Lupus is another autoimmune disease in which the body’s defense mechanisms attack the body itself. It is thought to affect about 1 person in 1,000, with women nine times more likely to be affected than men. Although it can occur at any age, it usually appears in the late teens or early 20s.
about all parts of the body may be affected by lupus. Most often involved are the joints, the skin, the kidneys, the heart, and the lungs. Lupus is often treated with the same drugs used to treat malaria (hydroxychloroquine). Steroids may also be necessary. Sometimes drugs that suppress the body’s immune system are used. I have seen many lupus patients suffering with CAID. The exact relationship between CAID and lupus is not known, but I suspect one exists.
CAID can affect children as well as adults. Very often, children are misdiagnosed by parents and well-meaning pediatricians as having yet another runny nose or just having a cold.
Many older men complain that their nose is constantly running. Others complain that their nose runs when they eat certain foods.
This symptom can be treated by your primary physici
I believe that failure to conceive and carry a pregnancy to full term can be caused by changes in body temperature (low-grade fevers stemming from chronic sinus infections), drops
As any pregnant woman can tell you, along with the complicated change in her hormones comes body swelling. The changes in a woman’s body during pregnancy are designed to ensure t
Each stage in life can also affect the course of treatment for CAID. Whether you are currently pregnant, in your later years, or caring for a child, read the following sections to
Some people with congenital heart defects, including those that have had heart valve replacements, a stroke, a blood clot in the legs, or have had
complicated surgeries may need to