Malaise

Definition of Malaise:

A vague feeling of bodily discomfort, as at the beginning of an illness.  A general sense of depression or unease.

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Babesiosis

...the condition
“...Signs and Symptoms: The symptoms of babesiosis normally begin about a week after a tick bite with a gradual onset of malaise, anorexia and fatigue...”
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“...Fatigue, malaise and a low grade fever may persist for weeks or months after treatment has been completed...”
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Bentonite Clay

...as a treatment
“...The percent of relief indicated for the symptoms were: abdominal cramps – 80%; anorexia – 78%; malaise – 80%; headaches – 71%; nausea – 85%; and weakness – 100%...”

Brucellosis

...the condition
“...Other symptoms that are present in most cases are loss of appetite, weight loss, fatigue, weakness, excessive sweating, and malaise...”

Chronic Fatigue / Fibromyalgia Syndrome

...the condition
“...with at least four of the following symptoms: impaired memory or concentration, sore throat, lymphadenopathy, muscle pains, joint pains, new headaches, unrefreshing sleep, and post-exertion malaise...”

Chronic Myelogenous Leukemia (CML)

...the condition
“...Most patients feel fatigue and a loss of well-being (general malaise)...”

Clostridium Difficile Infection

...the condition
“...Signs and Symptoms: Bad bacteria release toxins, which lead to a variety of symptoms, including ... Malaise...”

Cold Or Flu

...the condition
“...Allergies, too, can resemble colds with their runny noses, sneezing and malaise...”

Ehrlichiosis

...the condition
“...Symptoms include ... malaise...”

Epstein-Barr Virus (EBV)

...the condition
“...Early symptoms include headache, malaise, and fatigue followed by a triad of symptoms: sore throat, cervical lymphadenopathy, and temperature fluctuations / fever...”

Folic Acid

...as a treatment
“...These included gastrointestinal symptoms, insomnia, irritability, and malaise...”

Gilbert's Syndrome

...the condition
“...Signs and Symptoms: The condition is usually asymptomatic, although some patients do complain about anorexia, malaise, and fatigue...”

Hepatitis A

...related topic
“...Symptoms, when present, are initially flu-like, with malaise, fatigue, muscle pain and chest pain on the right side lasting 3 to 10 days...”

Hepatitis B

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“...Symptoms, when present, tend to be more severe and prolonged than those for Hepatitis A: initially flu-like, with malaise, fatigue, muscle pain and chest pain on the right side...”

Hepatitis C

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“...Symptoms are almost always present, and very similar to those for Hepatitis B: initially flu-like, with malaise, fatigue, muscle pain and chest pain on the right side...”
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HIV/AIDS

...the condition
“...The most common clinical presentations in the high-risk groups or ARC patients include: chronic generalized lymphadenopathy, splenomegaly, fever, fatigue, malaise, night sweats, weight loss, anorexia, oral candidiasis, recurrent herpes infections, and diarrhea...”

Iron Deficiency Anemia

...the condition
“...Signs and Symptoms: Along with those mentioned below, symptoms often include malaise (a vague feeling of physical discomfort or uneasiness)...”

Liver Abscess

...the condition
“...Signs and Symptoms: Symptoms of liver abscess include ... General malaise...”

Liver Detoxification / Support Requirement

...the condition
“...Among the other symptoms, people with a sluggish liver may complain of depression, general malaise, headaches, digestive disturbances, allergies and chemical sensitivities, premenstrual syndrome, and constipation...”

Muscle Pains (Myalgia)

...the condition
“...Muscle pain may accompany other symptoms such as joint pain (arthralgia), fever, or general ill feeling (malaise)...”

Myelofibrosis

...the condition
“...Bone pain, difficulty breathing, abnormal/easy bleeding, easy bruising, fatigue, general malaise, weight loss, fever, night sweats, becoming pale (anemia), are also symptoms of myelofibrosis...”

Myeloproliferative Neoplasm

...the condition
“...Other signs and symptoms depend on the underlying condition and include ... Becoming tired easily; fatigue; general malaise...”

Orbital Cellulitis

...the condition
“...Signs and Symptoms ... General malaise...”

Polycythemia Vera

...the condition
“...Signs and Symptoms: The earliest symptoms frequently include ... general malaise...”

Rheumatoid Arthritis

...the condition
“...It can be accompanied by fatigue, occasional fever, and a general sense of not feeling well (malaise)...”

TMJ Problems

...the condition
“...The TMJ Association lists these symptoms because TMJ implant patients frequently report them ... flu-like symptoms such as low-grade fever, malaise and fatigue...”

Toxoplasmosis

...the condition
“...Affecting the brain, lung, heart, eyes, or liver, symptoms include ... Malaise (feeling generally unwell)...”

Vasculitis

...the condition
“...A list of symptoms based on the tissues in which vasculitis occurs include ... Systemic symptoms Fever, generally feeling bad ("malaise"), muscle and joint pain, poor appetite, weight loss and fatigue...”

Zeolites

...as a treatment
“...These patients may develop muscle aching, headache, skin rash and malaise...”
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