Mycoplasmosis symptoms

Mycoplasmosis is infection at humans or animals with the various types of Mycoplasma microorganisms. There are about 17 species of known mycoplasma, the most common being 4 of them. In humans, these are Mycoplasma pneumoniae, which colonizes the air, Mycoplasma hominis and Mycoplasma genitalium, which are responsible for urogenital infections and Ureaplasma species. The main… Read More »

Lyme disease symptoms

Lyme disease is a bacterial infection, which is caused by a type of spirochete and spread by a tick bite. Lyme disease symptoms are flu-like, including fever, chills, sweats, muscle aches, fatigue, nausea and joint pain, but some patients have a rash or Bell’s palsy (facial drooping). Ticks can infect humans and animals with spirochetes.… Read More »

Candidiasis symptoms

Candidiasis is an inflammatory disease of various tissues or organs caused by the fungus Candida. The most common cause is Candida albicans, but the infection can also be caused by other Candida fungi. Candida albicans is a normal resident of the nasopharynx and the human digestive tract, present in small amounts as a normal part… Read More »

Arthritis symptoms

Arthritis is a disease involving inflammatory changes in one or more joints of the human body. The arthritis group includes a very large number of diseases, the common between them is the tendency to develop pain, stiffness, swelling, redness and damage to joint function. Arthritis literally means inflammation of the joint. Inflammation of some or… Read More »

Asthma symptoms

Asthma is a disease that occurs with chronic inflammation and increased sensitivity (hyperreactivity) of the bronchial tree to various stimulus or other provoking factors. In contact with the stimulus or at a provoking moment there occurs a reaction in which bronchoscopy decreases, becomes obstruction and breathing becomes obstructed. This obstruction is variable and usually completely… Read More »

Fibroids symptoms

Myoma, which is commonly known as a fibroids, is a benign (noncancerous) tumor that develops in or around the uterus. Fibroids are medically known as leiomyomas and are tumors of the smooth muscle, the tissue that normally makes up that wall of the uterus. The fibroids symptoms may occur frequently or only occasionally. The disease… Read More »

Myoma symptoms

Myoma is a benign tumor that develops in the muscle tissue of the uterus (myometrium), mostly in the area of ​​its body. The disease is found in 20% of women aged 20-35 years, with the incidence increasing with age. Thus, in women over the age of 40, myomas are found in about 40% of cases,… Read More »

Polymyalgia rheumatica symptoms

Polymyalgia rheumatica is a rheumatic condition characterized by moderate to severe pain and stiffness in the muscles of the lower back, hips and thighs, neck, shoulders, upper arms and other parts of the body. Literally translated polymyalgia means pain in many muscles. The complaints are caused by inflammation of the synovial joints, the bursa and… Read More »

Malaria Symptoms

Malaria is acute parasitic disease, which is caused by single-cell parasitic micro-organisms. The usual malaria symptoms disease are fever, sweating and high body temperature. The disease is transmitted in subtropical and tropical regions by biting of female mosquitoes of the genus Anopheles. Malaria is usually dangerous in the Africa and South America continents and usually… Read More »

Peptic ulcer symptoms

Peptic ulcer is a defect of the lining covering the stomach, duodenum (the small intestine) or the esophagus. Peptic ulcer of the stomach is called gastric ulcer and duodenal ulcer. They are also the most common manifestations of peptic disease. The ulcer defect is the result of the action of acidic digestive juices secreted by… Read More »