Sacroidosis is a disease that occurs as a result of inflammation to certain forms of body tissues. All organs in the body are capable of being affected by sacroidosis disease but it is most common with skin and the lungs. It may also affect your lymph nodes, heart, brain, liver, and eyes. It is a condition that may just come and go in a very short period of time or develop gradually with symptoms becoming more prominent over time. It could affect you only for a phase of your life or stay with you and continue to worsen for the rest of your life.

Symptoms of Sacroidosis Disease
The organ that is affected by the condition will play a major role in the symptoms that are experienced. It is also very common for no symptoms to be experienced by individuals that have sacroidosis disease. In some cases there may only be minimal symptoms that are experienced as well. Obviously, if the condition affects your heart or brain then the symptoms that are experienced will be much more severe.

One of the main signs or symptoms of sacroidosis disease would be the development of a granuloma on the affected area. The granuloma is basically an almost undetectable lump that occurs as a result of the inflammation. It will most likely go away without any treatment and it is a very minor symptom of the condition. If the lump does not go away then it could stay inflamed and lead to fibrotic scarring. It is very unlikely that this is the way that the condition would be detected but for diagnosis it could be factored into the determination of what condition you are dealing with.

Some of the common symptoms of sacroidosis disease include a decreased appetite, weight loss, fever, and frequently feeling tired or sick. Having problems breathing properly is also common for individuals that are experiencing sacroidosis disease in their lungs. A dry cough may even be noticed for those affected with this condition in their lungs. Also, if sacroidosis disease is affecting the glands then it is possible that symptoms may be experienced in the neck as well.

Who Is At Risk of Sacroidosis Disease?
Sacroidosis disease is a condition that can affect anyone. However, it is more common in younger women then it is in younger men. Also, African American women are more likely to develop the condition than African American men are. The age group that is most common for the condition is twenty to forty years of age.

Problems that Sacroidosis Disease Causes

There are many problems that can be caused as a result of having sacroidosis disease. The organ that is affected by the condition will play a role in the problems that are experienced when dealing with sacroidosis disease. Usually the problems that are experienced will not be severe enough to cause any long-term health issues. The disease could return in a few years after treatment but it is very unlikely. It is also possible for the disease to return as long as a ten years down the road but this is even more unlikely.

Damage to the organs may occur as a result of sacroidosis disease. The damage could occur over a period of time and it could affect multiple organs throughout the body. The condition itself is not considered fatal and is not an extremely serious health issue. However, the condition could lead to life threatening health issues if it has any serious affects on the heart, brain, or lungs.

Treating Sacroidosis Disease
Once sacroidosis disease is diagnosed the condition should be treated appropriately to prevent it from causing any complications to the affected organ. Treatment of sacroidosis disease consists of the use of antibiotic medication, corticosteroids for treating the inflammation, immunomodulators to improve your immune system, and cytotoxic agents. If you choose not to use any of these treatment methods and just let the condition heal naturally then you likely will not have any problems doing so. However, if you do not want to risk the chance of the condition causing any serious damage to any of your organs then treating it will be necessary.

Final Thoughts
Sacroidosis disease is a condition that is becoming more common than before. It is especially common in women between the ages of twenty and forty. As you may be at risk of the condition it is important that you know about the signs and symptoms of it. If you get diagnosed with sacroidosis disease then you will want to speak with your doctor about how to treat it accordingly. While it may go away naturally it is much better if you treat it properly as you may be able to prevent extensive damage to your organs by doing so.

If you believe that you have sacroidosis disease then you should read up more on the subject. It would be very beneficial to find out what all the signs of the condition, how to diagnose it, and what the expected prognosis is based on the organ that is being questioned.

Last updated on Aug 25th, 2010 and filed under Immune System. Both comments and pings are currently closed.

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