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1. Gas
Belching Flatulence Bloating of the abdomen Pain and discomfort in the abdomen (Learn more→)

2. Double
The most common symptoms of DORV defects are as follows but some or each child may manifest symptoms differently. It includes fatigue, blue skin color, child seems not interested to eat, very poor gain of weight, heart murmurs, congested or heavy breathing, cyanosis, sweating, short and rapid breathing. (Learn more→)

3. Eating
People who suffer from binge eating encounter sudden urges to eat (and overeat) based on their emotions. While they eat a lot, they also tend to fast or starve themselves at random instances. (Learn more→)

4. Frey's
Symptoms of this syndrome may be redness, warmth, and/or sweating on the cheek area which is adjacent to the ear. Symptoms usually appear whenever affected persons eat, see, think of or talk of certain kinds of food resulting to strong salivation. (Learn more→)

5. Argininosuccinic
Elevated blood ammonia level Nausea/vomiting/queasiness Seizures or fits Unusual hair duct Rejection to eat Progressive exhaustion Liver is enlarged Liver fibrosis - unusual mass that is seen in the liver. delicate hair hair structure lumps Problem in eating Lowered body temperature or Hypothermia Respiratory alkalosis - caused by an increase gas exchange in the lungs related with severe anxiety or aspirin intoxication or metabolic acidosis. (Learn more→)

6. Listeriosis
As an effect of a certain syndrome, patients with listeriosis also experience the symptoms of the syndromes they had, among of which being infections during pregnancy, CNS infection, gastroenteritis and neonatal infection. (Learn more→)

7. Tooth
Among the common signs of tooth decay are cavities, toothache, breakage and pain in the gums. (Learn more→)

8. Worms
A person infested by worms usually has pale skin, experiences headaches and loss of appetite, doesn't have enough energy to work and sometimes incur an abnormally large abdomen. (Learn more→)

9. Headaches
This kind of headache usually wakes a child from sleep, occur with nausea during mornings, and grow worse as days pass by. Children also develop personality disorders due to the pain. (Learn more→)

10. Gum
Symptoms of gum cancer are small, tender growths that form in the gum tissue. These growths soon eat up the gum tissues resulting to deformities in the oral cavity. Other symptoms are gum swelling and pain, difficulties in eating, chewing and swallowing, and gum sores. (Learn more→)

11. Granuloma
The signs of the disease are painless nodules that have developed 10 to 40 days after the bacterial infestation. The nodules will then burst, opening oozing lesions and will continue to destroy the genital tissue until it is treated. These nodules usually develop in the penis, and labia. (Learn more→)

12. Urea
Neonatal period (Learn more→)

13. Hansen's
Among the symptoms of leprosy are the development of nodules and folds of skin that produce itchiness. Cataracts are also incurred by the patient. As the disease develops the lesions eat up the nerves, causing eventual decay of the affected areas. Loss of sensation and tenderness of the skin are also observed. (Learn more→)

14. Rapid
Early rapid gastric emptying happens during or after eating (Learn more→)

15. Dental
Dental plaque is the hardened yellowish coating on the teeth caused by the food people eat. Dental plaque contains bacteria, which can cause tooth decay. The plaque can be removed by constant oral hygiene and regular cleaning done by a dentist. (Learn more→)

16. Hartnup
Symptoms include photosensitivity, failure to thrive, nystagmus, tremor, and intermittent ataxia. Other symptoms include pellagralike skin eruptions, gross aminoaciduria, and cerebellar ataxia. Acute attacks may be caused by exposure to sunlight, poor nutrition, psychological stress, and or sulphonamide medications. (Learn more→)

17. Orthorexia
Symptoms of orthorexia nervosa may include obsession with healthy eating, emaciation, and death by starvation. Orthorexic subjects typically have specific feelings through different types of food. (Learn more→)

18. Ichthyophobia
As all phobias, ichthyophobia features irrational and excessive fear of fish - of being around fish or sometime even of eating fish. Some patients are afraid to eat fish because of fear of likely contaminants such as mercury. (Learn more→)

19. Fatty
The condition generates no symptoms alone, so most people learn they have the condition when they go through medical tests for some other reasons. Sometimes, swelling from fatty liver is associated to abuse of alcohol called alcoholic steatohepatitis. If this gets worse, one can experience weight loss, fatigue, confusion, weakness, and abdominal discomfort. (Learn more→)

20. Diaper
The symptoms characterizing diaper rash are skin symptoms, which is marked by red, puffy and tender skin in the diaper region, usually in the buttocks, genitals or thighs; and changes in your baby's disposition, where you may notice that your baby is more uncomfortable than usual especially during diaper changes, letting him or her cry or fuss when the diaper area is touched or washed. (Learn more→)

21. Arginase
A hereditary disorder, that causes high level of arginine in the blood. Death is the result for total deficiency while partial deficiency causes hyperammonemia, metabolic alkalosis, convulsions, hepatomegaly, mental retardation and failure to grow. (Learn more→)

22. Polymyalgia
Individuals may suddenly experience moderate to severe aching and stiffness in the muscles of the hips, thighs, shoulders, upper arms, and neck. They may also feel fatigue, anemia, or unintentional weight loss. Others may also feel the symptoms gradually. (Learn more→)

23. Trichotillomania
Symptoms of the disease usually begin before the age of 17. In most cases, the hair may come out in round patches or across the scalp, effecting to an uneven appearance. Others may also pluck other hairy areas. Among the other symptoms of the disorder are bare patches or all around loss of hair, bowel blockage if people eat the hair they pull out, constant tugging, pulling, or twisting of hair, denying the hair pulling, increasing sense of tension before the hair pulling, other self injury behaviors, and a sense of relief, pleasure, or gratification after the hair pulling. (Learn more→)

24. Swallowing
An individual with the condition may feel pain while swallowing, unable to swallow, choke or cough when eating, a sensation of stuck food in the throat or chest, or behind the breastbone. Infants with the condition may lack of attention during feeding or meals, have a tense body during feeding, refuse to eat foods of different textures, have an inability to coordinate breathing with eating and drinking, lose weight or gain it slowly, they also have slow growth, and frequent respiratory infections. (Learn more→)

25. Delayed
Vomiting, a feeling of fullness after eating just a few bites (early satiety) and nausea are among the signs and symptoms of gastroparesis. Vomiting usually happens when you have already eaten and your stomach is still full of undigested food and normal stomach secretions after several hours. Acids and accumulated stomach enzymes sometimes can also cause vomiting when you don't eat. (Learn more→)

26. Hymenolepiasis
It is not clear whether hymenolepiasis necessarily has any symptoms. The symptoms of hymenolepiasis are traditionally described as abdominal pain, irritability, loss of appetite (anorexia), itching around the anus, and diarrhea. However, in one study of 25 patients conducted in Peru, effective treatment of the infection made no significant difference to symptoms. Some authorities report that heavily infected cases are more probable to be symptomatic (Learn more→)

27. Binge-Eating
The primary symptom of binge-eating disorder is the regular occurrence of a "binge", an episode wherein the affected person eats huge amounts of food in one sitting. Individuals who regularly "binge" eat more food than most people under similar situations. Typically, there are no physical signs of binge-eating disorder. Some patients are overweight, while others maintain normal weight. However, there are a number of emotional and behavioral symptoms associated with binge-eating disorder, including (Learn more→)

28. Myoclonus
Myoclonic jerks may be described as erratic "jumps". These seizures typically result from a rapid muscular contraction and relaxation. Muscle contractions are known as positive myoclonus, whereas relaxations are known as negative myoclonus. In general, healthy individuals usually experience this symptom while sleeping (hypnic jerk). Hiccups, too, are a form of myoclonic jerk in the diaphragm which people normally experience. However, to a larger scale, myoclonic twitching may be indicative of other serious nervous system disorders. In epileptic patients, myoclonus can cause abnormal movements simultaneously on both sides of the body. In reflex epilepsies, myoclonic seizures can be triggered by flashing lights or abrupt environmental factors. Acute pathological cases can result in distorted movement and a severe limitation in the patient's ability to sleep, eat, talk, and walk. (Learn more→)

29. Myositis
The formation of extra-skeletal bone causes loss of mobility because the joints become affected. Patients born with myositis ossificans progressiva may have trouble opening the mouth fully, and thus are unable to speak and eat without difficulty. As the condition progresses, patients may suffer from malnutrition because of their eating difficulties. Consequently, they may also have problems breathing because extra bone forms around the rib cage and restricts normal lung expansion. Any muscle trauma (such as a fall or invasive surgery) in patients born with myositis ossificans progressiva patients may cause muscle swelling and inflammation, followed by rapid ossification in the area with injury. Such episodes may also be triggered by certain viral afflictions such as influenza. In general, people with this genetic disorder are born with big, malformed toes. The big toe abnormality is a distinguishing feature that helps identify this affliction from other bone and muscle diseases. Additionally, afflicted patients may also possess short thumbs and other visible skeletal defects. (Learn more→)

30. Ascariasis
Patients can stay asymptomatic for very long period of time. As larval phases pass through the body, they might cause visceral injury, peritonitis and swelling, growth of the liver or spleen, toxicity, and pneumonia. A heavy worm infestation might cause dietary deficit; other problems, occasionally deadly, consist of difficulty of the bowel by a bolus of worms that is practical mainly in children and difficulty of the bile or pancreatic canal. Over 796 Ascaris lumbricoides worms weighing up to 550 g [19 ounces] were recovered at autopsy from a 2-year-old South African girl. The worms had caused torsion and gangrene of the ileum that was inferred as the cause of death. Ascaris obtains most of its nutrients from the partly absorbed host food in the intestine. There is partial proof that it can also penetrate into the intestinal mucous membrane and feed on blood, although this is not its common basis of nutrition. As an effect, Ascaris disease does not create the anemia related with several other roundworm diseases. (Learn more→)

31. Gas
Belching Flatulence Bloating of the abdomen Pain and discomfort in the abdomen (Learn more→)

32. Double
The most common symptoms of DORV defects are as follows but some or each child may manifest symptoms differently. It includes fatigue, blue skin color, child seems not interested to eat, very poor gain of weight, heart murmurs, congested or heavy breathing, cyanosis, sweating, short and rapid breathing. (Learn more→)

33. Eating
People who suffer from binge eating encounter sudden urges to eat (and overeat) based on their emotions. While they eat a lot, they also tend to fast or starve themselves at random instances. (Learn more→)

34. Frey's
Symptoms of this syndrome may be redness, warmth, and/or sweating on the cheek area which is adjacent to the ear. Symptoms usually appear whenever affected persons eat, see, think of or talk of certain kinds of food resulting to strong salivation. (Learn more→)

35. Argininosuccinic
Elevated blood ammonia level Nausea/vomiting/queasiness Seizures or fits Unusual hair duct Rejection to eat Progressive exhaustion Liver is enlarged Liver fibrosis - unusual mass that is seen in the liver. delicate hair hair structure lumps Problem in eating Lowered body temperature or Hypothermia Respiratory alkalosis - caused by an increase gas exchange in the lungs related with severe anxiety or aspirin intoxication or metabolic acidosis. (Learn more→)

36. Listeriosis
As an effect of a certain syndrome, patients with listeriosis also experience the symptoms of the syndromes they had, among of which being infections during pregnancy, CNS infection, gastroenteritis and neonatal infection. (Learn more→)

37. Tooth
Among the common signs of tooth decay are cavities, toothache, breakage and pain in the gums. (Learn more→)

38. Worms
A person infested by worms usually has pale skin, experiences headaches and loss of appetite, doesn't have enough energy to work and sometimes incur an abnormally large abdomen. (Learn more→)

39. Headaches
This kind of headache usually wakes a child from sleep, occur with nausea during mornings, and grow worse as days pass by. Children also develop personality disorders due to the pain. (Learn more→)

40. Gum
Symptoms of gum cancer are small, tender growths that form in the gum tissue. These growths soon eat up the gum tissues resulting to deformities in the oral cavity. Other symptoms are gum swelling and pain, difficulties in eating, chewing and swallowing, and gum sores. (Learn more→)

41. Granuloma
The signs of the disease are painless nodules that have developed 10 to 40 days after the bacterial infestation. The nodules will then burst, opening oozing lesions and will continue to destroy the genital tissue until it is treated. These nodules usually develop in the penis, and labia. (Learn more→)

42. Urea
Neonatal period (Learn more→)

43. Hansen's
Among the symptoms of leprosy are the development of nodules and folds of skin that produce itchiness. Cataracts are also incurred by the patient. As the disease develops the lesions eat up the nerves, causing eventual decay of the affected areas. Loss of sensation and tenderness of the skin are also observed. (Learn more→)

44. Rapid
Early rapid gastric emptying happens during or after eating (Learn more→)

45. Dental
Dental plaque is the hardened yellowish coating on the teeth caused by the food people eat. Dental plaque contains bacteria, which can cause tooth decay. The plaque can be removed by constant oral hygiene and regular cleaning done by a dentist. (Learn more→)

46. Hartnup
Symptoms include photosensitivity, failure to thrive, nystagmus, tremor, and intermittent ataxia. Other symptoms include pellagralike skin eruptions, gross aminoaciduria, and cerebellar ataxia. Acute attacks may be caused by exposure to sunlight, poor nutrition, psychological stress, and or sulphonamide medications. (Learn more→)

47. Orthorexia
Symptoms of orthorexia nervosa may include obsession with healthy eating, emaciation, and death by starvation. Orthorexic subjects typically have specific feelings through different types of food. (Learn more→)

48. Ichthyophobia
As all phobias, ichthyophobia features irrational and excessive fear of fish - of being around fish or sometime even of eating fish. Some patients are afraid to eat fish because of fear of likely contaminants such as mercury. (Learn more→)

49. Fatty
The condition generates no symptoms alone, so most people learn they have the condition when they go through medical tests for some other reasons. Sometimes, swelling from fatty liver is associated to abuse of alcohol called alcoholic steatohepatitis. If this gets worse, one can experience weight loss, fatigue, confusion, weakness, and abdominal discomfort. (Learn more→)

50. Diaper
The symptoms characterizing diaper rash are skin symptoms, which is marked by red, puffy and tender skin in the diaper region, usually in the buttocks, genitals or thighs; and changes in your baby's disposition, where you may notice that your baby is more uncomfortable than usual especially during diaper changes, letting him or her cry or fuss when the diaper area is touched or washed. (Learn more→)

51. Arginase
A hereditary disorder, that causes high level of arginine in the blood. Death is the result for total deficiency while partial deficiency causes hyperammonemia, metabolic alkalosis, convulsions, hepatomegaly, mental retardation and failure to grow. (Learn more→)

52. Polymyalgia
Individuals may suddenly experience moderate to severe aching and stiffness in the muscles of the hips, thighs, shoulders, upper arms, and neck. They may also feel fatigue, anemia, or unintentional weight loss. Others may also feel the symptoms gradually. (Learn more→)

53. Trichotillomania
Symptoms of the disease usually begin before the age of 17. In most cases, the hair may come out in round patches or across the scalp, effecting to an uneven appearance. Others may also pluck other hairy areas. Among the other symptoms of the disorder are bare patches or all around loss of hair, bowel blockage if people eat the hair they pull out, constant tugging, pulling, or twisting of hair, denying the hair pulling, increasing sense of tension before the hair pulling, other self injury behaviors, and a sense of relief, pleasure, or gratification after the hair pulling. (Learn more→)

54. Swallowing
An individual with the condition may feel pain while swallowing, unable to swallow, choke or cough when eating, a sensation of stuck food in the throat or chest, or behind the breastbone. Infants with the condition may lack of attention during feeding or meals, have a tense body during feeding, refuse to eat foods of different textures, have an inability to coordinate breathing with eating and drinking, lose weight or gain it slowly, they also have slow growth, and frequent respiratory infections. (Learn more→)

55. Delayed
Vomiting, a feeling of fullness after eating just a few bites (early satiety) and nausea are among the signs and symptoms of gastroparesis. Vomiting usually happens when you have already eaten and your stomach is still full of undigested food and normal stomach secretions after several hours. Acids and accumulated stomach enzymes sometimes can also cause vomiting when you don't eat. (Learn more→)

56. Hymenolepiasis
It is not clear whether hymenolepiasis necessarily has any symptoms. The symptoms of hymenolepiasis are traditionally described as abdominal pain, irritability, loss of appetite (anorexia), itching around the anus, and diarrhea. However, in one study of 25 patients conducted in Peru, effective treatment of the infection made no significant difference to symptoms. Some authorities report that heavily infected cases are more probable to be symptomatic (Learn more→)

57. Binge-Eating
The primary symptom of binge-eating disorder is the regular occurrence of a "binge", an episode wherein the affected person eats huge amounts of food in one sitting. Individuals who regularly "binge" eat more food than most people under similar situations. Typically, there are no physical signs of binge-eating disorder. Some patients are overweight, while others maintain normal weight. However, there are a number of emotional and behavioral symptoms associated with binge-eating disorder, including (Learn more→)

58. Myoclonus
Myoclonic jerks may be described as erratic "jumps". These seizures typically result from a rapid muscular contraction and relaxation. Muscle contractions are known as positive myoclonus, whereas relaxations are known as negative myoclonus. In general, healthy individuals usually experience this symptom while sleeping (hypnic jerk). Hiccups, too, are a form of myoclonic jerk in the diaphragm which people normally experience. However, to a larger scale, myoclonic twitching may be indicative of other serious nervous system disorders. In epileptic patients, myoclonus can cause abnormal movements simultaneously on both sides of the body. In reflex epilepsies, myoclonic seizures can be triggered by flashing lights or abrupt environmental factors. Acute pathological cases can result in distorted movement and a severe limitation in the patient's ability to sleep, eat, talk, and walk. (Learn more→)

59. Myositis
The formation of extra-skeletal bone causes loss of mobility because the joints become affected. Patients born with myositis ossificans progressiva may have trouble opening the mouth fully, and thus are unable to speak and eat without difficulty. As the condition progresses, patients may suffer from malnutrition because of their eating difficulties. Consequently, they may also have problems breathing because extra bone forms around the rib cage and restricts normal lung expansion. Any muscle trauma (such as a fall or invasive surgery) in patients born with myositis ossificans progressiva patients may cause muscle swelling and inflammation, followed by rapid ossification in the area with injury. Such episodes may also be triggered by certain viral afflictions such as influenza. In general, people with this genetic disorder are born with big, malformed toes. The big toe abnormality is a distinguishing feature that helps identify this affliction from other bone and muscle diseases. Additionally, afflicted patients may also possess short thumbs and other visible skeletal defects. (Learn more→)

60. Ascariasis
Patients can stay asymptomatic for very long period of time. As larval phases pass through the body, they might cause visceral injury, peritonitis and swelling, growth of the liver or spleen, toxicity, and pneumonia. A heavy worm infestation might cause dietary deficit; other problems, occasionally deadly, consist of difficulty of the bowel by a bolus of worms that is practical mainly in children and difficulty of the bile or pancreatic canal. Over 796 Ascaris lumbricoides worms weighing up to 550 g [19 ounces] were recovered at autopsy from a 2-year-old South African girl. The worms had caused torsion and gangrene of the ileum that was inferred as the cause of death. Ascaris obtains most of its nutrients from the partly absorbed host food in the intestine. There is partial proof that it can also penetrate into the intestinal mucous membrane and feed on blood, although this is not its common basis of nutrition. As an effect, Ascaris disease does not create the anemia related with several other roundworm diseases. (Learn more→)