Advice 1: How to identify disease symptoms

Any illness has a set of specific symptoms, that is signs that it manifests. And in order to make a correct diagnosis, you must first define them. Diagnosis can be difficult, because some precursors may indicate different diseases, there are those that are unique to specific diseases.
Heart disease
Heart disease the patient can be suspected, if he feels cold in hands and feet, it periodically throws in a cold sweat, there is a restless sleep, language in humans is bright red, there is fatigue. Also suspected of heart disease can cause the presence of heaviness in the chest, dry mouth, excessive heart rate and palpitations.
Diseases of the stomach
Such illnesses "tell" loss of appetite, feeling of full stomach, diarrhea, sudden palpitations, aching pain in the legs. For problems with the gastrointestinal tract can severely dry lips and reduce spasm of the feet.
Lung disease
In diseases of this organ is disturbed by difficulties with breathing, cough and chills. Also may be red chin, inflamed tonsils, to appear skin itching. People with lung disease, cough may be excess phlegm, nasal passages dilate, the skin turns red. The person feels pain in the shoulder and forearm.
Liver disease
Symptoms of ailments of this body will be dry lips, a white plaque on the tonsils, increased sensitivity to cold. The patient may notice the appearance of swelling along the channel of the liver, which is accompanied by pain. While urine secreted is very small, and the abdomen of a patient, firm and swollen.
Kidney disease
The patient with suspected kidney problems constantly cold feet and hands, a feeling of pressure in the neck, is markedly reduced libido. The language has a dark patina, the pulse may be too slow. On the kidney problems also indicates the redness of the tongue and the urine dark brown.
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Ahead of a particular symptom, the patient should immediately be examined by a specialist. This will help to detect the disease quickly and to get rid of it.

Advice 2: How to identify STD symptoms

The most common sexually transmitted diseases (STDs) are chlamydia, trichomoniasis, genital herpes, human papilloma virus, urethritis, syphilis (chancre), gonococcal vaginitis and negonokokkovi. These diseases can be identified by characteristic symptoms.

Common symptoms of STDs

The incubation period of venereal diseases can be from one to two days to weeks. At the end of this period, women develop symptoms of vaginitis (vaginal discharge) and urethritis (burning when urinating). In men, there are signs of urethritis (burning sensation, discharge and pain when urinating).

There are seven common signs of venereal disease:
- burning and itching in the intimate area,
- discharge from the genitals, smell,
- painful and frequent urination,
- redness in the genital area and anus, sometimes accompanied by the appearance of ulcers, vesicles, pimples,
- swollen lymph nodes mainly in the groin area,
- discomfort during intercourse
- pain in the vagina, lower abdomen (women).
Finding them, you need to go to the doctor. Treatment of STDs will be successful only if its start time and to finish. Sometimes the symptoms are negligible or non-existent, the majority of people do not seek medical help. However, the infectious agents do not disappear from the body, the person becomes their carrier.

The symptoms of some STDs

Chlamydia manifested by the following symptoms. After 1-4 weeks after infection patients appear purulent discharge, urination becomes painful, starts to hurt in the lower back, lower abdomen. Do women have bleeding in the intermenstrual period, and the men have pain in the perineum, of the scrotum. Chlamydia in women may lead to inflammation of the cervix, fallopian tubes, pathology of pregnancy and childbirth, diseases of the spleen, liver. In men, this disease leads to inflammation of the bladder, epididymis, prostate, violation of potency. Newborns can develop conjunctivitis, pneumonia, lesion of the nasopharynx.

The symptoms of trichomoniasis appear on 4-21 day after infection or later. Women appear frothy copious yellowish-green or white in color, having pungent smell. They cause irritation, severe itching of the genital organs, and burning, pain when urinating, soreness, discomfort during intercourse. Men are observed Muco-purulent discharge from the urethra, when urinating there is a burning sensation. Trichomoniasis in women affects the urinary tract, the cervix and the inner layer of the uterus, ovaries, fallopian tubes. Men suffering prostate, urinary tract, testicles, and their appendages.

Gonorrhea manifests itself in three to seven days after infection. Its symptoms in women are yellowish-greenish vaginal discharge, lower abdominal pain, spotting, urination becomes frequent and painful. To symptoms of gonorrhea in men include burning and pain during urination, purulent yellowish-greenish discharge from the urethra.

The incubation period of syphilis lasts 3 to 6 weeks. The first sign of the disease is sore, having a circular shape (chancre). In women it appears on the vaginal mucosa or labia, men – on the scrotum or penis. After one to two weeks after the rash enlarged lymph nodes. Within two to four months of developing the second stage of the disease all over the body rash, fever, there is headache, almost all swollen lymph nodes.
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