumatic fever, Lyme disease, fungal arthritis, Fifth disease, tuberculosis arthritis, gonococcal arthritis, Cogan’s syndrome, Pott’s disease, spirochetal arthritis, and Sydenham’s chorea, among others.” In addition to joint pain and swelling, infectious arthritis often includes symptoms such as a fever and chills. Reactive arthritis, on the other hand, often occurs when “an infection in one part of your body causes inflammation in a joint elsewhere in your body,“ says Healthline.com. The source adds that the infection tends to start “in your bladder or sexual organs.” See Our Another Vedeos: 1. Signs and Symptoms of Fibromyalgia,....: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dNrjXC3jMfI Subcribe my chanel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCYWEoxZsBePnM-qQ3b5Ew9g?sub_confirmation=1
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Lupus and Skin Rash
 
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Many lupus suffers have skin rash. Cleveland Clinic rheumatologist, Howard Smith, MD, discusses different types of lupus skin rashes, tips to avoid flare ups as well as treatments and medication. Clinical Achievements 2013 ➨ Visit Cleveland Clinic: http://bit.ly/XlxDfr ➨ Visit Health Hub from Cleveland Clinic: http://bit.ly/VBQ3nW ➨ Subscribe to our YouTube Channel: http://bit.ly/W0bJ0y ➨ Like Cleveland Clinic on Facebook: http://on.fb.me/WMFkul ➨ Follow Cleveland Clinic on Twitter: http://bit.ly/Uua1Gs ➨ Follow Cleveland Clinic on Google+: http://bit.ly/136vcTe ➨ Follow Cleveland Clinic on Instagram: http://bit.ly/12gMABx ➨ Connect with Cleveland Clinic on LinkedIn: http://linkd.in/120XfNs ➨ Follow Cleveland Clinic on Pinterest: http://bit.ly/11QqS3A
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WHAT HUMIRA DID TO ME!!!!!!!!
 
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Hi my name is Natalie I am 27yrs old, humira did a lot of damage to my body and I am finally willing to share my story. Part 2 will be comming soon. Today my face is cleared up but now my hands are starting again. This drug helps so many ppl with many different inflammatory pormblems but for me it did more damage then good. I suffered for a long time with the side effects and still am to this day! I started the drug Feb 2011, by Aug 2011 I was told I had serrum sickness and needed to be taken off it right away. Side effects should of went away but instead they got worse and worse. Feel free to comment but please remember I had to live like this so please be respectful. Share to facebook twitter anywhere I am finally willing to share this with the world
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7 Common Types of Inflammatory Arthritis
 
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7 Common Types of Inflammatory Arthritis 1. Rheumatoid Arthritis Rheumatoid arthritis is by far the most common type of inflammatory arthritis, affecting approximately 1 to 2 million people in the United States alone. In those with rheumatoid arthritis, the Mayo Clinic says the immune system “attacks the lining of the joint capsule,” called the synovial membrane. As the synovial membrane is attacked, the source says it “becomes inflamed and swollen,” which causes the pain and discomfort associated with the condition. Over time, the cartilage and bone within the joint can become permanently damaged. This most commonly occurs within the hands, wrists and feet. 2. Ankylosing Spondylitis Ankylosing spondylitis is a type of inflammatory arthritis that primarily affects the joints in the spine, causing pain and stiffness in areas such as the lower back, buttocks and hips. According to the Arthritis Foundation, these symptoms tend to develop “slowly over several weeks or months.” Arthritis Research UK adds that ankylosing spondylitis can affect other areas of the body as well, causing chest pain, inflammation of the eyes or bowels, as well as fatigue. Although the condition can affect anyone, the source says it most commonly affects men in their late teens or 20s, particularly if they have a gene called HLA-B27. 3. Psoriatic Arthritis Approximately 30 percent of people who have psoriasis—a condition that causes itchy, scaly skin—will also develop psoriatic arthritis. Symptoms of this type of inflammatory arthritis typically include painful, swollen or stiff joints, particularly in the ankles, knees, fingers, toes or lower back. Swollen fingers or toes is also common, and is caused by inflammation in the joints and tendons. Other characteristics of the disorder include pain in the ligaments or tendons, discoloration and thickening of the nails, as well as fatigue. 4. Juvenile Idiopathic Arthritis Approximately 300,000 children in the United States have some form of arthritis, of which juvenile idiopathic arthritis is the most common. According to KidsHealth.org, the onset typically occurs between the ages of 6 months and 16 years old, and initial symptoms often include “joint pain or swelling or warm joints.” Although there is presently no cure for the seven different types of juvenile idiopathic arthritis, the Arthritis Foundation says that with an early diagnosis and aggressive treatment, remission is possible. 5. Systemic Lupus Erythematosus Inflammatory arthritis is among the most common symptoms that develop in people with lupus—an autoimmune disease that Healthline.com says “can affect your joints and many types of connective tissue in your body.” The source adds that the condition can also cause damage to the skin, lungs, kidneys, brain and other organs. Other symptoms commonly associated with systemic lupus erythematosus include joint pain, a butterfly-shaped rash on the face, hair loss, shortness of breath, and blood disorders such as anemia, leukopenia (low white blood cell count) and thrombosis (blood clots). 6. Gout Affecting an estimated 3.9 percent of American adults, gout is caused by the accumulation of urate crystals within the joints. A person’s risk of developing this type of inflammatory arthritis is affected by factors such as age, diet, alcohol use, and whether or not it runs in their family. An incredibly painful condition, Healthline.com says symptoms of gout can include “redness, swelling, and intense pain in your toes, feet, ankles, knees, hands, or wrists,” although a joint in the big toe is most commonly affected. 7. Infectious or Reactive Arthritis The term ‘infectious arthritis’ refers to several different conditions that are caused by bacterial or viral infections. According to Arthritis-Health.com, these conditions include “rheumatic fever, Lyme disease, fungal arthritis, Fifth disease, tuberculosis arthritis, gonococcal arthritis, Cogan’s syndrome, Pott’s disease, spirochetal arthritis, and Sydenham’s chorea, among others.” In addition to joint pain and swelling, infectious arthritis often includes symptoms such as a fever and chills. Reactive arthritis, on the other hand, often occurs when “an infection in one part of your body causes inflammation in a joint elsewhere in your body,“ says Healthline.com. The source adds that the infection tends to start “in your bladder or sexual organs.” Help us to be better SUBSCRIBE for more videos here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCBKaaYvjeWaaOjNQyIfBCSw?sub_confirmation=1 More from Natural Cures: -https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fGCeGG_rO4o -https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Zze_sUJbnEk -https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3jmZ6u_yy3s Backsound Free Royalty Licence by
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Get Rid of the Cause of Psoriasis Nutritionally
 
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Take Dr. Berg's Advanced Evaluation Quiz: http://bit.ly/EvalQuiz Your report will then be sent via email analyzing 104 potential symptoms, giving you a much deeper insight into the cause-effect relationship of your body issues. It's free and very enlightening. Dr. Berg talks about psoriasis. This is an auto-immune condition and is not really not a skin problem, but a gut problem. RECOMMENDATIONS; 1. L-Glutamine - this helps strengthens the gut lining, feeds the coon gut cells and increases the mucus lining. Take 10 grams per day on an empty stomach 3x per day but gradually start with 1x per day for a few days and eventually increase to 3x per day - empty stomach 2. Tamanu oil - this oil is fantastic for healing the skin. it has anti-bacterial effects and acts as a natural anti-biotic (lactone). This can be applied topically. 3. Vitamin D3 and K2 - take 10,000IU of D3 and 100mcg of K2 (MK7) - I have this combo in my formula https://shop.drberg.com/d3-k2-vitamin-regular DR. BERG'S VIDEO BLOG: http://www.drberg.com/blog FACEBOOK: http://www.facebook.com/DrEricBerg TWITTER: http://twitter.com/DrBergDC YOUTUBE: https://www.youtube.com/user/drericberg123 ABOUT DR. BERG: http://www.drberg.com/dr-eric-berg/bio DR. BERG'S SEMINARS: http://www.drberg.com/seminars DR. BERG'S STORY: http://www.drberg.com/dr-eric-berg/story DR. BERG'S CLINIC: https://www.drberg.com/dr-eric-berg/clinic DR. BERG'S HEALTH COACHING TRAINING: http://www.drberg.com/weight-loss-coach DR. BERG'S SHOP: http://shop.drberg.com/ DR. BERG'S REVIEWS: http://www.drberg.com/reviews The Health & Wellness Center 4709 D Pinecrest Office Park Drive Alexandria, VA 22312 703-354-7336 Disclaimer: Dr. Berg does not diagnose, treat or prevent any medical conditions; instead he helps people create their health to avoid health problems. He works with their physicians, which regular their medication. This video is not designed to and does not provide medical advice, professional diagnosis, opinion, treatment or services to you or to any other individual. Through my videos, blog posts, website information, I give suggestions for you and your doctor to research and provide general information for educational purposes only. The information provided in this video or site, or through linkages to other sites, is not a substitute for medical or professional care, and you should not use the information in place of a visit, call consultation or the advice of your physician or other healthcare provider. The Health & Wellness and Dr. Eric Berg, D.C. are not liable or responsible for any advice, course of treatment, diagnosis or any other information, services or product you obtain through this video or site.
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Rheumatoid myths.  Rosacea.   Makeup that helps.
 
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Side Effects of Prednisone - That You Should Be Aware Of Before Using ❗
 
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side effects of prednisone is used to treat conditions such as arthritis, blood disorders, breathing problems, severe allergies, skin diseases, cancer, eye problems, and immune system disorders. Prednisone long term side effects belongs to a class of drugs known as corticosteroids. It decreases your immune system's response to various diseases to reduce symptoms such as swelling and allergic-type reactions. Prednisone side effects in men may weaken your immune system. A weakened immune system makes you more likely to get infections. More common side effects The more common side effects that occur with prednisone side effects short term include: confusion excitement restlessness headache nausea vomiting thinning skin acne trouble sleeping weight gain severe allergic reactions changes in emotions or moods, such as depression changes in vision eye pain infection, with symptoms such as: fever or chills cough sore throat trouble or pain in passing urine high blood sugar, with symptoms such as: increased thirst passing urine more often feeling sleepy or confused swelling of your ankles or feet The most commonly reported adverse effects associated with corticosteroid use include fluid retention, alteration in glucose tolerance, high blood pressure, behavior and mood changes, increased appetite and weight gain. Side effects of prednisone and other corticosteroids range from mild annoyances to serious, irreversible organ damage, and they occur more frequently with higher doses and more prolonged treatment. Common side effects include: Retention of sodium (salt) and fluid Weight gain on prednisone High blood pressure Loss of potassium Headache Muscle weakness Nausea Vomiting Acne Thinning skin moon face Serious side effects include: Hiccups Puffiness of the face (moon face) Growth of facial hair Thinning and easy bruising of the skin Impaired wound healing Glaucoma Cataracts Ulcers in the stomach and duodenum Worsening of diabetes Irregular menses Rounding of the upper back ("buffalo hump") Obesity Retardation of growth in children Convulsions Anaphylaxis (severe allergic reactions like hives, itching, skin rash, swollen lips/tongue/face) Vision changes Congestive heart failure Heart attack Pulmonary edema Syncope Tachycardia Thrombophlebitis Vasculitis Allergic dermatitis Low blood pressure Amenorrhea (lack of menstruation) Newly onset diabetes Hyperglycemia Hypothyroidism Pancreatitis Anemia Amnesia This drug also causes psychiatric disturbances, which include: what is considered a high dose of prednisone Depression Euphoria Insomnia Mood swings Personality changes Psychotic behavior Other possible serious side effects of this drug include: Prednisone short term dosage and diabetes: is associated with new onset or manifestations of latent diabetes, and worsening of diabetes. Diabetics may require higher doses of diabetes medications while taking. Allergic reaction: Some people may develop a severe allergic reaction (anaphylaxis) to prednisone withdrawal after 5 days that includes swelling of the airways (angioedema) that may result in shortness of breath or airway blockage. Immune suppression: Prednisone 60 mg for 5 days side effects suppresses the immune system and, therefore, increases the frequency or severity of infections and decreases the effectiveness of vaccines and antibiotics. Osteoporosis: Prednisone may cause osteoporosis that results in fractures of bones. Patients taking long-term prednisone often receive supplements of calcium and vitamin D to counteract the effects on bones. Calcium and vitamin D probably are not enough, however, and treatment with bisphosphonates such as alendronate (Fosamax) and risedronate (Actonel) may be necessary. Calcitonin (Miacalcin) also is effective. The development of osteoporosis and the need for treatment can be monitored using bone density scans. Adrenal insufficiency and weaning off prednisone: Prolonged use of prednisone and other corticosteroids causes the adrenal glands to atrophy (shrink) and stop producing the body's natural corticosteroid, cortisol. tapering off prednisone after short term use Necrosis of hips and joints: A serious complication of long-term use of allergic reaction Prednisone is aseptic necrosis of the hip joints. Aseptic necrosis is a condition in which there is death and degeneration of the hip bone. It is a painful condition that ultimately can lead to the need for surgical replacement of the hip. Aseptic necrosis also has been reported in the knee joints. The estimated incidence of aseptic necrosis among long-term users of corticosteroids is 3%-4%. Patients taking corticosteroids who develop pain in the hips or knees should report the pain to their doctors promptly. Patient Advice Medical Disclaimer: It is always advised that Patients should check with their healthcare provider before starting any new medications, including herbal supplements and over the counter products, or receiving any vaccinations.
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What a Dermatomyositis Rash Looks Like - Autoimmune Disease
 
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Watch this short video of my dermatomyositis flare and learn the signs and symptoms of Dermatomyositis. This video was made to help educate the public and healthcare community about myositis. Dermatomyositis is an uncommon autoimmune disease. People with Dermatomyositis have a variety of different symptoms. Some people have muscle weakness, others are hypo (little) or amyopathic (no muscle weakness). Some people have more than one autoimmune disease and this can be confusing for doctors and patients. My first symptoms of Dermatomyositis (amyopathic / hypo-myopathic) came in 2008 as mild muscle weakness and a rash on my eye lids, face, and neck. The rash is caused by inflammation in small blood vessels. I have also been diagnosed with Rheumatoid Arthritis, Discoid Lupus and Sjogren's Syndrome. DM photos ~ instagram.com/autoimmuneartist ~ Since making this video, proper treatment has helped the rash on my face and neck clear up almost entirely but this disease doesn’t go away.
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The 10 Common Symptoms of Lupus
 
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The 10 Common Symptoms of Lupus 1. Skin Rash Skin rashes are very common in individuals suffering from autoimmune diseases. In the case of lupus, a type of rash known as a malar rash or a butterfly rash typically forms on the ears, arms, chest, and face. These rashes are particularly common in the cheeks and across the nose, and usually take the shape of a red, blotchy set of butterfly wings. The rash is not really itchy; it is just visually troublesome and it can be exacerbated by prolonged exposure to heat and/or sunlight. Because this rash has an autoimmune cause, it will not respond well to topical treatments or other frontline interventions. Your doctor may be unable to find a root cause of the rash upon initial investigation, prompting lupus to be considered later in the diagnostic process. In many cases, the rash is localized to a small area at first, then spreads out to other parts of the body. 2. Oral & Nasal Lesions The large majority of lupus suffers report the painful development of sores or lesions inside the mouth or nose. The mouth sores are very similar to canker sores, which can make eating, drinking, and speaking very painful. In the case of sores located within the nostrils, breathing may become restricted, and the patient may experience pain and tenderness when coming in contact with the lesions. A related symptom can result from light exposure, or photosensitivity. Some people with lupus can develop lesions on their skin surfaces after prolonged periods in the sun, while others report that their skin problems seem to get worse after going outside on a sunny day. The link between lupus, skin lesions and sunlight isn’t fully understood by doctors, but the bottom line is that if you start to experience these symptoms, you should visit your physician for an explanation. 3. Joint Inflammation One of the most common symptoms of lupus is pain and inflammation in the joints—particularly in the hands, legs, feet, ankles, hips, and knees. Joint inflammation is typically one of the first signs of lupus, and a normally energetic person may suddenly suffer from extreme joint pain and weakness. Of all the symptoms of lupus, this is the one that usually prompts people to visit their doctor to get a definitive diagnosis. Joint pain and inflammation results from the body mistaking its own tissues for outside intruders. The immune system then attacks them, resulting in inflammation and pain. While this pain is usually relatively mild, it can become severe, particularly if the underlying cause is not diagnosed or treated. In this regard, lupus is similar to rheumatoid arthritis, which has a very similar mechanism of action. The good news is that medications can reduce the severity of these symptoms. 4. Photosensitivity As mentioned, lupus patients may develop blisters as the result of sun exposure, or have existing lesions and skin abnormalities flare up when they stay outside for prolonged periods of time on a sunny day. However, the photosensitivity associated with lupus and other autoimmune disorders can present itself in a variety of other ways. Normally, sunlight makes people happy and boosts their enjoyment of the outdoors. However, people with lupus may experience headaches or other intolerances to bright light and sunshine, and these symptoms may seem to come on abruptly, with little prior notice. In other words, they can affect people who otherwise lead normal, active and healthy lives, and people who have no history of photosensitivity or problems associated with sunlight exposure. If you experience these symptoms, you should have your doctor check them out to find out why they are occurring. 5. Fever & Headache 6. Chest Pain 7. Hair Loss 8. Blue Fingers 9. Fatigue 10. Kidney Problems Help us to be better SUBSCRIBE for more videos here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCYWEoxZsBePnM-qQ3b5Ew9g?sub_confirmation=1 More from Health Zone+: -https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_oevk6I1vI0 -https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4CKqcp2LQbM -https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=42cHCu7xYbg The 10 Common Symptoms of Lupus By Health Zone + Backsound Free Royalty Licence by Vexento
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Severe Eczema Rashes
 
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7 Common Types of Inflammatory Arthritis
 
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7 Common Types of Inflammatory Arthritis 1. Rheumatoid Arthritis Rheumatoid arthritis is by far the most common type of inflammatory arthritis, affecting approximately 1 to 2 million people in the United States alone. In those with rheumatoid arthritis, the Mayo Clinic says the immune system “attacks the lining of the joint capsule,” called the synovial membrane. As the synovial membrane is attacked, the source says it “becomes inflamed and swollen,” which causes the pain and discomfort associated with the condition. Over time, the cartilage and bone within the joint can become permanently damaged. This most commonly occurs within the hands, wrists and feet. 2. Ankylosing Spondylitis Ankylosing spondylitis is a type of inflammatory arthritis that primarily affects the joints in the spine, causing pain and stiffness in areas such as the lower back, buttocks and hips. According to the Arthritis Foundation, these symptoms tend to develop “slowly over several weeks or months.” Arthritis Research UK adds that ankylosing spondylitis can affect other areas of the body as well, causing chest pain, inflammation of the eyes or bowels, as well as fatigue. Although the condition can affect anyone, the source says it most commonly affects men in their late teens or 20s, particularly if they have a gene called HLA-B27. 3. Psoriatic Arthritis Approximately 30 percent of people who have psoriasis—a condition that causes itchy, scaly skin—will also develop psoriatic arthritis. Symptoms of this type of inflammatory arthritis typically include painful, swollen or stiff joints, particularly in the ankles, knees, fingers, toes or lower back. Swollen fingers or toes is also common, and is caused by inflammation in the joints and tendons. Other characteristics of the disorder include pain in the ligaments or tendons, discoloration and thickening of the nails, as well as fatigue. 4. Juvenile Idiopathic Arthritis Approximately 300,000 children in the United States have some form of arthritis, of which juvenile idiopathic arthritis is the most common. According to KidsHealth.org, the onset typically occurs between the ages of 6 months and 16 years old, and initial symptoms often include “joint pain or swelling or warm joints.” Although there is presently no cure for the seven different types of juvenile idiopathic arthritis, the Arthritis Foundation says that with an early diagnosis and aggressive treatment, remission is possible. 5. Systemic Lupus Erythematosus Inflammatory arthritis is among the most common symptoms that develop in people with lupus—an autoimmune disease that Healthline.com says “can affect your joints and many types of connective tissue in your body.” The source adds that the condition can also cause damage to the skin, lungs, kidneys, brain and other organs. Other symptoms commonly associated with systemic lupus erythematosus include joint pain, a butterfly-shaped rash on the face, hair loss, shortness of breath, and blood disorders such as anemia, leukopenia (low white blood cell count) and thrombosis (blood clots). 6. Gout Affecting an estimated 3.9 percent of American adults, gout is caused by the accumulation of urate crystals within the joints. A person’s risk of developing this type of inflammatory arthritis is affected by factors such as age, diet, alcohol use, and whether or not it runs in their family. An incredibly painful condition, Healthline.com says symptoms of gout can include “redness, swelling, and intense pain in your toes, feet, ankles, knees, hands, or wrists,” although a joint in the big toe is most commonly affected. 7. Infectious or Reactive Arthritis The term ‘infectious arthritis’ refers to several different conditions that are caused by bacterial or viral infections. According to Arthritis-Health.com, these conditions include “rheumatic fever, Lyme disease, fungal arthritis, Fifth disease, tuberculosis arthritis, gonococcal arthritis, Cogan’s syndrome, Pott’s disease, spirochetal arthritis, and Sydenham’s chorea, among others.” In addition to joint pain and swelling, infectious arthritis often includes symptoms such as a fever and chills. Reactive arthritis, on the other hand, often occurs when “an infection in one part of your body causes inflammation in a joint elsewhere in your body,“ says Healthline.com. The source adds that the infection tends to start “in your bladder or sexual organs.”
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Can Rheumatoid Arthritis Affect Only One Joint?
 
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Rheumatoid arthritis symptoms you shouldn't ignore webmdwhat exactly is ra? The rheumatoid support network. 15 early symptoms & signs of rheumatoid arthritis (ra) medicinenet rheumatoid_arthritis symptoms article. Most people with ra can nerve stimulation therapy help rheumatoid arthritis? . Making a diagnosis of rheumatoid arthritis nras national. Other symptoms of lupus include pleurisy, butterfly facial rash, sun sensitive rashes, bacterial infections joints will cause severe pain and swelling only in the single webmd explains 10 important that could be warning signs complications rheumatoid arthritis or side effects medicine you take are result an autoimmune disorder causes inflammation joint tissue. Rheumatoid arthritis can affect many nonjoint structures, including skin 4 apr 2017 rheumatoid has a number of symptoms that patients should be careful palpation the joints help to distinguish swelling 15 jul 2016 often begins slowly with minor come learn more stiffness in mean you're using wrong ra are. Rheumatoid arthritis symptoms and causes mayo clinic. Early symptoms can begin to occur as early age 18. Signs and symptoms of rheumatoid arthritis vsfast facts about. Ra disease is characterized by chronic joint inflammation (in the fingers, hands, knees, feet, for example). About 40 percent of the people who have rheumatoid arthritis also experience signs and symptoms that don't involve joints. Lab tests aren't perfect you can test negative for ra factors and still have it. Signs and symptoms of rheumatoid arthritis health. This disease often occurs in more than one joint and can affect any the body. The early signs of rheumatoid arthritis (ra) healthline. In most cases, ra symptoms present in the smaller joints first 24 oct 2016 rheumatoid arthritis (ra) and fibromyalgia are two different conditions with ra, your will flare up, or come go, periodically if one knee hand has arthritis, usually other does too. Googleusercontent search. Here are some tricky rheumatoid arthritis symptoms and hints that they're due to 18 mar 2016 as the disease progresses, often spread wrists, knees, ankles, elbows, hips shoulders. You may have flare ups when your symptoms become worse than normal. University of maryland medical center. Mild or moderate forms of the disease with times when symptoms get worse and many diseases in addition to rheumatoid arthritis may cause joint pain. Early symptoms of the disease include fatigue and rheumatoid arthritis tend to come go. Common symptoms of 23 mar 2017 rheumatoid arthritis develop gradually and may include joint the condition can affect many tissues throughout body, but in most cases over several weeks or so. Rheumatoid arthritis symptoms foundation. Rheumatoid arthritis other causes of joint pain topic overview. Symptoms can range from mild to debilitating flares are common in ra sufferers and last for months. Htm url? Q webcache. Rheumatoid arthritis symptoms johns hopkins center. Early signs and symptoms of rheuma
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The 10 Common Symptoms of Lupus
 
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The 10 Common Symptoms of Lupus 1. Skin Rash Skin rashes are very common in individuals suffering from autoimmune diseases. In the case of lupus, a type of rash known as a malar rash or a butterfly rash typically forms on the ears, arms, chest, and face. These rashes are particularly common in the cheeks and across the nose, and usually take the shape of a red, blotchy set of butterfly wings. The rash is not really itchy; it is just visually troublesome and it can be exacerbated by prolonged exposure to heat and/or sunlight. Because this rash has an autoimmune cause, it will not respond well to topical treatments or other frontline interventions. Your doctor may be unable to find a root cause of the rash upon initial investigation, prompting lupus to be considered later in the diagnostic process. In many cases, the rash is localized to a small area at first, then spreads out to other parts of the body. 2. orall & Nasal Lesions The large majority of lupus suffers report the painful development of sores or lesions inside the mouth or nose. The mouth sores are very similar to canker sores, which can make eating, drinking, and speaking very painful. In the case of sores located within the nostrils, breathing may become restricted, and the patient may experience pain and tenderness when coming in contact with the lesions. A related symptom can result from light exposure, or photosensitivity. Some people with lupus can develop lesions on their skin surfaces after prolonged periods in the sun, while others report that their skin problems seem to get worse after going outside on a sunny day. The link between lupus, skin lesions and sunlight isn’t fully understood by doctors, but the bottom line is that if you start to experience these symptoms, you should visit your physician for an explanation. 3. Joint Inflammation One of the most common symptoms of lupus is pain and inflammation in the joints—particularly in the hands, legs, feet, ankles, hips, and knees. Joint inflammation is typically one of the first signs of lupus, and a normally energetic person may suddenly suffer from extreme joint pain and weakness. Of all the symptoms of lupus, this is the one that usually prompts people to visit their doctor to get a definitive diagnosis. Joint pain and inflammation results from the body mistaking its own tissues for outside intruders. The immune system then attacks them, resulting in inflammation and pain. While this pain is usually relatively mild, it can become severe, particularly if the underlying cause is not diagnosed or treated. In this regard, lupus is similar to rheumatoid arthritis, which has a very similar mechanism of action. The good news is that medications can reduce the severity of these symptoms. 4. Photosensitivity As mentioned, lupus patients may develop blisters as the result of sun exposure, or have existing lesions and skin abnormalities flare up when they stay outside for prolonged periods of time on a sunny day. However, the photosensitivity associated with lupus and other autoimmune disorders can present itself in a variety of other ways. Normally, sunlight makes people happy and boosts their enjoyment of the outdoors. However, people with lupus may experience headaches or other intolerances to bright light and sunshine, and these symptoms may seem to come on abruptly, with little prior notice. In other words, they can affect people who otherwise lead normal, active and healthy lives, and people who have no history of photosensitivity or problems associated with sunlight exposure. If you experience these symptoms, you should have your doctor check them out to find out why they are occurring. 5. Fever & Headache 6. Chest Pain 7. Hair Loss 8. Blue Fingers 9. Fatigue 10. Kidney Problems Help us to be better SUBSCRIBE for more videos here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCXdJqh4rOHguFcgwLlatjLw?sub_confirmation=1 More from Health Area: -https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WG2mJutazsE -https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RH6rdRQ9Ibc -https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3UtSQrsbnpQ The 10 Common Symptoms of Lupus By HEALTH AREA
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WHAT TO DO AFTER AUTOIMMUNE DISORDER DIAGNOSIS - 10 STEPS for Lupus/ Rheumatoid Arthritis
 
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Happiness is everything. In this video I provide 10 practical steps to be HAPPY after being diagnosed with an autoimmune disorder. This has come from my personal experience and I hope it helps. Leave your questions and experiences/tips below. 'In our weakness, we are made strong' 2 c o r i n t h i a n s Rheumatoid Arthritis: An autoimmune disorder that occurs when your immune system mistakenly attacks your own body's tissues. It is a chronic inflammatory disorder that affects the lining of your joints, causing a painful swelling that can eventually result in bone erosion and joint deformity. Lupus: A chronic inflammatory disease that can affect many different body systems — including your joints, skin, kidneys, blood cells, brain, heart and lungs. The most distinctive sign of lupus is a facial rash that resembles the wings of a butterfly unfolding across both cheeks. http://www.mayoclinic.org CONNECT with me! insta: http://instagram.com/nddamaka blog lyfe: http://nddamaka.blogspot.com tumble: http://ndidiamaka.tumblr.com snapchat: nddamaka Music: The Money https://soundcloud.com/freehiphopbeat...
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What is this rash and muscle pain
 
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Rash under the eyes, bumps on the knuckles and knees, pain in the legs or arms or stomach could be dermatomyositis. If you catch it in time, you can heal this potentially deadly disease!
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Lupus rash Half face make up look .
 
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Ive done a half face with my Younique makeup to cover my SLE rash. But just look at those lashes!
Betnesol Tablet is used for itch or rash, inflammation of skin, allergic disorders,
 
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How I got rid of Cutaneous Lupus
 
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Trisha Walker has suffered from Lupus for 19 years. After trying just about everything, she finally found something that worked! The Lupus has been clear for over 6 months now. Cheryl Lee MD TrueLipids by CherylLeeMD
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How to stop SKIN ITCHING problem naturally | Home Remedies for KHUJLI Treatment in Hindi video
 
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साथियों, खुजली किसी को भी परेशान कर सकती हैं। खुजली होने के बहुत से कारण हैं जैसे अगर खुजली लगातार हो रही है तो यह लिवर और किडनी की बीमारी भी हो सकती है। वैसे आमतौर पर स्किन मे इचिंग एलर्जी, स्किन रैशज और डर्माटिटीस (चर्म रोग) की वजह से होती है। इचिंग पूरे बदन में या किसी खास एक अंग में भी हो सकती है। प्रस्तुत विडीओ खुजली से सम्बन्धित हैं। आप से विनती है की आप इस विडीओ को अवश्य देखें, तथा जनहित में इस विडीओ को अधिक से अधिक शेयर करे, धन्यवाद। खुजली, दाद, खाज का घरेलु देसी रामबाण उपाय | Treatment for Itchy Skin, Skin Rashes, daad khujli, Learn how to stop itching skin at night. Acupressure Expert : Dr. Richa Varshney Sambhav Nature Cure Hospital, Lucknow, India Learn how to be your own doctor. Different Playlist links 1 Minute Treatment https://goo.gl/zrRDLb Interesting Facts with Acupressure Therapy https://goo.gl/8bhFe4 Links to all Playlists https://goo.gl/2DMBFG Links to other videos: Acupuncture treatment for the followings in Hindi - Weight Gain - https://goo.gl/CX6C6Q Hair fall - https://goo.gl/31K1uM Constipation - https://goo.gl/3TiRhy Knee Pain | Arthritis- https://goo.gl/S2S1j4 Memory and Concentration improvement- https://goo.gl/WbfVXW Remove Pimples from face- https://goo.gl/EsYta7 Throat Infection, Cough and Cold- https://goo.gl/Dx184V Self Confidence Booster - https://goo.gl/kwdrqs Neck Pain - https://goo.gl/9D9Tay Back Pain - https://goo.gl/ZtQjEM Leukorrhea (Leucorrhoea) - https://goo.gl/GDEU7R Reduce Stress Level - https://goo.gl/xjxnVX Urinary Tract Infection (UTI) - https://goo.gl/PMh36E Shoulder Pain- https://goo.gl/Mj7ULH Acupressure naturopathy treatment (Home remedy) #1minutetreatment (Be your own doctor - Free of cost treatment) #Acupressure #Acupuncture #Naturopathy #Doctor #Treatment #SambhavNatureCureHospital Dr. Richa Varshney Sambhav Nature Cure Hospital Lucknow India Email : sambhavcure@gmail.com Facebook: www.facebook.com/sambhavnaturecure FAQs: http://bit.ly/Sambhav_FAQs Disclaimer These videos are only intended for the informational purpose. Please make sure to consult your doctor before substituting this therapy with the prescribed one by your local doctor, diet, beauty, and healthcare professionals. Viewers are subjected to use the provided information at their own risk. This channel doesn’t take any responsibility for any harm, side-effects, illness or any health/ skin care problems caused due to the use of our content or anything related to this. Acupressure pressure points may benefit if used correctly, so if you are not putting the pressure at the shown point or failing to understand the exact point, please reach out to an Acupressure Expert before trying. Thanks!
How to Cover a Butterfly Rash
 
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In this video NewLifeOutlook community member Anna Scanlon (https://www.youtube.com/user/TheAnnainWonderland) shows us how to cover a butterfly rash with makeup. Join our community by 'Liking' us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/newlifeoutlook.lupus And please give us a 'thumbs up' if you'd like to see more! Don't forget to 'Subscribe!' Transcript: Hi everyone, my name is Anna Scanlon, and I am shooting this video for NewLifeOutlook. You may recognize my name from the articles that I write about lupus or rheumatoid arthritis, and today I am going to talk about how to cover up a butterfly rash with makeup. So the first thing that you are going to want to do is put on moisturizer. Now, I use a spray moisturizer, just because the other type of moisturizer makes me break out on my forehead. But you can use any type of moisturizer you would like. Once that moisturizer has dried, you are going to want to take a primer and the primer should be a green color. Now, the darker your skin the darker the green color you are going to want to use. So when you go pick out a primer, it's worth it to talk to someone at the makeup counter what type of primer is going to counteract the redness best. Using this is a key part of covering up the redness on your face, so you are definitely not going to want to skip this step! So you just kind of blend it into your face. When it is blended in to your satisfaction, you can put concealer on it, but it's totally up to you. I use a little bit of concealer just to conceal the redness a little bit more, but it's totally up to you; you don't have to. And so I just put a little bit on my nose, which is where the redness is mostly for me, and I blend that in. After that, you will put on your foundation. And I use kind of just a BB cream, which is a really light coverage, just because my butterfly rash isn't too pronounced. If you find that your rash is really, really visible, or raised, you can use something called Dermablend, which is formulated to cover tattoos but it can also cover rashes and redness and other things like that. So that is an option to use as a foundation. You can also check out Clinique's redness range, which is formulated to cover redness on the face. I am not advocating or suggesting that you use any type of foundation, it's totally up to you. Once you finish putting the foundation on your face, you will need to use a little bit of powder just to make it stay for the rest of the day. Once you have dabbed your powder on, you are ready to put on the rest of your makeup and you will be butterfly rash free! Thank you guys so much for watching this video for NewLifeOutlook, and I will see you in my next video! - Together we are strong.
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9 Signs Of Lupus All Women Should Be Able To Recognize
 
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9 Signs Of Lupus All Women Should Be Able To Recognize 1. Joint swelling and pain "Joint pains and joint swelling and stiffness in the morning," are all classic signs of lupus, Buyon says. It most commonly presents in the wrists, knuckles, and fingers. This also makes it easy to confused with rheumatoid arthritis. "The textbook difference between lupus and rheumatoid arthritis is that lupus can affect joints on one side and not the other, whereas RA usually affects both sides equally," Buyon explains. Swelling can also come and go with lupus and doesn't get progressively worse and disfiguring like it does in RA. "Lupus also tends to occur in younger patients." 2. Face rash Developing a skin rash when exposed to sunlight is a very characteristic symptom of lupus. It's called a butterfly rash and usually extends from the bridge of the nose, down the cheekbone, to the jawbone. 3. Water retention and bloody urine Kidney problems are another hallmark symptom and typically occur in more serious manifestations of the disease. The problem is, that someone can have deteriorating kidneys without knowing until it gets bad, Buyon says. Kidney problems can cause water retention, resulting a swollen or puffy feeling, and causing water-weight gain. It can also lead to bloody urine. 4. Chest pain Lupus often causes inflammation of the heart or its outer or inner linings. This results in shortness of breath, sharp chest pain, interrupted blood flow, and ultimately an increased risk for heart disease. Lupus can also affect both the inside of the lungs and the outside lining. "Some people say it hurts when they take a deep breath—that’s fluid around the lungs." If your chest is bothering you when you breathe, that's a red flag. 5. Fatigue It's a big symptom of lupus, but unfortunately, it can also represent a lot of different diseases. Lupus can cause blood problems like anemia, which result in low energy levels, and this overall feeling of exhaustion can come from any of the many things going on inside your body—having unhealthy kidneys or lungs or a heart can leave you exhausted. 6. Hair loss "It's often in the frontal region, and sometimes can cause embarrassing baldness" because of how drastic it is, Buyon says. It can also cause sores in the scalp. If you present with this symptom, you should also have your thyroid evaluated, Buyon says. Hair loss is a classic symptom of hypothyroidism. 7. Mouth sores Unlike a typical canker sore or abscess, these sores are usually painless, so many patients may not even know they have them, Buyon notes. They typically present on the roof of the mouth, and sometimes in the nose. 8. Seizures and memory loss Lupus can also attack the brain. "It can affect the brain, no question, you can have seizures, disorientation, become psychotic, and experience memory loss," Buyon says. While a lot of patients' brains are impacted by the disease, others don't experience these symptoms at all. 9. Mental health problems "I also think anxiety plays a big role because unlike any other sickness (besides IBD), you can be well today and sick and hospitalized tomorrow. That’s a scary thought. The unpredictable nature of one's health can be very anxiety provoking." Feeling unstable and also not knowing what's wrong makes matters even worse. Living with fear and anxiety about your health is par for the course with lupus, and even without other symptoms, is a sign enough that you need to talk to someone to figure out what's going on. 9 Signs Of Lupus All Women Should Be Able To Recognize
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Causes of Lupus - Causes of Lupus Arthritis -  What Causes Lupus Symptoms and Lupus Antibodies?
 
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http://www.lupuskiller.com/lupus-treatment - Visit the link and discover what causes lupus symptoms and lupus antibodies? Causes of Lupus - Causes of Lupus Arthritis - What Causes Lupus Symptoms and Lupus Antibodies? Causes of Lupus Lupus occurs when your immune system attacks healthy tissue in your body. It's likely that lupus results from a combination of your genetics and your environment. The cause for lupus in most cases, however, is unknown. Some potential triggers include: Hormones Because nine of every 10 occurrences of lupus are in females, researchers have looked at the relationship between estrogen and lupus. Environment Most researchers today think that an environmental agent, such as a virus or possibly a chemical, randomly encountered by a genetically susceptible individual, acts to trigger the disease. Genetics Researchers have now identified more than 50 genes which are more commonly seen in people with lupus than in those without the disease. Sunlight Exposure to the sun may bring on lupus skin lesions or trigger an internal response in susceptible people. Infections Having an infection can initiate lupus or cause a relapse in some people. causes of lupus - lupus treatment | causes of lupus flares. The causes of lupus arthritis is unknown What are the causes of lupus rash on skin: In general words, the causes of lupus are still mysterious You can embrace the common hidden causes of lupus and what Causes Lupus Symptoms and Lupus Antibodies? Very important due to the fact that being out in the sun unprotected is one of the biggest causes of Lupus flares, especially in the summertime. Download Lagu Lupus Treatment | Causes Of Lupus Flares Mp3 full gratis terbaru lengkap hanya disitus stafaband 3 (15:56). Low stress- One of the causes of lupus flares is stress. One of the biggest causes of Lupus flares is stress and it answers your query regarding what Causes Lupus Symptoms and Lupus Antibodies which is good for your health. The causes of lupus arthritis is unknown. Causes of Lupus Rash The exact causes of lupus are not known with certainty. What are the causes of lupus rash on skin: In general words, the causes of lupus are still mysterious. What causes lupus symptoms and lupus antibodies? What is systemic lupus erythematosus (sle)? What is lupus - lupus symptoms in women how to diagnose lupus.. He shares unique insight to causes of lupus destruction of function of the immune system and other topics. What causes lupus symptoms and lupus antibodies? Lupus can cause damage to the cause(s) of sle is (are) unknown however heredity viruses ultraviolet sometimes lupus can cause disease of the skin heart lungs the role of a latent viral infection in multiple sclerosis and systemic lupus ebv could probably trigger sle through increased replication or more frequent systemic lupus erythematosus (sle) is a rare autoimmune disease with an but infection in adolescence causes infectious mononucleosis (im) in this gives rise to the shedding of infectious virus into saliva that can infect lupus is an autoimmune disease that causes the immune system to it can be hard to diagnose because it can affect almost any organ in the body and its that normally protect the body against bacteria and viruses that cause infections sle is the most common type and is the type of lupus that can lead to serious systemic virus (ebv) the cause of mononucleosis and increased risk of lupus lyme disease is a bacterial infection contracted from the bite of a disease carrying tick. Although some people with lupus have only mild symptoms the disease is lifelong and can become severe below information will help you to get some more though about the subject the question of whether viruses play a causative role in lupus has been states that ebv causes lupus they certainly lead a great deal in the however the presence of genes predisposing a person to lupus does not which causes mononucleosis or mono ) herpes zoster virus (the virus that causes most researchers today think that an environmental agent such as a virus or while the environmental elements that can trigger lupus and cause flares aren't anyway if you want for more info you would better continue reading. To further complicate matters an infection can trigger a however an infection can still cause lupus even without a unique virus. lupus causes,causes of lupus,Causes of Lupus Arthritis,What Causes Lupus Symptoms and Lupus Antibodies,lupus,sle,health,lupus treatment,what causes lupus,causes of lupus flare ups,causes of lupus disease,causes of lupus symptoms,lupus causes death,lupus causes symptoms and treatment,lupus causes hair loss,lupus creepus,lupus symptoms,lupus rash,lupus rash on face,lupus rash on body,lupus rash pictures,lupus rash on legs,causes,cure for lupus disease
Sjögren's syndrome
 
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Sjögren's syndrome A chronic systemic inflammatory autoimmune disease that can cause death if : pulmonary infection, a lymphoma, or renal failure. T & B lymphocytes of the immune system invades the exocrine glands in your body. Eventually this invasion leads to ductal epithelial cell hyperplasia, which cause a duct obstruction. Later it leads to atrophy, fibrosis and hyalinization of acini. Still later there is atrophy and replacement with fat of parenchyma. The B lymphocytes can cause lymphoid follicles with germinal centers in the salivary glands.40 times more likely to develop B cell non-Hodgkin lymphomas. Females are affected more than males Symptoms: Alopecia (hairloss), Dry: skin, eyes, nose, mouth, respiratory tract, vagina. The dry skin can be treated with lubricants. The dry vagina can cause dyspareunia, which is a painful sexual intercourse. This can also be helped with lubricants. The dry eyes, also called keratoconjunctivits sicca for more than 3 month is an important sign for Sjögrens syndrome. The patient is usually complaining about bad vision, photosensitivity and irritation of the cornea. Tests: Schirmers test, Slit-lamp (tear film breakup time) The treatment for dry eyes: Avoiding drugs that cause dryness for example anticholinergics, diuretics, antihistamines, antidepressants, use artificial tears, or lubricant drops like, methylcellulose or hypromellose. Stimulate lubrication of the eyes locally with cAMP or cyclosporine 2% olive solution, or we can stimulate systemically with pilocarpine or cevimeline. tiny plugs placed in the tear drainage ducts, corneal transplantation. The dry mouth, or also called xerostomia of more than 3 months is also an important sign of Sjögrens syndrome. This patient is saying that she have a daily dry mouth with difficulty chewing, swallowing and even the taste of food is not as good as before. Treatment for dryness of mouth is to drink water daily to help swallowing for example. We can stimulate the salivary glands locally by sugarfree gum, lozenges, or mouthwash containing carboxymethylcellulose. We can also stimulate salivary glands systemically with drugs, like, Pilocarpine or cevimeline. We can avoid drugs that decrease salivary gland secretion, like anticholinergics, antidepressants or antihistamines. This patient also have tooth decay, which can be prevented by regular dental visits with topical fluoride application, or simply by keeping a good oral hygiene after each meal. She is complaining of secondary Candida infection. In this case we give topical nystatin, lozenges, or clotrimazole. Stones can appear in the salivary ducts, which have to be removed to preserve the salivary tissue. We can measure the saliva production, which will be low in Sjögrens syndrome, meaning less than 1,5 ml in 15 min. We can also use techniques like, salivary scintiscanning or sialography. Except dryness, the patient may present with enlarged parotid glands There are also extraglandular symptoms. So the most common is Arthralgias and arthritis. We treat it with hydroxychloroquine or methotrexate and prednisolone. Raynauds phenomenon can be seen, and its treated with nifedipine and gloves which protect from cold. Lymphadenopathy in the cervical or axillary region can be seen. Vasculitis can present itself as rashes on the skin called purpuras, which can be treated with glucocorticoids or immunosuppressive agents like Cyclophosphamide. Kidney diseases like interstitial nephritis, kidney stones, impaired concentrating ability or renal tubular acidosis. Bicarbonate replacement can be given for renal tubular acidosis. Chronic hepatobiliary diseases Risks of non-Hodgkin lymphomas can be 40 times higher in Sjögrens syndrome patients. This can be treated with antiCD20 therapy together with a CHOP regimen, which is a chemotherapy regimen consisting of Cyclophosphamide, Hydroxydaunorubicin, Oncovin (Vincristine), Prednisolone. Rarely splenomegaly or myositis may be seen. If we make blood tests, we can see leukopenia, anemia, an increased Erythrocyte sedimentation rate, and some autoantibodies. The autoantibodies are Rheumatoid factors and antinuclear antibodies called SS-A (Ro) and SS-B (La). Except blood tests, we can confirm that this is Sjögrens syndrome by taking a biopsy from the lip, more specifically from the minor salivary glands in the buccal mucosa. This will show in the microscope that lymphocytes have attacked the salivary glands There will be many large areas of lymphocytes with atrophy of the tissue. Genetic tests can show an association of Sjögrens syndrome with HLA DR3. Primary Secondary Rheumatoid arthritis, Systemic lupus erythematosus, Systemic sclerosis, mixed connective tissue disease, vasculitis, Hashimoto's thyroiditis, Polymyositis, primary biliary cirrhosis and Chronic autoimmune hepatitis.
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Gluten Sensitivity Symptoms and Side Effects
 
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For more on gluten sensitivity: http://draxe.com/gluten-sensitivity-diet/?utm_campaign=Youtube-Sept-2014&utm_medium=social&utm_source=youtube&utm_term=gluten In this video, I’m going to talk about what gluten sensitivity is, symptoms, and side effects. A few of the warning signs that indicate you are gluten sensitive are digestive issues, food allergies, autoimmune disease, chronic fatigue, fibromyalgia, weight gain, joint pain, arthritis, brain inflammation, ADHD, autism, hypothyroidism, or hormone imbalance. Gluten is a protein found in wheat, barley, and rye that has been hybridized today, resulting in a new breed of gluten. This protein gets into your gut and causes intestinal inflammation, resulting in autoimmune disease and other problems. If you're gluten sensitive and are going gluten free, you can follow the GAPS diet, which supports your digestive system. In addition, taking supplements like L- Glutamine, digestive enzymes, and probiotics will help your body heal from gluten sensitivity. Following these tips you will notice an overall improvement in your gluten sensitivity symptoms! For more information on the GAPS diet: https://draxe.com/gaps-diet-plan-protocol/ For more on gluten sensitivity: http://draxe.com/gluten-sensitivity-diet/ *This content is strictly the opinion of Dr. Josh Axe, and is for informational and educational purposes only. It is not intended to provide medical advice or to take the place of medical advice or treatment from a personal physician. All viewers of this content are advised to consult their doctors or qualified health professionals regarding specific health questions. Neither Dr. Axe nor the publisher of this content takes responsibility for possible health consequences of any person or persons reading or following the information in this educational content. All viewers of this content, especially those taking prescription or over-the-counter medications, should consult their physicians before beginning any nutrition, supplement or lifestyle program.
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Healing prayer for skin diseases, eczema, psoriasis, rashes, acne - John Mellor Healing Ministry
 
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Healing prayer for skin diseases, eczema, psoriasis, rashes, acne - John Mellor Healing Ministry. http://www.johnmellor.org. John Mellor, an International Australian Healing Evangelist. John Mellor has a gift of healing and miracles with a ministry of praying for the sick in Jesus' name. John Mellor sees many miracles and healings of every type of physical illness, emotional disorder and mental illness. John Mellor sees hundreds more testimonies at our YouTube Channel, John Mellor Ministries. If you would like to find out where John Mellor is ministering, see his itinerary at www.johnmellor.org.
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10 Best Home Remedies For Lupus Rash
 
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10 Best Home Remedies For Lupus Rash 1. Physical Exercise Procedure: Design a strict exercise regimen. Follow the exercise routine daily. Practice a mix of aerobics and yoga. Walking, jogging, cycling and swimming are great exercises. How does this work? Most of us know what a strict regimen of exercise can do for our well-being. Regular practice of aerobics and yoga help get rid of fatigue and add to muscle strength. Aerobics, in particular, are good for cardiovascular health and work wonders for people down with Lupus. Exercising should not be a strain on the system; hence it is better to train than strain. Prolonged physical exercise will build up the stamina and resistance power; hence a proper regimen of exercises will probably be the best of all home remedies for Lupus. 2. Probiotics Procedure: Consume a cup of homemade curd or yogurt every day. Include other dairy products in your daily diet. Continue with the Probiotics diet for a week. Extend the diet if results do not show. How does this work? Probiotics play a very important role in enhancing the immune system and strengthening it. They help contain the spread of the Lupus infection and prevent relapses from happening. A study conducted in 2009 has established beyond doubt that Probiotic lactobacilli are instrumental in controlling the spread of Lupus as they help regulate the cells and enhance the production of IL-10, which is a cytokine that has rich anti-inflammatory properties. While Probiotics has been recommended for various infections, it is probably one of the best home remedies for Lupus. 3. Flaxseed Oil Procedure: Mix 2 to 3 teaspoons of undiluted flaxseed oil in a glass warm water. Drink the mixture twice daily. Continue the treatment for a week or 10 days How does this work? Flaxseed oil contains a host of Omega 3 fatty acids that are great for controlling the inflammation caused by Lupus rashes. It has been used for treating chronic diseases and has proved to be an effective remedy. Consuming 2 to 3 teaspoons of flaxseed oil helps enhance the immune system and fight against infections successfully. No wonder then that flaxseed oil has been recommended as one of the best remedies for Lupus rash. 4. Grape Seed Extract Procedure: Take 2 teaspoons of grape seed extract in powder form. Mix it in a glass of warm water. Drink the mixture twice (once before bedtime) daily. Repeat the process for a week or so. How does this work? Grape seed extract is believed to have rich anti-oxidant properties. It is also an excellent anti-allergenic and helps control allergic rashes caused by an attack of Lupus. This great anti-inflammatory remedy helps fortify the blood vessels and enhances blood circulation, taking vital oxygen to all the affected cells in the body. Consuming grape seed extract regularly helps cure Lupus. Hence it is considered one of the best home remedies for Lupus rashes. 5. Ginger and Honey Procedure: Take 2 fingers of fresh ginger, wash and peel. Crush it and extract the juice. Mix ginger juice in 100 ml of pure, raw honey. Mix 2 teaspoons of ginger honey mixture in warm water. Drink the mixture before bedtime. Repeat the process for a week or so How does this work? Ginger is a powerful spice that is used to treat various ailments, including indigestion. It has been used extensively in treating symptoms of arthritis. This powerful anti-oxidant has excellent anti-inflammatory properties as well and is effective in controlling the swelling related with Lupus rashes. It offers instant relief from joint pain, and when mixed with honey its harshness is nullified. Honey is one of the most popular natural remedies that have excellent antibacterial and antibiotic properties. This powerful combo of ginger and honey is probably one of the best natural home remedies for Lupus. 6. Turmeric Milk 7. Basil Leaves 8. Epsom Salt 9. Coconut Oil 10. Apple Cider Vinegar Help us to be better SUBSCRIBE for more videos here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCAf3_EHAdrHMSxk6-7bHG9w?sub_confirmation=1 More from Tamam Health: -8 Symptoms of Rheumatoid Arthritis https://youtu.be/VnnvYaEuZVA -10 Early Signs of Lupus https://youtu.be/_uHju14c3NY -5 Common Symptoms Of Perimenopause https://youtu.be/R7jOfYE5TCA 10 Best Home Remedies For Lupus Rash By TAMAM HEALTH
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The 10 Common Symptoms of Lupus
 
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The 10 Common Symptoms of Lupus 1. Skin Rash Skin rashes are very common in individuals suffering from autoimmune diseases. In the case of lupus, a type of rash known as a malar rash or a butterfly rash typically forms on the ears, arms, chest, and face. These rashes are particularly common in the cheeks and across the nose, and usually take the shape of a red, blotchy set of butterfly wings. The rash is not really itchy; it is just visually troublesome and it can be exacerbated by prolonged exposure to heat and/or sunlight. Because this rash has an autoimmune cause, it will not respond well to topical treatments or other frontline interventions. Your doctor may be unable to find a root cause of the rash upon initial investigation, prompting lupus to be considered later in the diagnostic process. In many cases, the rash is localized to a small area at first, then spreads out to other parts of the body. 2. orall & Nasal Lesions The large majority of lupus suffers report the painful development of sores or lesions inside the mouth or nose. The mouth sores are very similar to canker sores, which can make eating, drinking, and speaking very painful. In the case of sores located within the nostrils, breathing may become restricted, and the patient may experience pain and tenderness when coming in contact with the lesions. A related symptom can result from light exposure, or photosensitivity. Some people with lupus can develop lesions on their skin surfaces after prolonged periods in the sun, while others report that their skin problems seem to get worse after going outside on a sunny day. The link between lupus, skin lesions and sunlight isn’t fully understood by doctors, but the bottom line is that if you start to experience these symptoms, you should visit your physician for an explanation. 3. Joint Inflammation One of the most common symptoms of lupus is pain and inflammation in the joints—particularly in the hands, legs, feet, ankles, hips, and knees. Joint inflammation is typically one of the first signs of lupus, and a normally energetic person may suddenly suffer from extreme joint pain and weakness. Of all the symptoms of lupus, this is the one that usually prompts people to visit their doctor to get a definitive diagnosis. Joint pain and inflammation results from the body mistaking its own tissues for outside intruders. The immune system then attacks them, resulting in inflammation and pain. While this pain is usually relatively mild, it can become severe, particularly if the underlying cause is not diagnosed or treated. In this regard, lupus is similar to rheumatoid arthritis, which has a very similar mechanism of action. The good news is that medications can reduce the severity of these symptoms. 4. Photosensitivity As mentioned, lupus patients may develop blisters as the result of sun exposure, or have existing lesions and skin abnormalities flare up when they stay outside for prolonged periods of time on a sunny day. However, the photosensitivity associated with lupus and other autoimmune disorders can present itself in a variety of other ways. Normally, sunlight makes people happy and boosts their enjoyment of the outdoors. However, people with lupus may experience headaches or other intolerances to bright light and sunshine, and these symptoms may seem to come on abruptly, with little prior notice. In other words, they can affect people who otherwise lead normal, active and healthy lives, and people who have no history of photosensitivity or problems associated with sunlight exposure. If you experience these symptoms, you should have your doctor check them out to find out why they are occurring. 5. Fever & Headache 6. Chest Pain 7. Hair Loss 8. Blue Fingers 9. Fatigue 10. Kidney Problems Help us to be better Like, Comment, Subscribe and invite all your friends to see our videos: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCUOF1_1_fY50PVN0TtItbDQ?sub_confirmation=1 More from Stay Healthy: 1. The Top 9 Signs That Your Infant May Have Autism. #6 Really Surprised Me! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wRLeGCR-I54 2. 10 Early Warning Signs and Symptoms of Parkinson's Disease https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UFgNPnRDogw 3. 16 Early Signs and Symptoms of Multiple Sclerosis https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IpMW-3KOZ_o The 10 Common Symptoms of Lupus By Stay Healthy
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The 10 Common Symptoms of Lupus
 
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The 10 Common Symptoms of Lupus 1. Skin Rash Skin rashes are very common in individuals suffering from autoimmune diseases. In the case of lupus, a type of rash known as a malar rash or a butterfly rash typically forms on the ears, arms, chest, and face. These rashes are particularly common in the cheeks and across the nose, and usually take the shape of a red, blotchy set of butterfly wings. The rash is not really itchy; it is just visually troublesome and it can be exacerbated by prolonged exposure to heat and/or sunlight. Because this rash has an autoimmune cause, it will not respond well to topical treatments or other frontline interventions. Your doctor may be unable to find a root cause of the rash upon initial investigation, prompting lupus to be considered later in the diagnostic process. In many cases, the rash is localized to a small area at first, then spreads out to other parts of the body. 2. Oral & Nasal Lesions The large majority of lupus suffers report the painful development of sores or lesions inside the mouth or nose. The mouth sores are very similar to canker sores, which can make eating, drinking, and speaking very painful. In the case of sores located within the nostrils, breathing may become restricted, and the patient may experience pain and tenderness when coming in contact with the lesions. A related symptom can result from light exposure, or photosensitivity. Some people with lupus can develop lesions on their skin surfaces after prolonged periods in the sun, while others report that their skin problems seem to get worse after going outside on a sunny day. The link between lupus, skin lesions and sunlight isn’t fully understood by doctors, but the bottom line is that if you start to experience these symptoms, you should visit your physician for an explanation. 3. Joint Inflammation One of the most common symptoms of lupus is pain and inflammation in the joints—particularly in the hands, legs, feet, ankles, hips, and knees. Joint inflammation is typically one of the first signs of lupus, and a normally energetic person may suddenly suffer from extreme joint pain and weakness. Of all the symptoms of lupus, this is the one that usually prompts people to visit their doctor to get a definitive diagnosis. Joint pain and inflammation results from the body mistaking its own tissues for outside intruders. The immune system then attacks them, resulting in inflammation and pain. While this pain is usually relatively mild, it can become severe, particularly if the underlying cause is not diagnosed or treated. In this regard, lupus is similar to rheumatoid arthritis, which has a very similar mechanism of action. The good news is that medications can reduce the severity of these symptoms. 4. Photosensitivity As mentioned, lupus patients may develop blisters as the result of sun exposure, or have existing lesions and skin abnormalities flare up when they stay outside for prolonged periods of time on a sunny day. However, the photosensitivity associated with lupus and other autoimmune disorders can present itself in a variety of other ways. Normally, sunlight makes people happy and boosts their enjoyment of the outdoors. However, people with lupus may experience headaches or other intolerances to bright light and sunshine, and these symptoms may seem to come on abruptly, with little prior notice. In other words, they can affect people who otherwise lead normal, active and healthy lives, and people who have no history of photosensitivity or problems associated with sunlight exposure. If you experience these symptoms, you should have your doctor check them out to find out why they are occurring. 5. Fever & Headache 6. Chest Pain 7. Hair Loss 8. Blue Fingers 9. Fatigue 10. Kidney Problems Help us to be better SUBSCRIBE for more videos here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCBKaaYvjeWaaOjNQyIfBCSw?sub_confirmation=1 More from Natural Cures: -https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fGCeGG_rO4o -https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Zze_sUJbnEk -https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3jmZ6u_yy3s The 10 Common Symptoms of Lupus By Natural Cures
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What Is Lyme Disease Arthritis?
 
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These symptoms include inflammation and muscle pain, the forecast for lyme disease, plus early symptoms, a photo of bull's eye rash, how it's treated, and, most importantly, to prevent it arthritis that often affects knee. Lyme disease arthritis foundation lyme is an infection caused by a bacterium that comes from deer ticks. If caught early, it is easily treated with antibiotics 7 oct 2016 when a patient presents history of lyme disease and joint pain, refractory arthritis seems reasonable, but then, this study warns prior to the use antibiotic therapy for treatment disease, about 60. Lyme disease american college of rheumatologylyme arthritis printopost lyme more than lyme? Signs and symptoms common dangerous you thinkproto magazine. Lyme disease symptoms and treatment of lyme webmd. Find out if what you have is ra or lyme disease webmd. Effective treatment of lyme disease related arthritis depends on signs and symptoms johns hopkins center. A small number of people eventually get chronic lyme arthritis, which causes recurring episodes swelling, redness, 15 feb 2017 how do rheumatoid arthritis and disease confused? Could you have been misdiagnosed? Learn can know for sure 2 2011 'lyme occurs commonly in patients with should be considered when evaluating joint complaints 27 mar 2012 the rash grow to over 20 cm diameter, specificity this sign diagnosis is probably improved information about what it is, getting diagnosed, treatment options, prevention tips other facts one diseases caused by bacterium borrelia burgdorferi (lyme borreliosis) transmitted bite hard an infectious not inherited. Seek medical attention if you observe any of these symptoms and have had a tick bite, 8 may 2015 lyme disease outbreaks are already being reported this spring, more began appearing slow heartbeat, arthritis pain, 3 2014 the idea that he might never crossed when siege finally prevented him from walking to work, 19 jul 2010 as some heard, i just recently found was misdiagnosed with rheumatoid (ra)anyone who disease, arthritis, fibromyalgia similar in ways, but treatments much different. Stages of lyme disease topic overview webmd. Lyme disease and rheumatoid arthritis vslyme practice essentials, background, etiology. Lyme disease arthritis foundation. Systemic arthritis after lyme disease diagnosis and treatment of ncbi niharthritis research uk. Getting the right diagnosis 29 jun 2017 lyme disease is a multisystem illness caused by infection with in patients late disease, typical physical finding arthritisLyme arthritis foundation. In addition, chronic lyme arthritis has been associated with certain genetic markers, suggesting an untreated or under treated disease can cause some people to develop including congestive heart failure, diabetes, multiple sclerosis and 25 sep 2016 persistent following may represent a new onset systemic autoimmune rather than refractory arthritis, 26 oct these include fever, rash, facial paralysis. If lyme disease isn't treated, around 60 per cent of patients will develop symptoms similar to arthritis. Misdiagnosed with rheumatoid arthritis (ra) my lyme disease story.
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Howto apply makeup to coverup face| Rashes caused by lupus & imperfections
 
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Rheumatoid Arthritis Disease Symptoms
 
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Sharing the symptoms that I had many years ago that led me to my Rheumatoid Arthritis diagnosis.
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Arthritis care | shingles increased risk
 
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Shingles… who’s at high risk for getting it? Next… Patients With RA, SLE May Face Higher Risk For Shingles. Nancy Wlash writing in Medpage Today reported that research published in the British Medical Journal suggests that individuals “with autoimmune diseases and certain other chronic conditions are at increased risk for shingles.” Researchers found that “among risk factors for herpes zoster was systemic lupus erythematosus, with an odds ratio of 1.72.” The investigators also found that “an increased risk of more than 30% was seen for rheumatoid arthritis (RA) at 1.46 and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) at 1.32.” Comment: Shingles can be devastating. Vaccination is appropriate for high risk individuals. http://youtu.be/JlSdaDyK8aA
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Lupus Skin - Lupus Skin Care - Lupus Skin Care Routine - Lupus Skin Routine Products
 
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http://www.lupuskiller.com/lupus-treatment - Visit the link and discover more about lupus skin pictures & cure. Lupus Skin - Lupus Skin Rash - Lupus Skin Rash Lesions Photos - Lupus Skin Images Lupus Skin If you have lupus, you're likely to have skin issues at some point, but treatment can bring relief. Your doctor will likely prescribe a topical medication, such as a steroid cream or gel, to clear up the problems. Sometimes steroid shots are used. You can also help prevent skin reactions, too. The best way is to use sunscreen to protect yourself from the sun's ultraviolet (UV) rays, and cover up! You can have skin lupus with or without having full-blown systemic lupus erythematosus (SLE), the most common kind of lupus. Be on the lookout for some of these rashes that can be caused by skin lupus. In some cases, your immune system may destroy hair follicles and make hair fall out for a time. New hair may sometimes grow in. A severe lupus flare can also make your hair fragile and brittle. This is most likely around the edge of your scalp. These happen when the blood vessels in your skin become inflamed and damaged. They may show up as small spots or larger knots. They may also show up as lines or spots of red or purple bumps in the folds of your fingernails or on your fingertips. Color Changes in Fingers and Toes Blood vessels in your fingers and toes can tighten and slow the flow of blood there. The tips of your fingers or toes may turn red, white, or blue in cold weather or a cold room. They may also tingle, hurt, or go numb. This problem is known as Raynaud's phenomenon. It helps to keep your toes and fingers warm by wearing mittens and thick socks. Lupus Skin, Lupus Skin Rash, Lupus Skin Rash Lesions Photos, Lupus Skin Images lupus skin - dermatology & skin diseases : lupus skin problems. Lupus Skin Itching: Lemon Juice Relieves Chilblains And Itchy Skin Find great deals for Orange Ribbon Lupus Skin Cancer Yellow S S T Shirt M Dermatology & skin diseases : lupus skin problems. Cider vinegar lupus,herbal remedies lupus,lupus skin rash treatment,sle cure in ayurveda,malar rash natural treatment,lupus skin rash natural treatment,. Lupus Skin Rash Treatment 1200x787 · Picture Of Systemic Lupus Erythematosus 493x335 · Lupus Disease Will Develop Some Sort Of Skin 378x257. Lupus Skin Rash Treatment, Lupus disease itching skin remedies. Slightly Discoid Lupus Skin Cancer stomach handle bland starch, whole feel herbicide related may consider. Find great deals for Orange Ribbon Lupus Skin Cancer Yellow S S T Shirt M. 10 · saving private ryan age rating · lupus skin itching · offer remote assistance auto accept. Lupus Skin Itching: Lemon Juice Relieves Chilblains And Itchy Skin. Cleveland clinic rheumatologist howard smith md discusses different types of lupus skin rashes tips to avoid flare ups as well as treatments and medication... The most common presentation for lupus is they start with having joint pains stiffness and swelling in the joints extreme fatigue exhaustion sun sensitivity and skin rash said dr. Lupus is an autoimmune disease that greatly affects the major organs of the body and it’s not yet understood why the skin and kidneys play such a crucial role. Lupus is not like or related to hiv (human immune deficiency virus) or aids (acquired immune deficiency syndrome). A tell-tale sign of lupus is a butterfly-shaped rash across the cheeks and bridge of the nose. Diagnosing lupus is difficult because no single test can definitively diagnose it. Find out how lupus can cause little red plaques in sun-exposed areas with help from a board-certified dermatologist in this free video on skin care and dermatology. With good medical care most people with lupus can lead a full life.. "the cause of lupus is unclear but they have concluded that there are maybe some genetic factors involved" said dr. A tell-tale sign of lupus is a butterfly-shaped rash across the cheeks and bridge of the nose. There are various types of skin lupus so you must be educated when speaking to your doctor. Lupus, the skin & hair - dr abby macbeth (east anglia lupus info day, oct 2013). Women of color are two to three times more likely to develop lupus than caucasians.. Ranju wadhwa a rheumatologist with lee memorial health system says lupus is a lifelong disease that patients are able to live with. Lupus is an auto immune disease where the body’s own immune system starts to attack healthy tissue. Skin Lupus Disease,Skin Lupus,Lupus Skin,Lupus Skin Care,Lupus Skin Care Routine,Lupus Skin Routine Products,lupus,health,skin,lupus symptoms,lupus skin rash,lupus skin disease,lupus skin rash images,lupus skin rash pictures,lupus skin symptoms pictures,lupus skin lesions photos,lupus skin rash photos,skin lupus erythematosus,skin lupus treatment,skin lupus causes,skin lupus symptoms,Skin Lupus Disease,lupus skin disease,lupus skin disease pictures
10 Early Signs of Lupus
 
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10 Early Signs of Lupus Fatigue A whopping 90 percent of people with lupus experience some level of fatigue, according to the Johns Hopkins Lupus Center. An afternoon nap does the trick for some people, but sleeping too much during the day can lead to insomnia at night. It may be hard to do, but if you can remain active and stick to a daily routine, you may be able to keep your energy levels up. Unexplained Fever One of the early signs of lupus is a low-grade fever for no apparent reason. Because it may hover somewhere between 98.5 and 101 degrees Fahrenheit, you won’t necessarily think to see a doctor. People with lupus may experience this type of fever in an on-again, off-again fashion. Low-grade fever could be a sign of inflammation, infection, or imminent flare-up. If you have recurrent, low-grade fevers, make an appointment to see your doctor. Hair Loss Thinning hair is often one of the first signs of lupus. Hair loss is the result of inflammation of the skin and scalp. Some people with lupus lose hair by the clump, but more often, hair thins out slowly. Some people also have thinning of the beard, eyebrows, eyelashes, and other body hair. Lupus can cause hair to feel brittle, break easily, and look a bit ragged, earning it the name “lupus hair.” Skin Rash or Lesions butterfly rash One of the most visible signs of lupus is the butterfly-shaped rash that appears over the bridge of the nose and both cheeks. About 50 percent of people with lupus have this rash, according to the Johns Hopkins Lupus Center. The rash can occur suddenly or appear after exposure to sunlight. Sometimes the rash appears just before a flare up. Pulmonary Issues Inflammation of the pulmonary system is another possible marker of lupus. Not only can the lungs themselves become inflamed, but the swelling can also extend to lung blood vessels. Even the diaphragm may be affected. These can all lead to chest pain when you try to breathe in, a condition often referred to as pleuritic chest pain. Kidney Inflammation People with lupus can develop a kidney inflammation called nephritis. Inflammation makes it harder for the kidneys to filter toxins and waste from the blood. According to the Lupus Foundation of America, nephritis usually begins within five years of the start of lupus. Painful, Swollen Joints Inflammation can cause pain, stiffness, and visible swelling in your joints, particularly in the morning. It may be mild at first, gradually becoming more obvious. Like other symptoms of lupus, joint problems can come and go. Gastrointestinal Problems Some people with lupus experience occasional heartburn, acid indigestion, or other gastrointestinal problems. Mild symptoms can be successfully treated with over-the-counter antacids. If you have frequent bouts of acid indigestion or heartburn, try cutting down on the size of your meals. Avoid beverages containing caffeine. Don’t lie down right after a meal. If symptoms continue, see your doctor so other conditions can be ruled out. Thyroid Problems It’s not uncommon for people with lupus to develop autoimmune thyroid disease. The thyroid helps control your body’s metabolism. A poorly functioning thyroid can affect vital organs like your brain, heart, kidneys, and liver. It can result in weight gain or weight loss. Other symptoms include dry skin and hair, as well as moodiness. Dry Mouth, Dry Eyes If you have lupus, you may have dry mouth. Your eyes may feel gritty and dry, too. That’s because some lupus patients develop Sjogren’s syndrome, another autoimmune disorder. Sjogren’s syndrome causes malfunctioning of the glands responsible for tears and saliva. In some cases, women with lupus may also experience dryness of the vagina.
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Skin issues with Fibromyalgia | Fibro Mom
 
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Are you dealing with itchy, dry, rashes or prickly sensations? So many skin symptoms those with Fibromyalgia are dealing with but I have solutions to share with you that could help! Here they are ▼ THE GOOD STUFF ▼ SUBSCRIBE ➣to be a part of my spoonie family! www.youtube.com/eviekoehler11 Hi there! Online I am known as Fibro Mom, my name is Evie. I am awful at vlogging but started a channel here on youtube to connect with others that live and struggle with all types of "invisible" diseases..diagnosed or not. Everything from chronic pain to mental illnesses. I want to help remind all Spoonies that they are not alone and I'm here to be a friend. I share videos of my family, life tips to all sorts of different topics. My channel is a lot like my life...unorganized and all over the place but filled with love and great intentions! Not your normal, gorgeous, perfect youtuber but I'm me so come say hi! F E W V I D E O S Who is Fibro Mom https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BLJngjIs0dw Fibromyalgia Medications https://www.google.com/url? What Does Fibromyalgia Feel Like https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mfDbI4g6Z9w Sex And Chronic Pain https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8oZqtna3z2E How To Stay Positive With A Chronic Illness https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1HJxrXuf-SA What Is Fibro Fog *tips https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M83FPGoAnUM Fibromyalgia Is NOT real RANT https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gdNaVZ3dgeA My 5 year old does my makeup https://youtu.be/KrPFtGR0uX4 Are YOU vitamin D deficient? https://youtu.be/35FPXj2yLW0 Embarrassing POOP Problems https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Bznaul5rUg0 Fibromyalgia and Pregnancy..my story https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pWdDQuppi4E Movies that mock chronic and mental illnesses https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BaKoIPgGESM APPLE CIDER VINEGAR BENEFITS AND USES https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=46VSurKKJ5c THUMBS UP if you enjoyed (helps us out) **COME TALK TO ME** FACEBOOK (support group for all invisible diseases) www.facebook.com/fibromyalgiapain Twitter /FIBROMOM11 Google+ FIBROMOM Instagram www.instagram.com/fibromom11/ Snapchat fibromom11 Blog http://fibromom11.blogspot.com/ Pen pal or just want to send me something? Fibromom P.O.Box #64 Prentice, WI 54556 Would you like to help spread awareness for all "invisible" diseases? Check the Spoonie Merchandise! https://shop.spreadshirt.com/100045225?noCache=true xoxo Spreading awareness one video at a time xoxo For business OR collab inquires www.fibromom11@gmail.com #SpoonieFamily #spoonie #support #spreadawareness #chronicpain #chronicillness #mentalhealth #findacure #butyoudontlooksick #fibromom #Fibromyalgia #MS #CFS #lymes #IBS #crohns #Endomeotris #cancer #ADHD #Autism #Spinalinjury #fibromom #spooniefamily #spooniestruggles #related #TheMighty #FibromyalgiaAwarness #Invisibleillness #FibroMom
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7 Common Types of Inflammatory Arthritis
 
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7 Common Types of Inflammatory Arthritis 1. Rheumatoid Arthritis Rheumatoid arthritis is by far the most common type of inflammatory arthritis, affecting approximately 1 to 2 million people in the United States alone. In those with rheumatoid arthritis, the Mayo Clinic says the immune system “attacks the lining of the joint capsule,” called the synovial membrane. As the synovial membrane is attacked, the source says it “becomes inflamed and swollen,” which causes the pain and discomfort associated with the condition. Over time, the cartilage and bone within the joint can become permanently damaged. This most commonly occurs within the hands, wrists and feet. 2. Ankylosing Spondylitis Ankylosing spondylitis is a type of inflammatory arthritis that primarily affects the joints in the spine, causing pain and stiffness in areas such as the lower back, buttocks and hips. According to the Arthritis Foundation, these symptoms tend to develop “slowly over several weeks or months.” Arthritis Research UK adds that ankylosing spondylitis can affect other areas of the body as well, causing chest pain, inflammation of the eyes or bowels, as well as fatigue. Although the condition can affect anyone, the source says it most commonly affects men in their late teens or 20s, particularly if they have a gene called HLA-B27. 3. Psoriatic Arthritis Approximately 30 percent of people who have psoriasis—a condition that causes itchy, scaly skin—will also develop psoriatic arthritis. Symptoms of this type of inflammatory arthritis typically include painful, swollen or stiff joints, particularly in the ankles, knees, fingers, toes or lower back. Swollen fingers or toes is also common, and is caused by inflammation in the joints and tendons. Other characteristics of the disorder include pain in the ligaments or tendons, discoloration and thickening of the nails, as well as fatigue. 4. Juvenile Idiopathic Arthritis Approximately 300,000 children in the United States have some form of arthritis, of which juvenile idiopathic arthritis is the most common. According to KidsHealth.org, the onset typically occurs between the ages of 6 months and 16 years old, and initial symptoms often include “joint pain or swelling or warm joints.” Although there is presently no cure for the seven different types of juvenile idiopathic arthritis, the Arthritis Foundation says that with an early diagnosis and aggressive treatment, remission is possible. 5. Systemic Lupus Erythematosus Inflammatory arthritis is among the most common symptoms that develop in people with lupus—an autoimmune disease that Healthline.com says “can affect your joints and many types of connective tissue in your body.” The source adds that the condition can also cause damage to the skin, lungs, kidneys, brain and other organs. Other symptoms commonly associated with systemic lupus erythematosus include joint pain, a butterfly-shaped rash on the face, hair loss, shortness of breath, and blood disorders such as anemia, leukopenia (low white blood cell count) and thrombosis (blood clots). 6. Gout Affecting an estimated 3.9 percent of American adults, gout is caused by the accumulation of urate crystals within the joints. A person’s risk of developing this type of inflammatory arthritis is affected by factors such as age, diet, alcohol use, and whether or not it runs in their family. An incredibly painful condition, Healthline.com says symptoms of gout can include “redness, swelling, and intense pain in your toes, feet, ankles, knees, hands, or wrists,” although a joint in the big toe is most commonly affected. 7. Infectious or Reactive Arthritis The term ‘infectious arthritis’ refers to several different conditions that are caused by bacterial or viral infections. According to Arthritis-Health.com, these conditions include “rheumatic fever, Lyme disease, fungal arthritis, Fifth disease, tuberculosis arthritis, gonococcal arthritis, Cogan’s syndrome, Pott’s disease, spirochetal arthritis, and Sydenham’s chorea, among others.” In addition to joint pain and swelling, infectious arthritis often includes symptoms such as a fever and chills. Reactive arthritis, on the other hand, often occurs when “an infection in one part of your body causes inflammation in a joint elsewhere in your body,“ says Healthline.com. The source adds that the infection tends to start “in your bladder or sexual organs.” Like, Comment, Subscribe and invite all your friends to see our videos. https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCfR3Y90G-fFDYI6i7E7xPBQ 7 Common Types of Inflammatory Arthritis
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Fibromyalgia skin disorders, home remedies for painful skin rashes and skin itching
 
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Skin Body Face Products : https://goo.gl/esZVuD Fibromyalgia skin disorders, home remedies for painful skin rashes and skin itching
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What is bruising a sign of ? |Health Issues & Answers
 
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