What is Churg Strauss Syndrome? How to manage it? What are the precautions to be taken? What are the signs and symptoms? What is the cause of this disease? How to treat it? How can homeopathy help you? All of this answered, in this post and of course our doctors always there to help you. Just fill in your details in the form down below and we will answer all your questions for FREE!
What is chrug strauss syndrome?
Churg Strauss syndrome is a rare disease which causes inflammation of the blood vessels. It occurs in the patient with a history of asthma and allergy.
Churg Strauss is marked by three stages –
Which is marked by – Asthma, allergic rhinitis (running nose, sneezing) and inflammation of the sinus.
An eosinophil is a type of white blood cell that helps your immune system to fights against certain infections. In Churg-Strauss syndrome, abnormally high numbers of these cells (hypereosinophilia) are found in your blood or tissues.
Vasculitic stage –
Is severe blood vessel inflammation (vasculitis). By narrowing blood vessels, inflammation reduces blood flow to vital organs and tissues throughout your body, including your skin, heart, peripheral nervous system, muscles, bones and digestive tract. A patient may experience – nausea, vomiting, pain, joints pain and swelling, skin rashes.
What are the causes of chrug strauss syndrome?
The exact cause is unknown. Some experts say allergies play a role. But many people with allergies never get it. Others say it’s a mix of genes. Instead of protecting you, it inclines your immune response that causes inflammation throughout your body.
What are the symptoms of Chrug strauss syndrome?
• Fever, weight loss
• A cough, shortness of breath
• Pain in chest
• Nodules formation on skin
• Enlargement of prostate gland
• Weakness and numbness
• Elevated blood pressure
What are the complications of churg strauss syndrome?
• Nerve damage
• Kidney problems
Is Churg Strauss Syndrome fatal?
Churg-Strauss syndrome can attack many organs, including your lungs, skin, gastrointestinal system, kidneys, muscles, joints and heart. If churg strauss syndrome left untreated, the disease may be fatal. Complications of churg strauss syndrome depend on the organs involved and may include: Peripheral nerve damage.
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