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Ulcerative colitis

Symptoms Include:
Diarrhoea | Blood | Mucus | Pus


The colon and rectum become inflamed in ulcerative colitis, which is a long-term disorder. It can strike at any age, but it is most common in adults between the ages of 15 and 25. If you haven’t been diagnosed with ulcerative colitis but are experiencing the symptoms listed, consult a doctor.


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Underactive thyroid (hypothyroidism)

Symptoms Include:
Tiredness | Sensitive to cold | Weight gain | Hair loss


Hypothyroidism is a condition in which your thyroid gland does not generate enough thyroid hormone. The thyroid gland is a small butterfly-shaped gland located in the front of the windpipe in the neck (trachea). An underactive thyroid can affect both men and women, however, it is more common in women than in men.


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Undescended testicles

Symptoms Include:
Reduced fertility


Undescended testicles are a common childhood condition in which a boy’s testicles do not sit in their normal scrotum position. If you discover that one or both of your child’s testicles are not in their typical position within the scrotum, consult a doctor.

Unintentional weight loss

Symptoms Include:
Weight loss


Following a stressful event, you may have sudden, considerable weight loss. It could also be a symptom of a more serious ailment. The information in this article can help you figure out what’s causing your weight loss. Do not use it to self-diagnose. Consult a doctor for a diagnosis.

Urinary catheterisation


A urinary catheter is a flexible tube that collects urine in a drainage bag after the bladder has been emptied. They can be put through the urethral catheter, which transports urine from the bladder, or through a small incision in your stomach (suprapubic catheter). In most cases, the catheter remains in the bladder.

Urinary incontinence

Symptoms Include:
Incontinent | Leaking of urine


The unintended passing of urine is known as urinary incontinence (pee). It’s a common occurrence in the UK, health trusts offer assistance and support to the public with incontinence difficulties. Seeking help might be the first step toward figuring out how to deal with the problem.


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Urinary tract infections in adults

Symptoms Include:
Tummy ache | Pain peeing | Peeing more | Need to pee


UTIs (urinary tract infections) are extremely common. Bacteria are the most common cause of urinary tract infections, which can be painful and unpleasant. However, they normally go away after a few days or can be readily treated with medication. Women are more common than males to develop urinary tract infections.

Urinary tract infections in children

Symptoms Include:
Tummy ache | Pain peeing | Peeing more | Need to pee


Urinary tract infections (UTIs) are among the most common bacterial infections seen by general practitioners. Adults are more common than children to develop urinary tract infections. They can be excruciatingly painful and inconvenient. However, they normally go away after a few days or can be readily treated with medication.

Urticaria (hives)

Symptoms Include:
Rash  | Itch


Urticaria (hives) is a rash that emerges on the skin as a raised, itchy rash. Children, as well as women in their 30s and 60s, and those with a history of allergies, are frequently impacted by the ailment. Hives rashes normally go away in a matter of minutes to days.


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Symptoms Include:
Pain | Reduced eyesight | Red eye | Light hurts


Uveitis is an inflammation of the uvea or uveal tract, the central layer of the eye. It might result in eye pain and vision problems. If you have persistent eye pain or an unusual change in your vision, see your doctor right once, especially if you’ve had uveitis before.


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Red eye | Glaucoma