Skin problems can be very irritating. If regular medications don’t help, schedule a doctor’s visit, as these symptoms can be caused by hemolytic anemia, psoriasis, scleroderma, and other conditions. Allergic asthma It is suspected that asthma is related to immune system disorders. In most studies it has been proven to affect asthma when the immune system is weakened. Fatigue or hyperactivity These symptoms are most common in almost all autoimmune (self-immune) diseases and are often a major symptom. You will notice that normal things take more of your energy and suddenly eat up your energy. Or you may feel very tired when you sleep and wake up even though everything is fine. Muscle pain and weakness, stiffness, muscle aches Weak muscles and muscle pain can interfere with daily activities such as climbing stairs or carrying heavy things. These symptoms may come and go or remain constant, but they are also a sign that should not be ignored because they can be caused by autoimmunity, hepatitis, Hashimoto’s disease, psoriasis, rheumatoid arthritis, and other diseases.
Diseases such as abdominal pain, flatulence, bloating, diarrhea, constipation Digestive problems, celiac disease, ulcerative colitis, thyroid disease and others can be signs of immunodeficiency Weight gain or loss Some immune systems attack the thyroid gland. This organ regulates many metabolic processes in our body. People can gain or lose weight if they don’t start overproducing or producing enough hormones. Tremors and tingling in the hands and feet are not serious symptoms if “trembling and tingling” comes and goes and does not cause pain. If it happens more than a few times a week and you notice other symptoms, it could be a sign of more serious problems. Mild fever An unexplained fever is often ignored when there are no other symptoms. But this is one of the most difficult symptoms to treat. The problem is that fever can be the result of many diseases, and immune diseases are one of them. If you have noticed any of these symptoms, do not despair. There may be other reasons for this. But the first thing to do is to see a doctor.