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- Anorexia – No longer having a desire to eat.
- Apothous Stomatitis – Painful red and swollen open sores on
a mucus membrane of the mouth commonly called a canker sore.
- Ataxia – Loss of the ability to move the body with
- Arterial Fibrillation – A condition of abnormal twitching
of the muscles in the blood vessels that moves the oxygenated blood
from the heart to the rest of the body. The unusual twitching is
rapid and irregular and replaces the normal rhythm of contraction of
the muscle, which sometimes causes a lack of circulation and pulse.
- Blood Cholesterol Increased – An abnormal condition where
there is a greater amount in the blood of the oily/fatty substances
known as cholesterol. Cholesterol is a necessary part of living
cells (along with proteins and carbohydrates). Because cholesterol
only slightly dissolves in water, it can build up on the walls of
the blood vessels, therefore blocking/decreasing the amount of blood
flow, which causes blood pressure to go up. If not corrected, this
condition is associated with coronary artery disease.
- Blood Creatinine Increased – A greater than normal number
of creatinine or muscular chemical waste molecules in the blood.
Creatinine plays a major role in energy production in muscles.
Since creatinine levels are normally maintained by the kidneys,
Blood Creatinine Increased is an indicator of kidney malfunction or
- Blood in Stool – The blood that is in your bowel movement
usually comes from any place along your digestive tract (from your
mouth to your anus). The stool can appear black and foul-smelling
(usually from the upper part of your digestive tract) or red or
maroon-colored (usually from the large intestine area). Hemorrhoids
are the usual cause for blood in the bowels.
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– These are specialized cells in the upper right heart chamber and are
the heart’s pacemaker. They send electrical signals to the heart that
keeps it beating or contracting regularly. Normally the signal goes to
the lower heart chambers at the same time through the bundle of His
(hiss) on both the left and right sides of the heart, so the lower
chambers contract at the same time. When the bundle is damaged on the
right side, the signal does not fire at the same time as the left, which
changes the pace of blood flow. This can lead to a person fainting.
- Cardiac Failure – A heart disorder where the heart does not
function as usual and may completely stop working.
- Cardiac Failure Congestive – The body is asking for the
heart to supply more blood than it is capable of producing and
maintaining. Normally, a body can tolerate an increased amount of
work for quite some time. The condition is characterized by
weakness, shortness of breath, and a fluid build-up in the body
tissues causing swelling.
- Cold Sweat – The skin is clammy and moist and you feel
chilled. This is a reaction to a shock or pain as well as to fear
- Colitis – A condition where the large intestine becomes
irritated from the use of the drug.
- Coronary Artery Disease – A condition where the blood
vessels that mainly carry the blood away from the heart become
clogged up or narrowed usually by fatty deposits. The first symptom
is pain spreading from the upper left body caused by not enough
oxygen reaching the heart.
- Dehydration – An extreme loss of water from the body or the
organs of the body as in sickness or not drinking enough fluids.
- Diplopia – The condition where a person is looking a one
object and instead of normally seeing just the one object he sees
two. This is also call double vision.
- Diverticulitis – There are pouches or sacs on the inside of
the intestines that look like fingers. This increases the area for
the body to absorb nutrients as they pass through the intestines.
These sacs become irritated and swollen and end up trapping waste
that would normally be eliminated, causing pain and constipation.
- Dysarthria – The inability to control the mouth muscles
when forming words so the words are not clearly spoken and heard.
- Dyslipidemia – The normal fat metabolism in the blood is
- Dysphagia – Trouble swallowing or the inability to swallow.
- Ecchymosis – When a blood vessel breaks and creates a
purple discoloration of the skin.
- Edema – An abnormal build up of excess fluids in the cells,
tissues, and the spaces between the tissues creating swelling.
- Edema Peripheral – The abnormal build up of fluids in the
tissues of the ankles and legs causing painless swelling in the
legs, ankles, and feet. If you squeeze the swollen area it leaves
an indentation on the skin for a few minutes.
- Ejaculation Delayed – The man is not able to release sperm
either during sexual intercourse or with manual stimulation in the
presence of his sexual partner in spite of his wish to do so.
- Ejaculation Dysfunction – A condition where the man has one
or more of the following symptoms: He is not able to have an
erection, not able to have an orgasm, has a decreased interest in
sex, is sexually inhibited, or it is painful to ejaculate sperm.
- Erectile Dysfunction – Incapable of having sexual
intercourse. Even though a man desires sex he is inhibited in his
sexual activity and is unable to have or maintain an erection of the
- Erythema – a skin redness caused by the swelling with blood
of the tiny blood vessels of the skin as in burns.
- Erythematous Rash – Redness of the skin from the swelling
of the tiny blood vessels with skin irritation (itching, burning,
tingling, pain) and breakouts (eruptions).
- Esophageal Stenosis Acquired – The tube that moves food
from the mouth to the stomach narrows.
- Exfoliative Dermatitis – The unusual and not normal
condition of scaling and shedding of the skin cells. The skin is
usually red colored.
- Face Edema – The tissues of the face become swollen.
- Feeling Jittery – A physical sensation of nervous unease.
- Gastric Irritation – An inflamed and sore stomach.
- Gastric Ulcer – An open, irritated, and infected sore in
the wall of the stomach.
- Gingivitis – Sore, swollen and red gums in the mouth that
- Glaucoma – The delicate nerve to the eye, the optic nerve,
becomes easily damaged with the build-up of excess fluid pressure
within the eyeball. The first sign of glaucoma is loss of
peripheral (side) vision. It can progress to total blindness.
- Hepatic Steatosis – Excessive amounts of fat in the liver.
- Hyperhidrosis – The triggering of an excess of sweat being
produced on the soles of the feet, the palms, or the underarms which
can cause embarrassment or losing grip on a pen or other items.
- Hyperkeratosis – An abnormal enlargement of the skin
tissues causing the skin cells to increase in size.
- Hyperlipidemia – An abnormally high number of fat cells in
- Hypertriglyceridemia – Too many triglycerides in the
Triglycerides are three
fatty acids bound together in one molecule stored by the body and
available to create high levels of energy when used.
- Hypoesthesia – A partial loss of sensation or general loss
- Impaired Gastric Emptying – The contents of the stomach are
not passed into the intestines as normal due to the stomach losing
the muscular strength to do so.
- Increased White Blood cell Count – This is an increase in
the number of cells in the blood that are responsible for the
removal of bacteria and other unwanted particles. They fight
disease and infection by enclosing foreign particles and removing
them. An example of a disease that would increase white blood cell
count would be Leukemia.
- Insomnia – Not able to fall asleep or sleeping for a
shorter time than desired, thus not being able to properly rest and
feeling un-refreshed. As a result, a person can become irritable,
have difficulty concentrating and feel a lack of energy. This can
be caused by stimulants such as by caffeine or drugs or by mental
anxiety and stress. Mental stress can be communicated and relieved.
- Irritable Bowel Syndrome – A painful condition where the
either the muscles or the nerves of the lower intestines, are not
responding normally. This results in an alternating condition of
diarrhea followed by constipation, back and forth.
- Keratoconjunctivitis Sicca – A condition where the outer
coating of the eyeball is dry because of a decrease in the normal
amount of tears in the eye. As a result, the eyeball and inside of
the eyelid thickens and hardens sometimes causing the vision to be
- Leukopenia – An unnaturally low number of white blood cells
circulating in the blood.
- Loose Stools – The bowel movement is runny instead of
- Lower Abdominal Pain – A hurtful irritation of the nerve
endings in the area of the hipbones housing the lower digestive
tract. Pain usually means tissue damage.
- Lymphadenopathy – The lymph nodes, where the immune cells
are located, become larger than is normal because of a high
concentration of white blood cells.
- Macular Degeneration – The gradual loss of central vision,
which is the sharpest vision while peripheral eyesight, is
- Maculopathy – An abnormal condition of the yellow spot of
the eye, which is located in the center of the inner lining of the
eyeball and connected to the main nerve to the eye and is
responsible for sharp vision.
- Mania – Unusually irrational, excessive and/or exaggerated
behavior or moods ranging from enthusiasm, sexuality, gaiety,
impulsiveness and irritability to violence.
- Melena – Abnormally darkly colored stools as a result of
hemorrhaging in the digestive tract where the blood has interacted
with the digestive juices creating the dark color in the bowel
- Micturition Urgency – A sudden desire to urinate usually
followed by leakage.
- Mood Swings – An emotional shifting as from a state of
happiness to a state of depression for a period of time.
- Myocardial Infarction – The blood going to the heart is
delayed or stopped causing middle muscle tissue in the heart wall to
- Nasopharyngitis – Irritation, redness and swelling tissues
in the nose and the tube leading from the mouth to the voice box as
well as the tubes leading to the ears.
- Nephropathy – An abnormally functioning or diseased kidney.
- Nervousness – Jumpy, jittery, anxious, and troubled with an
- Night Sweats – The water-salt, waste product the skin
releases is called sweat or perspiration. With night sweats you
become wide awake in the middle of the night shivering and cold and
wet with your sheets/pajamas soaked in perspiration making it
difficult to go back to sleep.
- Nightmare – Dreams that make you afraid or leave feelings
of fear, terror, and upset long after waking up.
- Orgasm Abnormal – Unable to have an orgasm with normal
- Oropharyngeal Swelling – A swelling in the area from the
soft part of the roof of the mouth to the back of the mouth.
- Pain in Extremity – A painful feeling in the legs, arms,
hands, and feet.
- Pharyngolaryngeal Pain – Pain in the area of the
respiratory tract (organs of breathing) from the throat to the voice
box and above the windpipe.
- Photopsia – A condition where a person see lights, sparks
or colors in front of your eyes.
- Photosensitivity Reaction – An exaggerated sunburn reaction
that is not normal in proportion to the amount of exposure to the
- Pollakiuria – Urinating much more frequently than normal –
as often as once every five to fifteen minutes.
- Pressure of Speech – A condition where the individual
cannot voice his ideas fast enough with the pressure of there being
not enough time to say it.
- Pruritic Rash – Extremely itchy, red, swollen bumps on the
- Pyrexia – Fever or the increase in body temperature that is
usually a sign of infection.
- Retinal Detachment – The thin layer lining the back of the
eyeball (the retina) detaches from the back of the eyeball. This
thin layer is like the film of a camera because it sends the images
a person views to the brain. When it detaches it causes a reduced
ability to see.
- Rigors – Shivering or shaking of the body as if chilled,
preventing normal responses.
- Skin Ulcer – An open sore or infected skin eruption with
swelling, redness, pus, and irritation.
- Sleep Disorder – These are a list of sleep disorders such
as teeth grinding, insomnia, jet lag, sleep walking, abnormally
falling asleep during the middle of a conversation after a full
night’s rest, uncontrolled body motions keeping one awake, etc.
- Suicide, Completed – An attempted attack on oneself that is
life threatening results in death.
- Upper Respiratory Tract Infection – Where the organs of
breathing near the mouth such as the nose and sinuses, become
infected and are usually treated by antibiotics.
- Urinary Hesitation – Hard to start or hard to continue
emptying one’s bladder.
- Urinary Incontinence – Urinating without intending to do so
because of a weakening of the muscles in the hip area from the drug
affecting the nerves or the drug blocking a persons thinking
- Urinary Retention – The inability to completely empty the
bladder despite having the urge to do so. This can lead to
infections or damage to the urinary organs.
- Urine Flow Decreased – Dehydration of the body causing a
lesser flow of urine than normal with the body reabsorbing the
- Urine Output Decreased – A condition where the output of
urine produced in a 24-hour period is less than 500 ml.