No sickness found with these symptoms, you should go to doctor.

Lactose intolerance

Lactose intolerance

Description of lactose intolerance Lactose intolerance is a partial or complete inability of the digestive tract to process lactose – a milk sugar. The human digestive tract is not able to absorb lactose, but can be split into smaller sections…

Arteritis and vasculitis

Arteritis and vasculitis

Description disease Vasculitis is a general term for inflammation of blood vessels. In the walls of the blood vessels, this disease causes a variety of pathological changes, including their thickening, weakening, narrowing and scarring. This term encompasses many of these…

Hepatorenal syndrome

Hepatorenal syndrome

Description of hepatorenal syndrome As hepatorenal syndrome refers to functional impairment of the kidney, which is inherent in structural damage to liver tissue. Such involvement is more, but under the label include clearly defined disease that meets the diagnostic criteria….

Incontinence

Incontinence

Description incontinence Incontinence affects such as during the life of up to fifty percent of women. I am not one disease, but actually a symptom(symptom) occurring for various reasons. There are several types of incontinence often occurs so. stress incontinence,…

Arrhythmias

Arrhythmias

Description arrhythmia The cardiac muscle cells are groups which have a different role than all of cardiac muscle cells.Formed in them repeatedly impulses that spreads to other cells to spread throughout the heart and thus leads to repeated contractions of…

Klinefelter and Turner syndrome

Klinefelter and Turner syndrome

Description Klinefelter and Turner’s syndrome Klinefelter’s syndrome Is a disease caused unnecessary X sex chromosome. Affected are always men who thus have three sex chromosomes (two X and one Y) very rarely present more X chromosomes. A healthy person has…

Undescended testicle

Undescended testicle

Description undescended testicle Is the most common congenital malformation of the male reproductive system, occurs in 30% ofpreterm infants, roughly in about 3-4% of full-term boys born in the time and over one year in the life of this defect,…

Leg ulcers

Leg ulcers

Description venous ulcer Varicose ulcer is chronic and long-term disease, which often repeatedly returns. Its treatment requires an active approach and the cooperation of the patient, as well as his tremendous discipline and patience. Varicose ulcer can be defined as…

Flu

Flu

Description flu Influenza is an acute infectious disease of the respiratory system that is spread by droplet path. The cause of it is an RNA virus (family of orthomyxoviruses, genus Influenzavirus) that can be propagated and penetrating through the airway…

Puerperal infection

Puerperal infection

Description puerperal infection Puerperium (postpartum) is a period that begins after birth and ending with the forty second day after. In this period there is a return to the changes incurred pregnancy and childbirth. New mum learning to breastfeed and…