If you have lupus you may be extremely tired, have skin rashes or have joint pain. If the disease is more serious, you may have problems with your kidneys, heart, lungs, blood or nervous system. Nearly all people with lupus have a mild to extreme fatigue. Even mild cases of lupus causes an inability to engage in daily activities and exercises. Increased fatigue is a normal sign that a symptom flare about to occur.
1.1) Give examples of possible multiple conditions and/or disabilities that individuals may have. Rheumatoid Arthritis Rheumatoid Arthritis is a disease that causes damage to joints, organs, and bodily systems due to inflammation of joint tissues. While inflammation is usually a response by a person’s immune system to disease or infection, the immune system of a Rheumatoid Arthritis sufferer attacks the person’s healthy joints, causing pain, stiffness, and swelling in the joints, and a host of other symptoms. As the disease progresses, it causes difficulty in pursuing normal activities, even to the extent of interfering with walking, standing, getting dressed, personal grooming, and household chores. Severe Rheumatoid Arthritis is a crippling condition that often prevents people from working within five to ten years of diagnosis.
Summary of Article: Stroke continues to cause stress to elderly people. Survivors may have difficulty with mobility after the incident during their neurological recovery due to muscle imbalance. Surgical correction is rarely considered for patients who may have issues with their gait after a stroke. Most patients after a stroke may have a chronic foot deformity or stiff-knee gait, which will disturb their walking, however, it is handled through clinical management and not surgical methods. Neuro-orthopaedic specialists identify abnormal gait patterns using techniques such as, dynamic electromyography or three-dimensional kinematic and kinetic studies.
They can worsen the symptoms, but they are not the cause of the disease. We don’t know what makes a person get the disease. About 15% - 20% of people, the disease runs in the family. This true of people who develops the disease at a young age. Crohn’s disease is a chronic disorder that causes inflammation of the digestive or gastrointestinal (G.I.)
Unhappy Triad Unhappy Triad, also referred to as O’Donoghue’s Unhappy Triad or the Terrible Triad, is an injury that occurs to the knee in which three structures are damaged the anterior cruciate ligament, the medial collateral ligament, and the medial meniscus. It occurs when a lateral force to the knee is applied while the foot is fixed on the ground. Immediate signs of this injury are swelling and severe pain also there is usually bruising and a feeling of instability or like your knee will give out. The ACL tear is the most significant of the three injuries because it leaves the knee unstable. The ACL tear requires surgery and take months to recover.
Any of the S&S associated with asthma may occur with one illness or even several separate illnesses, but not recur over a longer period. For example one episode of bronchitis may mimic asthma, and you could have more than one case of bronchitis in a year if the patient is severely sick. So a diagnosis of asthma can only be made if the S&S are recurrent over a long period of time. Classic signs of asthma (coughing, wheezing, and shortness of breath) can all be symptoms of other illness's. So just hearing a wheeze or cough does not definitely mean asthma and to make it even more confusing not all asthmatics wheeze.
Certain movements or bumps can cause sudden onset of tremendous pain and cramping that can last several minutes. This condition, for which an exact cause is unknown, can last from five months to three years or more and is thought in some cases to be caused by injury or trauma to the area. It is believed that it may have an autoimmune component, with the body attacking healthy tissue in the capsule. There is also a lack of fluid in the joint, further restricting movement. In addition to difficulty with everyday tasks, people who suffer from adhesive capsulitis usually experience problems sleeping for extended periods due to pain that is worse at night and restricted movement/positions.
Fibromyalgia and Multiple Sclerosis both have pain associated with the diseases. These pains can be muscle twitching, muscle weakness, severe weakness in an arm or leg or both. More common pain could be tingling, crawling, or burning feeling in the arms or legs. All of these lead to muscle pain which makes it very difficult to do the daily activities. A person who has these diseases could be embarrassed by symptoms such as constipation, stool leakage and urine leakage.
Has anyone in here had backaches, delirium, excessive bleeding, diarrhea, fatigue, high fever, vomiting, severe headache, or even a raised pink rash that turns into sores and becomes crusty on day 8 or 9? Well if so than these are some of the symptoms of smallpox. There are two forms of smallpox. Variola major is a serious illness that can be life threatning in people who have not been vaccinated and another is Variola minor that is a milder infection that rarely causes death. It usually takes 12-14 days after a person has been infected for symptoms to appear.
In some cases, though, the symptoms can get worse or last for months or even years. Sometimes they may completely disrupt your life. Signs and symptoms of PTSD typically begin within three months of the traumatic event. In some case PTSD symptoms may not show until years after the event. Post-traumatic stress