Sometimes a Systemic Yeast Infection can have light symptoms, and because of this they're dismissed as nothing to concerned about. The problem is, this allows the yeast to enter the bloodstream where a lot of different problems can eventuate and can even become a life-threatening situation.

The body naturally has a certain amount of yeast that lives in the body in small quantities and actually help the body, without doing any harm to it. There are also different types of microorganisms inside the body that are there to keep the yeast in check so an infection does not occur.

On-going stress attacks, poor choices of food, normal pregnancy changes, immune system deficiency diseases, antibiotic medications and other disease may abolish the tiny microorganisms and thereby allow the Systemic Yeast Infection Symptoms to rage.

The Systemic Yeast Infection Symptoms can differ from each individual, but here a few of the most usual ones:

Heavy sense of exhaustion and unusual run down feelings may arise.

1. The feelings of sensory disturbances, unusual muscle aches and pains, continual headaches, constant dizziness, and complaints of the sufferering of persistent tiredness are signs of a person with Systemic Yeast Infection.

2. Unusual or sudden sensitivity to chemicals or new food allergies.
Arising troubles which haven't occurred before with several chemicals or foods are common with those suffering from Systemic Yeast Infection Symptoms.

3. Problems with the gastrointestinal tract.

On many occasions, as touched on in the previous detail of the food allergies, flatulence, inflammatory bowel disease, rectal itching, constipation, and diarrhea are the most common of the Symptoms.

It is even possible for thrush, a Yeast Infection affecting the mouth and/or throat, to develop.

4. Onset of urinary and genital problems.

5. Development of hives and skin rashes.

You could even be having a case of hives, and not know where they came from.

6. Suddenly feeling irritable or mildly depressed.

Many times people complain of Systemic Yeast Infection Symptoms that include: mental confusion, feeling of being in a 'fog', difficulty focusing or concentrating, sleepness nights, memory loss, and decreased attention span.

7. Problems with the autoimmune system.

Some autoimmune disorders that normally become worse from a Systemic Yeast Infection are sarcoidosis, scleroderma, myasthenia gravis, arthritis, hemolytic anemia, thrombocytopenic purpura, or systemic lupus erythematosus.

Yeast flourish on a body that is fed with sugar, refined starch, and chemical additives.
These chemicals, starches and sugars are also readily present in bread, cookies, chips and other junk foods which are a large part of many peoples diets.

When someone is under immense stress, the microorganisms in the body that control the yeast start to die off.

Anytime you think you may have a Systemic Yeast Infection Symptoms, you need to check with your doctor about what tests need to be run to determine what your body's level of Yeast organism is.
All in all, remember that it's vital to know if you are dealing with a Systemic Yeast Infection Symptoms so you can get the proper treatment.

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24 thoughts on “Systematic Lupus Sle

  1. Dachia S

    Question about Lupus?
    You know that rash you get on your forhead or the bridge of you nose, is it only irritating when you touch it? How about platelets, can they be high? Is your headach supposed to last for three days? How can I get rid of the pain in my knee joints? Is lupus Deadly?

    1. Lil Gal

      Lupus can be deadly, ite depends on what type of lupus you have…

      There are three main types of lupus:

      Systemic lupus erythematosus (eh-RITH-eh-muh-TOE-sus) is the most common form. It’s sometimes called SLE, or just lupus. The word “systemic” means that the disease can involve many parts of the body such as the heart, lungs, kidneys, and brain. SLE symptoms can be mild or serious.

      Discoid lupus erythematosus mainly affects the skin. A red rash may appear, or the skin on the face, scalp, or elsewhere may change color.

      Drug-induced lupus is triggered by a few medicines. It’s like SLE, but symptoms are usually milder. Most of the time, the disease goes away when the medicine is stopped. More men develop drug-induced lupus because the drugs that cause it, hydralazine and procainamide, are used to treat heart conditions that are more common in men.

      Unfortunatly, the most common type of Lupus, the systematic, can also be the deadliest, it just depends on which of your organs it is attacking. You could possibly have a mild version of it if you are only experiencing the rash… though the headaches don’t sound very promising. See a neurologist about those, because they could be a sign of migraines; no, a headache should not last for three days.
      To answer your question about your rash, Lupus comes in what people refer to as a flare. When symptoms appear, it’s called a “flare.” These signs may come and go. You may have swelling and rashes one week and no symptoms at all the next. You may find that your symptoms flare after you’ve been out in the sun or after a hard day at work.

      Even if you take medicine for lupus, you may find that there are times when the symptoms become worse. Learning to recognize that a flare is coming can help you take steps to cope with it. Many people feel very tired or have pain, a rash, a fever, stomach discomfort, headache, or dizziness just before a flare. Steps to prevent flares, such as limiting the time you spend in the sun and getting enough rest and quiet, can also be helpful.

      Moderate exercise can help with your flare ups and with your pain in your joints. If you cannot do regular exercises, as in gyms or work-out videos, try Curves. This gym was specifically designed for people with autoimmune diseases because it’s lower-leveled exercises designed specifically for people who can’t do more rigorous workouts because of these diseases.

      Range-of-motion (for example, stretching) exercises help maintain normal joint movement and relieve stiffness. This type of exercise helps maintain or increase flexibility.

      Strengthening (for example, weight-lifting) exercises help keep or increase muscle strength. Strong muscles help support and protect joints affected by lupus.

      Aerobic or endurance (for example, brisk walking or jogging) exercises improve cardiovascular fitness, help control weight, and improve overall function.

      Most importantly, remember that you are not alone. You may consider purchasing books about Lupus, getting free information from your doctor, or even joining support groups. My mother has has Lupus since I was a child and fifteen years later she has it under control with the right medicines and she is doing much better. Good luck and God Bless!

  2. Dem

    The immunopathology of SLE ( SYSTEMATIC LUPUS ERYTHEMATOSUS)?
    Can anyone just briefly go over the immunopathology of SLE and what accounts for the loss of complement C3 proteins in the serum as the disease progresses?..

    I’ll be great if I could get some answers ..Thanks alot..

    1. karen f

      Hey, I dont know how much detail you want as its really really complicated. SLE is a multiorgan autoimmune disease that (essentially the bodies immune system attacks multiple body organs). The reduced level of C3 (and C4) proteins is due to the fact that they are being used up in this immune response (the levels of C3d and C4d – their derivatives are raised). You test for SLE by looking at markers of autoimmunity such as anti-dsDNA. Hope this helps.

  3. FRANK B the famous english one

    how hard would it be to do something for someone you care about knowing it will hurt you but you have?
    but it will hurt you but it will be the best for them
    i need to explain more she thinks iam to good for her but she dosnt know what its like to be teated nice through bad relation before
    danny twice the distance from the middle

    1. New England Babe

      I am going through that right now. I have SLE (systematic lupus) and finally after getting the diagnoses a week or so before Christmas (they wanted to hospitalize me then) I decided to wait until the first of the year. I just wanted to enjoy Christmas with my husband, 3 yr old, 17 yr old and my parents. Well Christmas night my husband got sick. He had surgery and is in week 8 of 12 weeks of intensive chemotherapy. My 3 yr old is traumitized and I am getting sicker and sicker every week.

      I am losing kidney function and am clinically exhausted with a bunch of other stupid minor phyisical issues due to the SLE that are making it worse. I have tried every medication and they are doing nothing. I need to be in the hospital for a few more tests and find a medication that works and I can’t until Peter is well or at least done with treatment.

      I feel like I am dying to help him live. It is hard but it is my choice to put my kids and him first. Seeing him take a nap when I can’t sit in a comfortable chair without passing out is frustrating. I keep in mind that the quicker he recovers (which requires all the rest he needs) the quicker I get to get better.

      My husband and I have weighed all the options and the truth is if he isn’t getting treated he will die, by the end of the year. I just need to control as much as my condition as possible until he is well.

      I am no marter I am just well, we are just making the most logical choices for the overall health of our family.

    1. New England Babe

      My husband is in Mass General having intensive chemotherapy for a Stage 3 B testicular cancer, it is in all of his lymph nodes but not the major organs and they are trying to keep that from happening.

      I have SLE (systematic lupus) and am already sick and his family is causing a lot of un needed stress and I am just getting sicker every day.

      My 3 yr old son is waking up in the middle of the night and crying for me to bring Daddy back and go get Daddy. Last night he was up from 1am to 5am crying. We are doing all we have been told to do to help him through this and we (me because I am here) are at a loss to do anything but hold him and cry with him.

      My 17 yr old daughter who is starting college in September just announced that her and her boyfriend (he is 18) are having a baby and want to get married. She is normally a great kid and just doesn’t understand what this means for her and the baby.

      I have a lot going on and right now my biggest problem is just everything. I am on this computer while my son is watching Curious George and daughter is watching a movie with her friends just to get a break from the real world for a while.

      Today has been a tough day. I need a weekend in bed and won’t get it until my little one is about 5 and I know that and if I can just take one hour at a time then, this will pass, right?

  4. Kaylee

    I need to gain 15 pounds in 2 months!.?
    I am turning 20 I am 4’7″ and 84 pounds I just got off of chemotherapy 3 months agao for the second time, because I have systematic lupus (SLE). I am also a hypoglycemia. For my lupus I am on 15mg of prednisone which is a steroid. But I have never been over 105 my entire life. And I have no appitite so it is very hard to eat 3 meals a day and snacks in between. And I also am a vegetarian. Anyone have any suggestions I need help!!!

  5. <>

    Information on Lupus?
    What are some of the symptoms of systematic lupus erythematosis? Can I prevent flares by staying out of direct sunlight? UV light? information much appreciated

  6. Amanda T

    Whats wrong with my daughter???
    My 13 year old suffers from severe gastric reflux and now has

    – swollen glands in neck
    – minor fatigue
    – irregular periods that are light and stop on 4th day and then start around 5 – 6th again
    – salt cravings

    She doesn’t usually have irregular periods as she has had it for 5 years – early developer. Im worried about her other symptoms though. I think her main concern is her periods as their not what she usually has. When you feel her neck you can feel 2 lumpy things under her jaw. Shes booked into the doctor soon.

    Does anyone know what these symptoms mean?

    Thanks in advance.

    1. New England Babe

      These are symptoms of many conditions but I will tell you my experience and it is worth being tested as the average wait for a diagnoses for this disease is 4 yrs.

      I have swollen glands, pain in jaw, sometimes my neck is completely misshapen.

      My fatigue ranges from minor to sever

      My doctor tells me that they don’t know why but SLE can in some women cause menstrual issues. It does for me.

      I have SLE (Systematic Lupus) very treatable but usually overlooked for other conditions before a correct diagnoses is found.

      I suggest you do what you are doing and keep being your daughters best advocate.

      Good luck!

  7. kaeylarae

    Coeliac Disease? Systematic Erythromatus Lupus?
    Ok. I have Coeliac or Celiac Disease. I was wondering if anyone out there can help me. I know in some cases SLE can be associated with this. I tick a good few of the boxes with SLE symptoms IE, Rashes that wont go away.On my arms but especially purplish spots on my legs that dont go away when pressed.Also Joint pain in bones and and swelling,depression,severe weight loss,muscle loss..Severe unknown cause of Anaemia requiring regular blood transfusions.I haven’t had a period since i was 32 as I had an Hysterectomy.I have had checks done to see if I am bleeding internally but these were negetive.Seizures and blackouts.poor memory..Just to name a few. My doctor does suspect I have SLE but I haven’t had more intensive tests done as yet. Can anyone tell me a bit more about the possible link between the 2 diseases and also as I am seeing my doctor this Friday.Should I bring the matter up again?. I hate being ill. I just want to know what is happening to me. I have been ill since I was 29 and I am now 38.I lost 7 stone (yes I was hugely overweight) but this was done without dieting.The weight has just fallen off me.I am tired all the time.I don’t sleep well due to the pain I am in and also have Scoliosis of my upper spine.Any info would be of great help.Many Thanks in advance

    1. Ginny Jin

      You definitely have an autoimmune problem. The rashes and blackouts are more suggestive of Lupus. But you can have 2 illnesses at the same time. My opinion is that you have an extremely comprised immune system caused by one of the following – environment (poor living conditions), stress, travel, bad sleep pattern, or excess use of alcohol/caffeine/soda.You no doubt have a wheat/diary intolerance. Cut those. Take magnesium for nerve function. Try pilates.

  8. Nadia

    I Have Subacute Chronic Spongiotic Dermatitis With Scattered Eosinophils!!?
    I Have SLE (Systematic Lupus Erathmathosys) 3 years ago I took antibiotics for a bladder infection but also started using cannabis for lupus at the same time, I’ve been struggeling with this dermatitis eversince. What can I do to cure or atleast releave the symptoms of the dermatitus? Could it be from the cannabis (I have stopped the cannabis for 2 weeks now with no major difference)! Please help
    Sorry I didn’t mention I have it on my stumich and my vulva and the dokters just say there is nothing but cortizone that they can prescripe but when using the cortizone I struggle with candida & burning so I’m only using it twice a week now, please help

    1. dels replies

      Sounds very nasty.Have you tried any form of UV light treatment? I have been told it is very good for lupus nd skin infections As to whether cannabis may have contributed to your condition I have no idea,but it is a good thing you have given it up…I would have thought that your medical advisors would be the best people to determine the most effective treatment for you.

    1. GVD

      Mercedes Scelba-Shorte, a contestant on America’s Next Top Model, Cycle 2
      Flannery O’Connor, a Southern grotesque/gothic writer.

      Hugh Gaitskell, British politician.

      Michael Jackson, famous singer/songwriter, was “supposedly” diagnosed with discoid lupus and vitiligo in the early 1980s

      Seal, a British musician, had non-SLE lupus in his childhood.

      Millie, the pet dog of Barbara Bush & ex President George Bush, was diagnosed with discoid lupus erythematosus.

  9. Ruth

    Do all people diagnosed with the disease Lupus test positive to lupus anticoagulant as well?
    I know that a positive lupus anticoagulant test doesn’t mean that a person has Lupus, but i wonder if people with lupus have the lupus anticoagulant too?

    1. Shadow

      well i have lupus and to answer your question lupus anticoagulants are often found in people who have systematic lupus erythematosus, which is also called SLE.

    1. SH

      Sorry to hear that you have Lupus, I live with Systematic Lupus and Rheumatoid Arthritis myself. What we have is very serious, but with a good Doctor or
      Rheumatologists we can still live a somewhat normal life. I am working full time again as a food clerk, but I have to admit that I have to take a few days off at times, like now, from pain and or fatigue. But I don’t miss months at a time like I use to since I am now on medication.

      Yes, Lupus affects the skin (discoid lupus) any autoimmune disease can effect your skin. Right now I have an appointment to have some hive looking rash on the back of my hands lanced and diagnosed for what they believe it is from my Lupus, but they want to cut a little of the hive off to make sure.

      You can read about Lupus in a lot of different web sites, but if you have a new symptom you need to talk it over with your Doctor. I even had all the signs of TB last year, but it turned out to be an allergic reaction to one of the medicines. If I do have an itchy hive flare up I use cortisone cream to help. Right now it is only on the back of my hands, last fall I had 98% of my body covered in itchy hive blisters.

      What is lupus? What are the types of lupus?
      Lupus is an autoimmune disease characterized by acute and chronic inflammation of various tissues of the body. Autoimmune diseases are illnesses that occur when the body’s tissues are attacked by its own immune system. The immune system is a complex system within the body that is designed to fight infectious agents, such as bacteria and other foreign microbes. One of the ways that the immune system fights infections is by producing antibodies that bind to the microbes. People with lupus produce abnormal antibodies in their blood that target tissues within their own body rather than foreign infectious agents. Because the antibodies and accompanying cells of inflammation can affect tissues anywhere in the body, lupus has the potential to affect a variety of areas. Sometimes lupus can cause disease of the skin, heart, lungs, kidneys, joints, and/or nervous system. When only the skin is involved, the condition is called lupus dermatitis or cutaneous lupus erythematosus. A form of lupus dermatitis that can be isolated to the skin, without internal disease, is called discoid lupus. When internal organs are involved, the condition is referred to as systemic lupus erythematosus (SLE).

  10. Straburreh

    My friend has Lupus and somethings not right?
    Its actually my friend’s girlfriend. She’s been diagnosed with Lupus since forever (im not sure what type it is specifically) but its been pretty serious. She’s only 17 and she’s been in and out of hospitals, some being that she had developed galstones and had to have them removed, and had been experiencing kidney problems, as well as other problems with organs. One of our biggest concerns happened this morning: she went to sleep last night and hasn’t woken up since. Like she is still breathing and everything, but she doesn’t seem conscious. They took her to the hospital and we heard back from her mother that they don’t know what’s going on or if she’s going to make it. I was wondering what could be the cause of her not waking up?? What might been going on??

    1. Bin

      Systematic Lupus Nephritis is a secondary renal glomerular disease caused by SLE (Systemic Lupus Erythematosus), a disease of immune system and can affect various organs of our body like skin, kidney and nerves. According to clinical survey, among Lupus Nephritis patients, women accounts for more, especially those aged 20 to 40.
      Lupus Nephritis is an autoimmune disease. Because of immunodeficiency, SLE patients produce various autoantibodies like antinuclear antibodies, anti-histone antibody and so on. Antigen invade patient’s body and combine with these antibodies, as a result of which, large amounts of immune complexes are formed in blood. These immune complexes may deposit in different organs of our body and once they deposit in renal glomeruli, a part of kidney, Lupus Nephritis occurs.
      patients with SLE have symptoms in the whole body such as intermitted fever, red spot in face the shape of which looks like butterfly, painless oral ulcer, nonerosive arthritis and hematologic disorders. In addition, patients can also have abnormal mental condition and pale face after touching cold. After that, face looks purple, and then turns normal.

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