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The following Conditions are related toChills

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  • Agranulocytic angina

    People who have Agranulocytic angina exhibit infection-related symptoms. Agranulocytosis symptoms can emerge suddenly or gradually. Early-stage symptoms include: Chills and fever. Increased respiration and heart rate. Hypotension is a sudden drop in blood pressure that can leave you feeling dizzy or weak. A weakened and worn-out body. Gums that are bleeding and irritated, as well as a sore  Read More

  • Agranulocytosis

    The first symptoms of acquired agranulocytosis are usually those associated with a bacterial infection such as general weakness, chills, fever, and/or extreme exhaustion. Symptoms that are associated with rapidly falling white blood cell levels (granulocytopenia) may include the development of infected ulcers in the mucous membranes that line the mouth, throat, and/or intestinal tract. Some people with these ulcers may experience difficulty sw  Read More

  • Nocardiosis

    Nocardiosis is a disease caused by bacteria in soil and water. It most frequently affects those who have compromised immune systems and have trouble fighting off infections, such as cancer patients or those on specific drugs like steroids. The risk factor for nocardiosis is more in people/patients whose immunity is compromised, mainly those with defects which are cell-mediated. Examples of such diseases / immunocomprom  Read More