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Eine Grippe (Influenza) kann sehr unterschiedlich ablaufen: Milde, erkältungsähnliche Grippesymptome sind ebenso möglich wie eine schwere Erkrankung, die im Extremfall sogar tödlich enden kann.

Gerade anfangs kann man die Grippe leicht mit einer Erkältung verwechseln. Der Unterschied zwischen Influenza und Erkältung zeigt sich im Verlauf und in der Schwere der Erkrankung.

Die Grippe ist eine plötzlich auftretende, fieberhafte Viruserkrankung, die durch verschiedene Grippeviren entsteht. Da sie im Winter häufiger vorkommt, wird sie auch "saisonale Grippe" genannt.

Typischerweise tritt die Grippe zeitlich und örtlich gehäuft auf: Dann spricht man von einer Grippewelle oder Epidemie. In größeren Zeitabständen von mehreren Jahren bis Jahrzehnten breitet sich die Influenza länderübergreifend beziehungsweise weltweit aus – dies bezeichnet man als Pandemie.

Die Erkrankungs- und Sterberate schwankt bei der Influenza allerdings stark. In manchen Jahren steigt die normale Sterblichkeitsrate trotz Grippefällen gar nicht an. Doch während einer einzelnen Grippesaison können auch mehrere Tausend Menschen mehr als sonst sterben. So gab es beispielsweise durch die besonders heftige Grippewelle 2012/13 in Deutschland über 20.000 zusätzliche Todesfälle. Daher ist eine Influenza nie als harmlos anzusehen.

Typisch für die echte Grippe (Influenza): Man fühlt sich schlagartig richtig krank.

Ausgelöst wird die Grippe durch bestimmte Viren: die sogenannten Influenzaviren vom Typ A, B und C.

Der Hauptunterschied zwischen Grippe und Erkältung ("grippaler Infekt"): Bei der Grippe treten die Symptome gleichzeitig und heftiger auf:

Es kommt zu hohem Fieber über 38,5 Grad Celsius,.

. das mit Schüttelfrost einhergehen kann.

Das Fieber kann über mehrere Tage andauern und schwächt den Betroffenen.

Auch Husten zählt bei einer Grippe zu den gängigen Beschwerden.

Manche Betroffene leiden unter Halsschmerzen und Heiserkeit,.

. andere Grippepatienten klagen zudem über Kopf- und Gliederschmerzen.

Bis die Grippe ausgestanden ist, vergehen meist ein bis zwei Wochen.

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Better plans and designs while creating dams and irrigation schemes can prevent this disease from spreading among the nearby population.

Symptoms of AIDS are caused by the deterioration of the immune system and the decline of CD4+ T cells, which are the immune system's key infection fighters. As soon as HIV enters the body, it begins to destroy these cells. Some common symptoms include:

  • Diarrhea that lasts for more than a week
  • Dry cough
  • Memory loss, depression and neurological disorders
  • Pneumonia
  • Profound, unexplained fatigue
  • Rapid weight loss
  • Recurring fever or profuse night sweats
  • Red, brown, pink or purplish blotches on or under the skin or inside the mouth, nose or eyelids
  • Swollen lymph glands in the armpits, groin or neck
  • White spots or unusual blemishes on the tongue, in the mouth, or in the throat

Because people with AIDS have weakened immune systems, they're more prone to infections, called opportunistic infections. Opportunistic infections are caused by organisms that typically don't cause disease in healthy people but affect people with damaged immune systems. These organisms attack when there's an opportunity to infect.

Deterioration of the immune system is caused by the decline in CD4+ T cells, which are key infection fighters. As soon as HIV enters the body, it begins to destroy these cells.

Symptoms of opportunistic infections common with AIDS include:

  • Coma
  • Coughing and shortness of breath
  • Difficult or painful swallowing
  • Extreme fatigue
  • Fever
  • Mental symptoms such as confusion and forgetfulness
  • Nausea, abdominal cramps and vomiting
  • Seizures and lack of coordination
  • Severe, persistent diarrhea
  • Severe headaches
  • Vision loss
  • Weight loss

Many opportunistic infections associated with AIDS cause serious illness. Some may be prevented. Below is a list of infections and how they affect the body.

Cryptoccoccal Menigitis — This is a yeast-like fungus infection that usually involves the brain and lungs, although it can affect almost any organ. The fungus that causes this condition is found in soil throughout the world. It is most common in soil contaminated by bird droppings. This disease most often occurs when a person's CD4+ T cell count falls below 100 cells per cubic millimeter of blood.

HIV-related Encephalopathy — Encephalopathy is a term for diseases that alter brain function or structure, leading to problems with cognitive function, or mental processes, and memory. In people with HIV and AIDS, encephalopathy is usually caused by an infectious agent, such as a bacteria, virus or prion.

Encephalopathy most often occurs when a person's CD4+T cell count falls below 50 cells per cubic millimeter of blood. Toxoplasma-seropositive patients who have a CD4+T cell count of less than 100 cells per cubic millimeter of blood should be treated with prophylaxis to prevent developing encephalopathy.

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You should immediately consult with your General Practitioner (Family Doctor) or with a Neurologist.

While the symptoms are often benign in nature, they can also be indicators of a more serious illness such as ALS or MS. You should be tested as soon as possible.

While there are currently no known cures for BFS, and management of BFS symptoms is a subject for some debate, you should keep in contact with your Neurologist to keep abreast of any progress in the treatment of BFS.

Also, if you experience any change in the symptoms that you are experiencing, you should immediately make your Neurologist aware of these changes as they may be indicative of other underlying symptoms.

No. This is a common worry for those who have been diagnosed with BFS.

The number of people developing ALS after having been diagnosed with BFS is statistically the same as for the General Population.

As long as you have been diagnosed by a qualified Neurologist, you should have no concerns. If fact, many people suffering with BFS have reported that their symptoms increase with stress and worrying, so you are probably making your symptoms worse than they need to be by worrying about your diagnosis.

Fasciculations themselves can be present for years and not associated with a malignant condition.

However, if you start to develop new symptoms (such as weakness), and a change is your symptoms, see a Neurologist as soon as possible.

Typically, the doctor will test your reflexes, have you perform some simple strength tests, and administer an EMG. In some cases, blood tests may be ordered or a muscle tissue biopsy will be taken.

The symptoms can range in length from months to many years. In some cases, the symptoms never completely cease.

Typically the symptoms with come and go, with periods of increased twitching, separated by periods of remission where the symptoms are milder, but still present.

In some cases the periods of remission will get longer over time, with the active periods experiencing less intense symptoms.

BFS is a confirmed, diagnosable disorder. If fact, a large percentage of the people diagnosed with BFS are in the medical profession (in a study by the Mayo Clinic of 121 people diagnosed with BFS, 40 were healthcare workers).

Times of increased stress or anxiety may cause similar symptoms (i.e. twitching of the eyelid), that will go away when the stress causing antagonist is removed, however this is a common effect of stress and is not typically BFS.

Often, those who are suffering from BFS will find that their symptoms get worse during the time when they are experiencing increased levels of stress or anxiety. It has been suggested that stress partially weakens or disables the immune system, therefore allowing latent disorders or sicknesses to grow in severity. (See: What causes BFS)

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Pain that sets in right after a meal—especially a big meal—often means the stomach is overloaded and its contents have nowhere to go but up. But you may be able to prevent this without taking medication.

"I would stress not eating big, fatty meals and watching [your intake of alcohol and tobacco]," says Dr. Coyle, who is a spokesman for the American College of Gastroenterology.

And it's another reason not to recline after dining.

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Sometimes acid escaping from your stomach can make its way into the back of your throat, leaving an icky, bitter taste in your mouth. In really extreme cases, this can cause choking.

If that happens—especially at night—you should see a doctor. "I'm very aggressive with therapy if patients wake up choking," says Dr. Coyle, adding that he usually recommends acid-suppressing medications like proton pump inhibitors, H2 blockers, and antacids. (Dr. Coyle is on the Speakers Bureau for Takeda Pharmaceuticals, which markets proton pump inhibitors).

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You might think you're in the early stages of a cold when your voice starts cracking, but hoarseness can be another heartburn symptom.

If stomach acid is seeping into your esophagus it can irritate your vocal cords, says Dr. Pfanner, who is also a gastroenterologist at Scott & White, in Temple, Texas. Pay attention to when your voice sounds more husky than usual. If it's after you've eaten, you may have reflux.

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A sore throat is another classic cold or flu symptom that might actually be caused by digestive problems.

If your throat tends to ache only after meals, you may have heartburn. Unlike with a cold or the flu, however, this type of sore throat can also be chronic. If you don't develop other symptoms, such as sniffling or sneezing, consider acid reflux.

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Many respiratory symptoms, such as chronic cough and wheezing, can also be due to heartburn, likely because stomach acid is getting into your lungs.

If you suspect heartburn is at the root of your breathing difficulties—possibly because it occurs immediately after eating—you may want to talk to your doctor about getting a pH test. The test is an outpatient procedure that measures the amount of acid in your esophagus over a 24-hour period and can help determine if you have acid reflux.

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The coughing and wheezing from heartburn can get so bad they could become triggers for asthma.

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  • La grippe est une infection virale aiguë qui se propage facilement d’une personne à l’autre.
  • Les virus de la grippe saisonnière circulent dans le monde entier et peuvent toucher n’importe qui dans n’importe quel groupe d’âge.
  • Dans les climats tempérés, les épidémies saisonnières surviennent principalement au cours de l’hiver, tandis que dans les régions tropicales, la grippe peut apparaître tout au long de l’année.
  • La grippe est un problème de santé publique sérieux qui provoque des maladies graves et des décès dans les populations à haut risque.
  • Une épidémie peut également avoir des répercussions économiques par perte de productivité et solliciter énormément les services de santé.
  • La vaccination est le moyen le plus efficace de prévenir l’infection.
  • Des médicaments antiviraux sont disponibles pour le traitement.

La grippe saisonnière est une infection virale aiguë provoquée par des virus qui circulent dans le monde entier.

Il existe 4 types de grippe saisonnière, A, B, C et D. Les virus grippaux de type A et B circulent et provoquent des épidémies saisonnières de grippe.

  • Les virus grippaux de type A se subdivisent en sous-types en fonction des associations d’hémagglutinine (HA) et de neuraminidase (NA)- les protéines de surface du virus. Les sous-types des virus grippaux A (H1N1) et A (H3N2) circulent actuellement chez l’être humain. Le virus grippal circulant A (H1N1) est aussi écrit A (H1N1) pdm09 puisqu’il a été à l’origine de la pandémie de 2009 et a ensuite remplacé le virus A (H1N1) de la grippe saisonnière qui circulait avant 2009. Seuls les virus grippaux de type A ont été à l’origine de pandémies.
  • Les virus de la grippe B ne sont pas classés en sous-types mais peuvent être divisés en deux principaux groupes ou lignées, appelés les lignées B/Yamagata ou B/Victoria.
  • Le virus grippal de type C est détecté moins souvent et ne cause généralement que des infections bénignes. Ses répercussions sur la santé publique sont par conséquent de moindre importance.
  • Le virus grippal de type D touche essentiellement le bétail et n’a pas jusqu’ici provoqué d’infection ni de maladie chez l’homme.

La grippe saisonnière se caractérise par l’apparition brutale d’une forte fièvre, de toux (généralement sèche),de céphalées, de douleurs musculaires et articulaires, de malaise général, de maux de gorge et d’écoulement nasal. La toux peut être grave et durer jusqu’à 2 semaines et plus. Chez la plupart des sujets, la fièvre et autres symptômes disparaissent en l’espace d’une semaine sans avoir besoin de traitement médical. La grippe peut toutefois entraîner une maladie grave ou un décès chez les personnes à haut risque (voir ci-après).

La maladie, de bénigne à grave, peut même entraîner la mort. Les hospitalisations et les décès surviennent principalement dans les groupes à haut risque. Au niveau mondial, ces épidémies annuelles sont responsables d’environ 3 à 5 millions de cas de maladies graves, et de 290 000 à 650 000 décès liés aux maladies resposatoires.

La plupart des décès associés à la grippe dans les pays industrialisés surviennent chez les personnes âgées de 65 ans ou plus 1. Les épidémies peuvent se traduire par des niveaux élevés d’absentéisme au travail et des pertes de productivité. Les dispensaires et les hôpitaux peuvent être saturés au cours du pic de la maladie.

On ne connait pas précisément les effets des épidémies de grippe saisonnière dans les pays en développement, mais les estimations issues de la recherche indiquent que 99 % des décès d’enfants de moins de cinq ans atteints d’infection des voies respiratoires inférieures associées à la grippe surviennent dans les pays en développement 2.

Tous les groupes d’âge peuvent être concernés mais certains groupes sont plus vulnérables que d’autres.

  • Les personnes présentant le plus gros risque de maladie ou de complications graves sont: les femmes enceintes, les enfants de moins de 59 mois, les personnes âgées, les personnes souffrant d’affections chroniques (cardiopathies ou pneumopathies, maladies rénales, maladies métaboliques, troubles neurodéveloppementaux, maladies du foie ou hématologique) et les personnes souffrant d’affections immunodépressives (VIH/sida, chimiothérapie ou stéroïdes, tumeur maligne).
  • Les professionnels de santé risquent fortement d’être infectés par le virus de la grippe en raison d’une exposition accrue auprès des patients, et risquent à leur tour de contaminer, en particulier, les personnes vulnérables.

Pour ce qui est de la transmission, la grippe saisonnière se propage facilement et la transmission dans les lieux très fréquentés comme les écoles et les maisons de retraite peut être rapide. Lorsqu’une personne infectée tousse ou éternue, elle projette dans l’air des gouttelettes porteuses du virus (et de l’infection) qui peuvent atteindre jusqu’à un mètre et que vont inspirer les personnes se trouvant à proximité immédiate. Le virus peut aussi se propager par les mains contaminées. Pour prévenir la transmission, il convient de se couvrir la bouche et le nez à l’aide d’un mouchoir lorsque l’on tousse et de se laver les mains régulièrement.

Dans les climats tempérés, les épidémies saisonnières surviennent principalement au cours de l’hiver, tandis que dans les régions tropicales, la grippe peut apparaître tout au long de l’année, avec des flambées épidémiques plus irrégulières.

Le laps de temps qui s’écoule entre l’infection et la maladie, que l’on appelle période d’incubation, est d’environ deux jours mais peut être comprise entre un et quatre jours.

La plupart des cas de grippe humaine font l’objet d’un diagnostic clinique. Or, pendant les périodes de faible activité grippale et en dehors des situations d’épidémie, l’infection par d’autres virus respiratoires – rhinovirus, virus respiratoire syncytial, virus paragrippal et adénovirus – peut aussi se présenter sous la forme d’un syndrome de type grippal, ce qui rend difficile la différenciation clinique de la grippe par rapport aux autres agents pathogènes.

La collecte d’échantillons respiratoires appropriés et l’application d’un test diagnostique en laboratoire sont nécessaires pour établir un diagnostic définitif. L’adéquation de la collecte, du stockage et du transport des échantillons respiratoires est la première étape essentielle de la détection en laboratoire des infections dues au virus de la grippe.

La confirmation en laboratoire du virus de la grippe à partir de sécrétions laryngées, nasales et rhinopharyngées ou de liquides d’aspiration trachéale ou de lavages s’effectue généralement en utilisant le dépistage direct d’antigènes, en isolant le virus ou en dépistant l’ARN grippal spécifique par la réaction en chaîne de la polymérase-transcriptase inverse (RT PCR). L’OMS publie et actualise toute une série de préconisations sur les techniques de laboratoire 3.

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It’s typically those microscopic and pesky protozoa that cause the more uncomfortable symptoms like diarrhea or loose stools. This is because they release prostaglandin which is substance that causes a loss in chloride and sodium. The result is stools that are watery because the body is attempting to rid itself of the attacker.

Constipation can also be caused because some of the larger parasitic worms can lodge themselves in the intestines and cause a blockage. Over-the-counter stool softeners and a healthy diet should clear up natural bouts of constipation. You may have a parasitic worm causing a blockage if stool softeners don’t provide relief.

A common condition caused by these intestinal parasites is irritable bowel syndrome. This is a painful and uncomfortable condition that is a result of the parasite irritating the wall of the intestine and causing swelling. Many doctors have been quick to dismiss IBS as just something people must cope with. In the year 2000, researchers in England did a study that showed a significant link between the parasite giardia and irritable bowel syndrome. Ridding the body of this parasite gave great relief to the patients who had previously been diagnosed with IBS.

Since parasites don’t always stay put in the intestines, but rather move about and enter the blood stream, nervous system, and the organs, joint and muscle pain can be a symptom to look out for. This joint pain can commonly be mistaken for arthritis when in reality it is caused by inflammation due to the parasites becoming encased in a sac and existing despite our body’s best efforts to expel it.

Some parasites can cause a person to become agitated, nervous, or anxious. Researchers believe this is due to the body reacting in a way to try and rid itself of the foreign body. It’s also known that parasites release waste which can have an adverse effect on the central nervous system.

People who experience anxiety and nervousness that doesn’t improve with conventional treatments like medication or even meditation may have a parasitic infection. There have been reports of people who underwent a parasite cleanse and experienced a dramatic improvement with their anxiety symptoms.

Sleep loss can also be associated with the presence of parasites. Much like the anxiety and nervousness that can be caused by the toxins the parasites release, sleep loss occurs with the body’s attempt to deal with the parasite invasion. The liver makes valiant attempts to rid the body of the toxic waste the parasites leave behind which can cause sleep disturbances.

Another cause of sleep disturbances is associated with pinworms. These tiny white worms exit the body when the host is sleeping to deposit their eggs around the anus. This causes extreme itching and discomfort.

People, especially children, who have a parasitic infection, have also been known to grind their teeth while sleeping. This is also associated with the nervousness that can be caused by the toxins the parasite is producing in the body.

Generally, parasites can weaken your immune system. This leads to being more susceptible for infections like the common cold and flu. You may have a parasite that is compromising your immune system if you find that you chronically experience cold and flu symptoms. It’s not abnormal to come down with a cold or flu occasionally, but when it seems like you are always fighting one off, it may be caused by a parasite weakening your body’s defenses.

Skin conditions are also a common symptom of having a parasitic infection. They can be very uncomfortable, unsightly, and painful to deal with. You may think that only parasites that feed off skin cells will cause these conditions, but that isn’t quite the case. While it’s true that fungi like ringworm cause itchy, patchy skin lesions, intestinal invaders like worms and protozoa also cause irritating skin conditions.

Hives, eczema, and other rashes have all been linked to intestinal parasites. It’s not known exactly why, but one theory is that the toxins released in the blood stream affect the skin from the inside out. Skin conditions that are not caused by parasites should clear up with topical ointments or steroid treatments prescribed by doctors. If the condition doesn’t clear up with these methods then the culprit may be a parasite.

When it seems like typical treatments are not providing any relief for any of these parasitic infection symptoms, it may be time to try a parasite cleanse. If left untreated, parasites will continue to multiply and cause damage inside the body. Some can live for years and years causing painful parasite symptoms the entire time.

From its discovery until 2006, confirmed cases of Zika virus infection were rare, although cases were reported during the 60's in Africa and South-East Asia. Analysis suggested that the African and Asian strains emerged as two distinct lineages.

The first outbreak outside of Africa and Asia was documented on Yap Island in the Federal States of Micronesia, in 2007.

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    This is once again like Nazi Germany with the Jews I’m taking a religious exemption and I should not be singled out with something on my badge that says that.

    I have researched the efficacy of the influenza vaccine and it is coming up with no actual proof the vaccine is effective. In fact if you average the effectiveness based on the CDC site, it is around 41%! In our healthcare system, staff who received the vaccine feel they are exempt from ever wearing a mask…one study demonstrated a nurse, who was vaccinated, giving all of her patients the flu. It is a form of bullying. In the meantime, I was just told I need to wear my mask even at my desk without anyone around me! Arrgh!!It is all based on money.

    I know someone who at 38yrs old, works as a teacher, required to get a flu shot. Had no health issues. She died from the flu.

    Even though I think that everyone should be immunized unless they have an actual medical reason to not receive one, I think that mandatory masking for individuals not exhibiting any signs of infection is absurd. It is simply a way to shame the ignorant or unfortunate. It tells the world about your “protected health information” against your will.

    How to use this chart:

    After repertorizing for the homeopathic similimum and after locating the electromagnetic site at which that code may be detected, locate detection sites for the isonosode (equilium) codes.

    There are isonosode codes for:

    • Influenza viruses, the primary cause of the disease
    • Bacteria, the cause of secondary complications and an important cause for an unfavorable outcome.

    How to locate Flu viruses on the EDS 2000:

    • Click on Signal List
    • Click on Nosodes/Xenobiotics
    • Click on Flu list
    • Use Yes/No function to locate the correct code

    How to locate bacteria on the EDS 2000:

    • Click on Signal List
    • Click on Nosodes/Xenobiotics
    • Click on Bacteria Nosode III
    • Click on Staphylococcus Nosodes
      • Use Yes/No function to locate the correct code
    • Click on the Streptococcus Nosodes
      • Use Yes/No function to locate the correct code

    If a code is unable to be located search the entire list of virus and bacteria nosodes.

    The most common Flu codes are:

    • Type A: Influenza A virus
    • Type B: Influenza B virus
    • Type C: Influenza C virus
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    • Influenzinum vesiculosum NW

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    I haven’t heard that it causes a low WBC count but mine has been low for years. It will be interesting to see if it’s changed the next time I go to the doctor. I haven’t had anything diet in about 7 weeks.

    Congratulations. You’ve given yourself a wonderful gift. May you keep feeling better and better.

    I gave up all aspartame products back in September and lasted almost 4 months then my parents visited end of December and I was back on it!
    All was going ok til about a month ago and now I am back to an odd feeling in my ears, my allergies are worsened, my stomach is ultra sensitive, my legs ache and have weird bruises, my fingers ache, I get tingling and numbness in my hands and feet, depression and anxiety.
    This time I need to quit for good!!

    Sarah I have had swelling in the legs, headaches, ringing in the ears,aching joints, bad skin, tingling and numbness in my hands and feet, depression, anxiety at times..I hope you can stay off it, I have been off it for 3 weeks and I will never go back, it is far to frightening-I want to live a long life, I wish you the same GIVE IT UP GIRL and good luck

    4 days off the evil stuff, have not had many withdrawal symptoms just nausea, lack of appetite, trouble sleeping, lethargy and mood swings but my raynauds is gone, my joints are feeling better, the tingling in my leg has gone and a lot of the other aches and pains are disappearing!

    Hi Gwenda, your post has inspired me. I am totally addicted to diet coke and I want so badly to be able to quit and trying to prepare myself to try again. I know I am unhealthy and I know I am probably slowly killing myself. I am wondering if you were able to continue being free from the addiction and how your symptoms are now. Did the ringing in the ears stop? Thanks so much!

    I just quit aspartame because I’ve been trying to get pregnant for the last year and I’ve succeeded a few times. But, unfortunately it never lasts longer than 6 weeks. I started taking progesterone to help. But, then I remembered someone mentioning aspartame to me about five years ago and I blew off the warning. So, I looked it up and sure enough, I found it causes miscarriage and birth defects. I’m now convinced that the reason such a HUGE number of children are born with autism these days and an even larger number are diagnosed with ADHD and it’s because of aspartame, along with the rest off the artificial sweeteners. I’m including those “made from real sugar” like Splenda. I was drinking diet caffeine free Dr Pepper. So, I’m thinking maybe the withdrawal everyone’s complaining about are caffeine withdrawals. I have been drinking purely soda as my only fluid since high school at the latest. I can’t remember when I started on sodas and I can’t remember ever drinking anything but. So, since at least 1987, when I was 12. I quit caffeine in 12 days by drinking caffeine free Dr Pepper and when I’d start getting a headache, I would drink one of the caffeinated cans that are like 8 ounces, tiny. But, I haven’t had any soda in five days. No withdrawal. I miss the sharp carbonation on my throat, but my future baby is more than worth it.

    What I’m trying to find out is how long before the aspartame is out of my system? If you know that, please email me.

    Thanks for all this info. I want to see the long list of the complications of aspartame too. I’m 38 and have had tendonitis for years, along with joint pain, hair loss, major memory problems, etc.

    I just quit Diet Coke, after a friend telling me about aspartame.
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    Thirty-three of them agreed to undergo a standard skin-prick allergy test using a diluted form of their own semen. Of those, 29, or 88 percent, had a positive skin reaction indicating an auto-immune response, or allergic reaction.

    In a second study in the same journal, Waldinger’s team decided to try treating two of the volunteers with hyposensitization therapy — a well-known technique for treating allergies, also called allergen immunotherapy, which repeatedly exposes the body to small but gradually increasing amounts of the allergen over several years.

    In the POIS therapy, the men were given skin injections containing their own semen, at first in an extremely dilute form, and then in gradually less diluted forms. The study’s results showed that after one and three years respectively, the men showed a significant reduction in their POIS symptoms.

    “It’s a very slow process. It is used for all sorts of allergies and can sometimes take up to 5 years,” Waldinger said. In the light of the first results, his team have now started several more POIS patients on hyposensitization therapy.

    Schistosomiasis is a disease caused by parasites. Schistosoma is the genus of the several species of flatworms that are responsible for causing this disease. Schistosomiasis is popularly known as snail fever. Theodor Bilharz was the first to describe the cause of urinary schistosomiasis in 1851, and this disease is also called Bilharzia or Bilharziosis in many countries after him.

    This disease mostly affects the tropical countries like Africa, the Caribbean islands, and eastern part of South America, East Asia, and the Middle East. Estimation shows that about 207 million people are suffering from this disease, and about another 120 million are displaying the symptoms. Different types of Schistosomiasis are found in different areas as follows:

    Schistosoma mansoni—parts of South America and the Caribbean, Africa, and the Middle East

    Schistosoma haematobium— Africa and the Middle East

    Schistosoma japonicum— Far East. S. Mekongi and S. intercalatum are found focally in Southeast Asia and central West Africa, respectively

    Schistosomiasis is one of the most commonly picked up disease in developing countries which is acquired by swimming in such water bodies that are infested with snails, usually the biomphlaria, bulinus, or the oncomelania types, or which are the carriers of the schistosoma pathogens.

    Schistosoma mansoni (ICD-10 B65.1)— intestinal schistosomiasis

    Schistosoma intercalatum (B65.8)—intestinal schistosomiasis

    Schistosoma haematobium (B65.0)—urinary schistosomiasis

    Schistosoma japonicum (B65.2)—intestinal schistosomiasis

    Schistosoma mekongi (B65.8)—intestinal schistosomiasis

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    Übrigens: Nicht alles, was "Grippe" heißt, entsteht auch durch Grippeviren! So hat eine Magen-Darm-Grippe ebenso wenig mit der echten Influenza zu tun wie die als Sommergrippe bezeichnete Erkältungskrankheit. Und auch mit „grippaler Infekt“ ist nicht die Influenza gemeint, sondern eine Erkältung.

    Anfangs kann die Grippe (Influenza) Symptome verursachen, die an eine Erkältung denken lassen. Bei Krankheitsverlauf und -schwere besteht aber in der Regel ein großer Unterschied zwischen Grippe und Erkältung.

    Testen Sie, ob Sie eher erkältet sind oder womöglich die echte Grippe haben.

    Zudem macht sich eine beginnende Grippe durch mehrere Symptome gleichzeitig bemerkbar, während sich Erkältungszeichen typischerweise nach und nach entwickeln. Dabei sind die Grippesymptome meist auch deutlich intensiver als Erkältungssymptome.

    Typische erste Symptome für die echte Grippe sind:

    Das bei einer echten Influenza hohe Fieber erreicht Temperaturen von mehr als 39 (bis zu 41) Grad Celsius. Es kann tagelang anhalten. Darüber hinaus verursacht die Grippe oft folgende Symptome:

    Menschen mit einer Virusgrippe sind typischerweise stark geschwächt, sodass Bakterien ein leichtes Spiel haben. Darum entwickeln sie oft gleichzeitig bakterielle Infektionen (sog. Zweitinfektionen oder Superinfektionen), was die mit der Grippe verbundenen Symptome zusätzlich verstärkt. So kann es bei einer Influenza zum Beispiel zu Entzündungen des Nervensystems und zu Lungenentzündungen kommen.

    Die Grippe (Influenza) entsteht durch sogenannte Influenza- beziehungsweise Grippeviren der Typen A, B und C. Vor allem das Influenza-A- und das Influenza-B-Virus können beim Menschen zu schweren Atemwegserkrankungen führen. Das Grippevirus vom Typ C verursacht bei Erwachsenen selten und bei Kindern gelegentlich milde Erkrankungen.

    Influenza-A- und Influenza-B-Viren sind demnach die wichtigsten Auslöser der Grippe. Beide Erreger besitzen bestimmte Oberflächenmerkmale, nach denen sich ihre Klassifikation richtet.

    Grippeviren vom Typ A und B haben an ihrer Oberfläche sogenannte Spikes aus verschiedenen Eiweißen (Glykoproteine, Hämagglutinin und Neuraminidase), die unterschiedlich ausgeprägt sind und deren Kombination die Klassifizierung ermöglicht. Bisher sind 16 verschiedene Hämagglutinine (H) und neun verschiedene Neuraminidasen (N) bekannt.

    • Während man das Influenza-A-Virus in Typen und Subtypen (wie H1N1, H2N2, H3N2 oder H5N1) unterteilt,
    • unterscheidet man beim Influenza-B-Virus nur den Typ, ohne ihn weiter in Subtypen zu unterteilen.

    So ist für die Spanische Grippe ebenso wie für die Neue Grippe (sog. Schweinegrippe) beispielsweise der Influenza-A-Subtyp H1N1 verantwortlich, für die Asiatische Grippe H2N2 und für die Hongkong-Grippe H3N2.

    Durch das Influenza-A-Virus kommt es immer wieder zu größeren Ausbrüchen von Grippe. Ursache hierfür ist, dass der Erreger eine sehr veränderliche Erbanlage besitzt: Diese sogenannte genetische Variabilität befähigt das Grippevirus dazu, unsere Immunabwehr immer wieder zu überwinden.

    Dass die Erreger der Grippe eine so große genetische Variabilität aufweisen, hat zwei Ursachen: Erstens können die unterschiedlich ausgeprägten Eiweiße an der Virusoberfläche miteinander verschiedene Neukombinationen bilden (sog. Antigen-Shift), zweitens können sie auch ihre jeweilige Struktur verändern (sog. Antigen-Drift). Dies führt dazu, dass jedes Jahr eine neue Variante des Influenza-A-Virus auftaucht

    Diese neue Variante des Influenza-Virus kann auch Menschen krank machen, die im Jahr zuvor geimpft wurden oder schon eine Grippe durchgemacht haben. Darum ist jedes Jahr ein neuer Impfstoff für die Grippeimpfung nötig.

    Die Antigen-Drift beim Influenza-A-Virus ist verantwortlich für die Grippewellen (bzw. Epidemien), die in Abständen von 2 bis 3 Jahren auftreten. Hingegen verursacht der Antigen-Shift die etwa alle 10 bis 20 Jahre auftretenden Grippe-Pandemien (eine Pandemie ist eine auf große Gebiete übergreifende Grippewelle). Grippeviren der Typen B und C machen sich eher durch vereinzelte Grippefälle bemerkbar.

    Die Übertragung der Grippe kann verschiedene Ursachen haben. Die Ansteckung mit Grippeviren kann.