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The following Conditions are related to Cramps

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  • Campylobacteriosis

    Campylobacteriosis is an infection caused by bacteria you can get from contaminated food and water. It causes diarrhea. You might also hear it called campylobacter, campylobacter infection, or campylobacteriosis gastroenteritis.  Read More

  • Colitis, collagenous

    Collagenous colitis is one type of microscopic colitis. These particular white blood cells can enter the inner wall of the colon as a result of inflammation. This particular type of colitis is uncommon and may be caused by an autoimmune disorder.Cure or medication for Collagenous colitisCollagenous colitis might heal on its own. However, you might require treatment to get better if your symptoms are sev  Read More

  • Cryptosporidiosis

    Cryptosporidiosis is a diarrheal disease caused by microscopic parasites, Cryptosporidium, that can live in the intestine of humans and animals and is passed in the stool of an infected person or animal. Both the disease and the parasite are commonly known as "Crypto." The parasite is protected by an outer shell that allows it to survive outside the body for long periods of time and makes it very resistant to chlorine-based disinfectants. Duri  Read More

  • Gastroenteritis (stomach flu)

    The stomach, small intestine and large intestine (colon) are part of your digestive tract, which processes the foods you eat. Viral gastroenteritis is an inflammation of these organs caused by a virus. Although it's commonly called stomach flu, gastroenteritis isn't the same as influenza. The flu (influenza) affects only your respiratory system — your nose, throat and lungs. Gastroenteritis, on the other hand, attacks your intest  Read More

  • Glycogen storage disease iii

    Glycogen storage disease type 3 is also known as Forbes-Cori disease. The disease is caused by mutations to the AGL gene that instruct the synthesis of glycogen debranching enzyme. Debranching is one of the initial steps of glycogenolysis that is intended to release glucose from stored glycogen during fasting. Due to the enzyme deficiency, glycogen continues to deposit in the liver, cardiac and skeletal muscles. The affected i  Read More

  • Glycogen storage disease vii

    Glycogen storage disease vii is a hereditary disorder. Most cases are found in children. It is caused due to transfer of genes from the parents. The cause of GSD is the lack of an enzyme responsible for the breakdown of glycogen.Breakdown of glycogen into glucose is necessary for providing energy to the body. The Phosphofructokinase enzyme is responsible for the breaking down of glycogen into glucose. The lack of glucose  Read More

  • Glycogenosis type vii

    Glycogenosis type vii is a disease caused due to lack of capacity to produce glucose. Due to this, the body craves for energy. There are various symptoms caused due to glycogenosis which are tiredness, nausea and vomiting. The skin gets yellowish as in jaundice and the color of urine becomes reddish-brown, also known as myoglobinuria.The symptoms of glycogenosis also include anemia. Due to anemia, there is a decrea  Read More

  • Hill diarrhea

    Hill diarrhea affects tourists and other people who drink or eat contaminated food.It is a short but uncomfortable gastrointestinal infection that frequently results in loose stools and cramping in the abdomen.The majority of the time, bacteria are to blame, however, parasites or viruses can also be to blame.When visiting nations with less stringent sanitary regulations than their own, internation  Read More

  • Salmonella typhi infection

    Possible signs and symptoms of salmonella infection include: Diarrhea Stomach (abdominal) cramps Fever Nausea Vomiting Chills Headache Blood in the stool Signs and symptoms of salmonella infection generally last a few days to a week. Diarrhea may last up to 10 days, but it may take several months before bowels return to usual stool habits.  Read More

  • Travelers' diarrhea

    The most common signs and symptoms of traveler's diarrhea are: Abrupt onset of passage of three or more looser watery stools a day An urgent need to defecate Abdominal cramps Nausea Vomiting Fever Sometimes, people experience moderate to severe dehydration, persistent vomiting, a high fever, bloody stools, or severe pain in the abdomen or rectum. If you or your ch  Read More

  • Whipple disease

    Digestive signs and symptoms are common in Whipple disease and may include: Diarrhea Stomach cramping and pain, which may worsen after meals Weight loss, associated with the malabsorption of nutrients Other frequent signs and symptoms associated with Whipple disease include: Inflamed joints, particularly the ankles, knees and wrists Fatigue Weakness  Read More