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erectile disfunction, downs syndrome like facial features, ginger disease and explosive diahrea
There are many health conditions that cause burning feet syndrome. The conditions include diabetic neuropathy, athlete's foot, and HIV/AIDS.
Raynaud's disease, claudication, leg ulcers, varicose veins, stroke, premenstrual syndrome, erectile dysfunction.
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A "syndrome" medically speaking is a group of symptons that indicate the presence of a particular condition or illness. Since "fatigue" is a particular sympton, it would not be considered a syndrome in itself, but could be a part of many different syndromes. A flu syndrome, for instance, might include fatigue, chest pain, headache and non-productive cough, with high fever.
Many things can cause tingling from a pinched nerve, Carpal Tunnel Syndrome, Diabetic Neuropathy and Anemia. If there is a purplish discoloration as well this can be a sign of Reynaud's Syndrome.
Some diabetes medications, such as metformin, are used in people without diabetes to treat other conditions, such as metabolic syndrome or polycystic ovarian syndrome.
Increased blood sugar levels in blood for long times and without treatment can cause many complications. Some of them are:Diabetic ketoacidosisDiabetic hyperosmolar syndromeHeart diseases
If you have diabetes, prolonged blood sugar extremes can cause you to lose consciousness. This is known as a diabetic coma. Both very high blood sugar (hyperglycemia) and very low blood sugar (hypoglycemia) can lead to a diabetic coma. Left untreated, a diabetic coma is a life-threatening condition. If your blood sugar level tops 600 milligrams per deciliter (mg/dL), the condition is known as diabetic hyperosmolar syndrome. When your blood sugar gets this high, your blood becomes thick and syrupy. The excess sugar passes from your blood into your urine, which triggers a filtering process that draws tremendous amounts of fluid from your body. Left untreated, diabetic hyperosmolar syndrome can lead to life-threatening dehydration. Prompt medical care is essential. Diabetic ketoacidosis is a serious complication of diabetes mellitus. In this condition, insufficient insulin levels in the body result in high blood sugar (glucose) and the buildup of substances called ketones in the blood (ketoacidosis). Left untreated, diabetic ketoacidosis leads to coma and eventual death. Many people with diabetes eventually develop some form of nerve damage, a condition known as diabetic neuropathy. Diabetes affects your body from head to toes. This includes your eyes. The most common and most serious eye complication of diabetes is diabetic retinopathy, which may result in poor vision or even blindness. Diabetic foot is an umbrella term for foot problems in patients with diabetes mellitus. Due to arterial abnormalities and diabetic neuropathy, as well as a tendency to delayed wound healing, infection or gangrene of the foot is relatively common. Diabetic nephropathy (nephropatia diabetica), also known as Kimmelstiel-Wilson syndrome and intercapillary glomerulonephritis, is a progressive kidney disease caused by angiopathy of capillaries in the kidney glomeruli. It is characterized by nephrotic syndrome and nodular glomerulosclerosis. It is due to longstanding diabetes mellitus, and is a prime cause for dialysis in many Western countries. Cranial mononeuropathy III is a complication of diabetes that leads to double vision and eyelid drooping. Please see the web pages for more details on Diabetic coma, Diabetic hyperosmolar syndrome, Diabetic ketoacidosis, Diabetic neuropathy, Diabetic retinopathy, Diabetic foot, Diabetic nephropathy and Cranial mononeuropathy III - diabetic type
Kabuki Make-Up Syndrome (not on MeSH) Kallmann Syndrome Kanner's Syndrome Kaposi Disease Kartagener Syndrome Kartagener Triad Kawasaki Disease Kearns Syndrome Kearns-Sayer Syndrome Keloid Kennedy Syndrome Keratitis Keratitis, Ulcerative Keratoconus Keratosis Follicularis Keratosis, Actinic (not on MeSH) Keratosis, Seborrheic Kernicterus Ketoacidosis, Diabetic Ketosis, Diabetic Kidney Calculi Kidney Diseases Kidney Diseases, Cystic Kidney Failure, Acute Kidney Failure, Chronic Kidney Stones Kidney Tubular Necrosis, Acute Kienbock Disease Kimura Disease Kinky Hair Syndrome Kissing Disease Klebsiella Infections Kleine-Levin Syndrome Klein-Waardenburg Syndrome Kleptomania Klinefelter Syndrome Klippel-Feil Syndrome Klippel-Trenaunay Disease Klippel-Trenaunay-Weber Syndrome Klumpke Paralysis Kniest Dysplasia Koehler Disease Konzo Krabbe Disease Krukenberg Tumor Kufs Disease Kugelberg-Welander Disease Kuru Kuru Encephalopathy Kussmaul Aphasia Kwashiorkor
No he's not, the only condition he's ever released is his dark eye syndrome which causes dark bags under his eyes.
no, its not immediately but life can be shortened due to deficiencies. A male not on HRT can not bind calcium to bones and muscles. Over time deficency can result in premature failure of heart, osteoporosis, decrease in immunity, sleep quality. Thus resulting in death.
The first two things you have to look at are diabetic neuropathy and carpal tunnel syndrome. Diabetic neuropathy is more of a burning pins and needle feeling and can effect the feet as well and of course you would have to have diabetes. Carpal tunnel syndrome classically will give you numbness and tingling of the first 2 or 3 fingers at night and upon waking. You may have a history of diabetes, hypothyroidism or repetitive use of hands. It effects women 2:1 usually in the 35-55 year old range and unlike diabetic neuropathy it won't effect your feet and it may be in one hand.
The largest Rotated Cuff Muscle is in the top of the shoulder and holds your tendons and muscles to the bone, symptons are not being able to lift your arm up above your head without severe pain, Clinical terminology is rotated Cuff Syndrome
I would look at rheumatoid arthritis, lupus, diabetic neuropathy and lastly carpal tunnel syndrome.
Syndactyly is a characteristic of Apert syndrome, Poland syndrome, Jarcho-Levin syndrome, oral-facial-digital syndrome, Pfeiffer syndrome, and Edwards syndrome
are used to treat serious, continuing depression. also are used to treat panic disorder.(OCD). premenstrual syndrome, eating disorders, obesity, self-mutilation, and migraine headache. premature ejaculation and diabetic neuropathy.
Down Syndrome and Turner Syndrome are two completely different places. Even though this is not how i found out, the clue is in Down Syndrome and Turner Syndrome.
pataus syndrome and klinefelters syndrome.
approximately half of the offspring of someone with Down syndrome also have the syndrome themselves
No, you cannot. Down syndrome is a syndrome that is with you from birth.
what is kinefelter syndrome?
yes there is.