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... stools, stomach cramp, nausea, fatigue, weight loss, appetite loss, vomiting, dehydration and electrolyte imbalance (especially sodium and potassium) Cytomegalovirus (CMV) disease ...
Tiredness, breathlessness, dizziness, headache, pale skin, loss of weight and headache are typical symptoms of all forms of anaemia. Bleeding gums, poor sense of smell and poor reflexes may indicate ...
Osteoarthritis is generally manageable with simple measures such as weight loss and pain relief. Drug treatment focuses on relieving the symptoms through the use of anti-inflammatories and painkillers. ...
... or nausea * If you are experiencing unexplained fever or weight loss * If you have a family history of inflammatory bowel disease or cancer  ...
Wheat and grains Coeliac disease (intolerance to the protein gluten) can lead to weight loss and poor growth in children, and sickness and tiredness in adults. Other sufferers can be allergic ...
... injury, if the pain occurs high in your back or moves to the chest, if it affects your genitals or bottom, if you have a fever, a swelling on your back or have experienced weight loss, or if you notice ...
... an increased thirst, frequent trips to the toilet to urinate (especially at night), extreme tiredness, weight loss, genital itching, thrush (in women) and blurred vision. In type 1 diabetes, patients may ...
While about half of all people infected with hepatitis B experience no symptoms at all, others may develop flu like symptoms including fever, fatigue, muscle or joint pain, loss of appetite, weight loss, ...
... an increased thirst, frequent trips to the toilet to urinate (especially at night), extreme tiredness, weight loss, genital itching, thrush (in women) and blurred vision. In type 1 diabetes, patients may ...
... get out of bed, needing a nap in the afternoon Overeating - carbohydrate craving leading to overweight Depression - despair, misery, guilt, anxiety, normal tasks become frustratingly difficult ...
... during pregnancy, but it can occur in women who are underweight due to excess dieting or anorexia, and in ballet dancers and athletes who over-train. Irregular periods - the term used to describe when ...
... minor bump or fall) • Low body weight • An over active thyroid gland • Intestinal conditions that cause malabsorption (colitis) • Smoking • ...
... minutes to an hour will show benefits. Weight loss should be gradual and most experts would advise that a weight loss of one to two pounds a week is adequate. Usually, doctors recommend that weight loss ...
... diarrhoea-like stools Any bleeding from the bottom or blood in the stools Abdominal pain, especially if severe Unexplained weight loss Extreme tiredness without obvious cause  ...
... palpitations Night sweats Irritability Vaginal dryness Headaches Weight gain Insomnia Pain in the joints Poor concentration/memory Incontinence Urinary tract infections Hot flushes, ...
In the early stages of primary liver cancer there are often no symptoms. Jaundice, swollen abdomen and weight loss are the common symptoms which may occur as liver cancer develops.  ...
... and/or neck swelling. Unexplained weight loss/tiredness. A change of shape at the ends of your fingers, known as clubbing. Hoarseness. It may be that the actual lung tumour does not cause ...
...  Unexplained loss of weight Unusual tiredness A cough that won't go away, or shortness of breath A persistent itch Abdominal pain or diarrhoea Most people who have these ...
... area of the kidney, a dull pain in the side, a persistent high temperature, night-sweats, tiredness and weight loss.  ...
... you take regular medication such as NSAIDs. You should see your doctor urgently if you experience bloody and recurrent vomiting, black stools, difficulty in swallowing and rapid weight loss.  ...
... swallowing and rapid weight loss. Heartburn can be confused with pain resulting from angina or a heart attack. Angina should be suspected if the chest pain is brought on by exercise and relieved by rest. ...
... lymph nodes (neck, armpits, groin) Feeling full all the time Night sweats Unplanned weight loss, loss of appetite.  ...
Wheat and grains Coeliac disease (intolerance to the protein gluten) can lead to weight loss and poor growth in children, and sickness and tiredness in adults. Other sufferers can be allergic ...
... an increased thirst, frequent trips to the toilet to urinate (especially at night), extreme tiredness, weight loss, genital itching, thrush (in women) and blurred vision. In type 1 diabetes, patients may ...
... to the protein gluten) can lead to weight loss and poor growth in children, and sickness and tiredness in adults. Other sufferers can be allergic to the whole wheat grain not just the gluten protein, and ...
... an increased thirst, frequent trips to the toilet to urinate (especially at night), extreme tiredness, weight loss, genital itching, thrush (in women) and blurred vision. In type 1 diabetes, patients may ...
... headaches, weight loss and nausea. Food Sources Oily fish such as pilchards, mackerel and tuna are rich in vitamin D and it's added to many breakfast ...
... can cause tiredness, irritability, and weight loss and particularly affects the elderly. Food Sources Brewer's yeast, brown rice, wheatgerm, ...
... swallowing or sense of feeling full as soon or soon after eating. If you experience unexpected weight loss or abnormal loss of appetite or you should also seek medical advice. Any patient who experience ...
... swallowing or sense of feeling full as soon or soon after eating. If you experience unexpected weight loss or abnormal loss of appetite or you should also seek medical advice. Any patient who experience ...