Lupus / SLE Treatment in Bangalore
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Lupus (SLE) can be effected on the joints, skin, kidneys, blood cells, brain, heart and lungs. And it’s getting difficult to tress it.
Lupus Symptoms are varying from person to person but can include fatigue, joint pain, rash, and fever mostly. These can periodically get worse (flare up) and then improve.
While there’s no cure for lupus, current treatments focus on improving quality of life through controlling symptoms and minimizing flare-ups. This begins with lifestyle modifications, including sun protection and diet. Further disease management includes medication such as anti-inflammatories and steroids.
What are the symptoms of Lupus?
Lupus symptoms vary widely, and they come and go. The times when symptoms get worse are called relapses, or flares. The times when symptoms are under control are called remissions.
In Lupus condition you can observe this thing like suddenly your muscles get pain ; while take a breathing painful reactions come from nose ; pain can be sharp in the chest ; you could feel anemia, fatigue, fever, or malaise in your whole body ; in your mouth dryness or ulcers you can feel, if we will talk about skin then red rashes or scaly rashes could be observed in Lupus condition & hair loss or loss of scalp hair
Systemic Lupus erythematosus Or lupus?
Lupus is an autoimmune disease. Lupus means that the body’s natural defense system (immune system) attacks healthy tissues instead of attacking only things like bacteria and viruses. This causes inflammation.
Although some people with lupus have only mild symptoms, the disease is lifelong or we can say its lifetime occurs and can become severe. But most people can control their symptoms and prevent severe damage to their organs. They do this by seeing their doctors often for checkups, getting enough rest and exercise, and taking medicines.
This topic focuses on systemic lupus erythematosus (SLE), the most common and most serious type of lupus. But there are other types of lupus, such as discoid or cutaneous lupus, drug-induced systemic lupus, and neonatal lupus.
What causes lupus?
The exact cause of lupus is not known. Experts believe that some people are born with certain genes that affect how the immune system works. These people are more likely to get lupus. Then a number of other things can trigger lupus attacks. These include viral infections, including the virus that causes mononucleosis, and sunlight.
Although these things can trigger lupus, they may affect one person but not another person. and whenever patients take treatment he/she should take proper diet and proper medicine from there consulting doctor
Treatment of Vasculitis in Bangalore
- An inflammation of the blood vessels that causes changes in the blood vessel walls
- Vasculitis can cause because vessel walls to thicken and narrow, cutting off vital blood supply to tissues and organs.
- Symptoms include fever, fatigue, weight loss and muscle and joint pain.
- Some forms of vasculitis improve on their own. Others require medication.
Dr. Yogesh Singh providing best Treatment of Vasculitis in Bangalore. He has more than 17 years of experience in this field. He is well-known Vasculitis specialist in Bangalore
What is Vasculitis?
Vasculitis is a general term that refers to inflammation of blood vessels. When blood vessels become inflamed, they may become weakened, stretch, and either increase in size or become narrow — even to the point of closing entirely.
Vasculitis can affect people of all ages, but there are types of vasculitis that occur in certain age groups more often than others.
Some of the many forms of vasculitis may be restricted to particular organs. Examples include vasculitis that affects only the skin, eye, brain, or certain internal organs. There are also types of vasculitis that may affect many organ systems at the same time. Some of these generalized forms may be quite mild and may not require treatment. Others may be severe, affecting critical organs.
What Causes Vasculitis?
In many cases, the cause of vasculitis is unknown. In a few cases, however, the origins may be traced to recent or ongoing infections, such as those caused by certain viruses. Occasionally, an allergic reaction to a medication may trigger vasculitis.
Vasculitis can sometimes develop after an infection has come and gone. Usually in these cases, the infection triggers an abnormal response in the person’s immune system, damaging the blood vessels. Vasculitis also may be related to other diseases of the immune system that the person has had for months or years. For example, it could be a complication of rheumatoid arthritis, lupus, or Sjögren’s syndrome.
Rheumatoid arthritis (RA)
- Spondyloarthropathies (SpA)
- Ankylosing spondylitis (AS)
- Reactive arthritis (Re.A)
- Psoriatic arthritis (PsA)
- Inflammatory bowel disease
associated arthritis (IBDAA)
- Pseudogout (CPPD – Calcium pyrophosphate deposition disease)
- Basic calcium phosphate crystal deposition disease (BCP)
- GIANT CELL ARTERITIS
- TAKAYASU’S ARTERITIS
- AORTITIS IN COGAN’S SYNDROME
- AORTITIS IN SPONDYLOARTHROPATHIES
- ISOLATED AORTITIS
- POLYARTERITIS NODOSA
- KAWASAKI DISEASE
- GRANULOMATOSIS WITH POLYANGIITIS (WEGENER’S)
- MICROSCOPIC POLYANGIITIS
- EOSINOPHILIC GRANULOMATOSIS WITH POLYANGIITIS
- PRIMARY ANGIITIS OF THE CENTRAL NERVOUS SYSTEM
- IGA VASCULITIS (HENOCH-SCHÖNLEIN)
- VASCULITIS RELATED TO RHEUMATOID ARTHRITIS, SYSTEMIC LUPUS ERYTHEMATOSUS AND SJÖGREN’S SYNDROME
- CRYOGLOBULINEMIC VASCULITIS
- ANTI-GBM DISEASE (GOODPASTURE’S)
- DRUG-INDUCED VASCULITIS
- BEHÇET’S DISEASE
- RELAPSING POLYCHONDRITIS
Connective Tissue Diseases
- SYSTEMIC LUPUS RYTHEMATOSUS (SLE)
- SYSTEMIC SCLEROSIS
- IDIOPATHIC INFLAMMATORY MYOSITIS
- PRIMARY SJOGREN’S SYNDROME
- MIXED CONNECTIVE TISSUE DISEASE
- UNDIFFERENTIATED CONNECTIVE TISSUE DISEASE
Soft Tissue Rheumatism
Pediatric Rheumatology Juvenile Arthritis
- POLYMYALGIA RHEUMATIC (PMR)
- PRIMARY AMYLOIDOSIS
- IGG4 RELATED DISEASE